When Tragedy Gives You Perspective

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After an immeasurable loss, Dubuque G&CC’s Executive Chef Chad Myers is more dedicated to his craft and his family than ever before. True tragedy gives you perspective in the harshest ways. On June 8, 2018, my nephew and Godson, Gavin Myers, was killed by a drunk driver in Loveland, Colorado. He was on his way […]

Our Biggest Event of the Year By The Numbers

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The volume of food San Antonio CC prepares to celebrate Fiesta San Antonio is staggering—and inspiring. Many of the events we celebrate here at San Antonio Country Club are incredible and merit their own time in the spotlight. But there is that one annual event that challenges all the clubs in this region, including ours. […]


Drew Tait

Putting an Eye Toward Our Future

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With plans for a huge kitchen renovation in the coming years, Kelly Greens G&CC’s Executive Chef Drew Tait is careful to not grow stagnant while waiting on improvements. Instead, he and his team are evolving and improving with new outdoor dining plans and a culinary garden. As I enter my second year at Kelly Greens Golf […]


How My Instagram Posts Impact Our F&B Operation

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Social media has had a huge impact on Grosse Pointe Yacht Club’s F&B operation since Executive Chef Colby Newman came on board and started posting pictures of his food. With only 650 followers on Instagram, I’m far from “instafamous.” But creating an account several years ago where I post only pictures of my food has […]


How Our Chef’s Table Satisfies the Majority

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Lawrence McFadden, CMC, General Manager of The Union Club of Cleveland, was able to replace the club’s food-and-beverage committee with a weekly chef’s community table. Here’s how. The menu needs of private clubs are varied and vast. Picture a family sitting down to dine together at their club. The grandfather orders liver and onions, while […]


What a Dream Job Really Looks Like

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Glenmoor CC’s Executive Chef Penelope Wong wears a lot of hats and takes on an immense amount of pressure—but the small successes are what keep her coming back for more. Too many conversations these days center around the lack of bodies to hire, the dwindling quality of today’s labor force, and the need for skilled […]