In partnership with the PNC Foundation and United Way, Eat ‘n Park unit Parkhurst Dining has utilized some of its idle chefs and kitchens to fill the need to create meals for children while schools have been closed in Western Pennsylvania.
Here are some of the submissions from the business/industry foodservice community that Food Management received in response to its call for nominations of Foodservice Heroes who stepped up during the coronavirus crisis this spring.
Getting back to the soil, harvesting glorious tomatoes and cucumbers from your own backyard and simply being present in the moment are the answer to the restaurant industry’s continuing troubled times—and something meant to share—for Adam Weiss of...
A traditional feast with turkey and all the trimmings was a nice way to express thanks to a strong team for going above and beyond with ‘great spirits and a can-do attitude’ during the pandemic, serving 12,000 meals per day.
No buffets or banquets due to coronavirus cancellations and closures, but the boxed meals that had been a side offering have now become Restaurant Associates’ catering arm’s core strength and main area of innovation for the time being.