Peru: A Culinary Paradise

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As the Executive Chef of San Antonio Country Club, Nelson Millán stays fresh by traveling to new places and experiencing new cuisines. Editor’s Note: At the 2017 Chef to Chef Conference in Atlanta, March 5-7, Nelson Millán, Executive Chef, San Antonio Country Club, San Antonio, Texas will present a session called “World of Flavors: Bringing […]

How Do I Strike the Right Balance of Modern and Traditional?

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Chad Myers, Executive Chef of Dubuque (Iowa) Golf & Country Club, struggles with finding the right balance between traditional comfort foods and more modern, artistic dishes. Dubuque Golf & Country Club has deep roots in tradition. And so I have conversations with members and long-time staff all the time about being more traditional with menus. […]


When You Build Your Network You Become a Better Chef

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Penelope Wong, Executive Chef of Glenmoor Country Club (Cherry Hills Village, Colo.), believes thinking outside the box is crucial to club food and beverage operations, especially in the new year. Happy New Year. For me, those three words trigger not only a period of reflection but an sense of hope for what the New Year […]


My Big List of Goals for 2017

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Colby Newman, Amarillo CC’s Executive Chef, has big plans to elevates his club’s dining operation throughout the new year. I became the Executive Chef of the Amarillo (Texas) Country Club in October 2014, just a little over a month before the busiest time of the year started. Transitioning from a restaurant to a much larger […]


Managing Chef Stress During the Holidays

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For Elena Clement, Executive Pastry Chef of Chevy Chase (Md.) Club, prep lists and self-care are critical to success. Christmas is behind us. And New Year’s Eve is fast approaching. We’re all super busy, working crazy hours. So how do you keep your head on straight? With so many parties over the past few months, […]