Talking restaurant careers with the Trumps

19-year-old Johnny Brummit visited the White House as living proof the hospitality industry abounds in opportunity.


Chefs' organization updates its apprenticeship program

The ACF is adding online instruction to counter geographic challenges to apprenticing. The move promises to draw more aspiring back-of-house professionals.

The celebrity chef and TV star will assume operational responsibility, freeing Steve Ells to concentrate on his first brainchild, Chipotle.

Prudhomme’s 58-year career in the food industry, cut short last week by his death at age 75, changed the American palate and indelibly stamped menus. Here’s, in timeline form, is how it happened.

While the James Beard Foundation Awards typically highlight the best of the best from major food cities around the country, this year’s list of winners read a little differently on the map.

A routine reporting assignment turned into an extraordinary discussion of what the chef saw as the future of the industry—and his life in it.

The killer combo of higher volumes and better margins is luring artistes in whites to bring their culinary skill to the limited-service sector. And that doesn’t mean more burgers.

While not for all, the design can help build connections and provide entertainment—extra incentive to get guests in the door.

No one has ever quit, claims this casual chain—and that includes Not Your Average Joe's tenacious founder Steve Silverstein.

Restaurant menus will be shaped to a marked degree next year by kitchens’ efforts to control food costs, influencing but not supplanting culinary trends.

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