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FM On Demand with Tara Fitzpatrick: This is what healthcare dining innovation looks like with Chef Jeffrey Quasha

Morrison Healthcare’s Senior Director of Culinary Innovation gives us a behind-the-scenes look into the way healthcare dining evolves, ultimately achieving the very real power to heal patients, staff, community.


Chef Jeffrey Quasha, CEC, CCA, AAC, always has an eye on culinary trends as Morrison Healthcare’s Senior Director of Culinary Innovation, and also as the personal chef for his family, stocking the fridge with pre-made (and on-trend) meals like eggroll-in-a-bowl when he travels to different Morrison accounts to oversee the culinary innovation there.

Part of our podcast series featuring winners of the FM Healthcare Recipe Contest, we feature Quasha as a culinarian who’s really in sync with the “food as medicine” idea, which comes across in his Mediterranean Mezze Plate, a meal that illustrates some of the biggest healthcare dining trends of the moment.

We talk about why Mediterranean cuisine seems to have lasting appeal as feel-good food, Quasha’s training in Classical French cooking and why that’s still relevant, research, development and some cool upcoming projects.


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