There have been strong reactions to the subject of a Board’s involvement (although many choose to substitute “interference”) with club management.
Innovative presentations in an inviting environment provided a one-of-a-kind experience at C&RB’s Ninth Annual Chef to Chef Conference.
The property in Lake Wales, Fla., which is listed on the National Historic Register, has prepared “Mountain Lake: The Formative History and Enduring Nature of the Colony” as part of its centennial celebration. Individuals involved with the property’s development who are featured in the book include famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. and publishing magnate Edward W. Bok.
Food demos and presentations by a slate of chefs at the top of the club industry started the first full day of sessions on March 6, with the ever-popular Chef to Chef Live held in the afternoon. Todd Walline, CEC, CCA, of Blue Hills Country Club in Kansas City, Mo., won the Mystery Basket competition held in the evening, with a Vitamix blender as the prize.
The 2016 honorees through the prestigious awards co-sponsored by Club & Resort Business and the McMahon Group include Brett Morris of The Polo Club of Boca Raton (Fla.); Raymond Kondziela of The Ivanhoe Club in Mundelein, Ill.; Joseph Furlow of the Academy of Magical Arts in Hollywood, Calif.; and Charles C. Johnson of the Detroit Athletic Club. The winners will be recognized at an Awards Dinner held at Interlachen Country Club in Winter Park, Fla., on February 9.
The Chef to Chef Conference is the ideal venue for your chef to gather a season’s worth of ideas in one place, at one time.