Aquarium chef forges friendships and
spreads sustainability at a Tres Pinos
farm and around the world
Chef Matt Beaudin of the Monterey Bay Aquarium
PHOTOGRAPHY BY AMANDA PARGH
For the past few months, Matt Beaudin has been playing a guessing game called “Are They or Aren’t They?”
Beaudin, executive chef for the Monterey Bay Aquarium, has been trying to figure out if his three female sheep—shy, shaggy, prehistoriclooking creatures called Jacob sheep, thought to be the first domesticated breed—are pregnant.
It’s not an easy ...
Wednesday, March 22nd 2017, 9:55 pm MDT
Sustainability advocates from around the world, working up and down the supply chain, drive progress through leadership, innovation, vision and an activist spirit
Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 20, 2017
SeaWeb today announced 16 finalists for the 2017 Seafood Champion Awards who have demonstrated brilliance and tenacity in working across borders, language barriers and industries to change our relationship with the sea. From fish cops in East Africa to the creator of easily replicated 3-D ocean ...
The Oakland Zoo has selected Service Systems Associates to provide retail and culinary guest services at the zoo.
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“Our visitors deserve the highest standard of quality, and I have absolute confidence in SSA’s ability to deliver that standard.” – Dr. Joel Parrott, Oakland Zoo President & CEO
Oakland Zoo has partnered with Denver-based Service Systems Associates (SSA), a national leader in culinary and retail management in cultural attractions. The company was selected to operate the culinary ...
As of January 21, everything from bread to chicken tenders is homemade, but just wait for the barbecue pit.
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There are two different mac ‘n’ cheese recipes prepared onsite. A stovetop mac with Velveeta at Twiga Café will satisfy kids, but this baked version at Cypress Circle is tangy with cheddar and crisped on top with crumbs from homemade bread.
Image: Alice Levitt
LAST FEBRUARY, WE WROTE ABOUT the