Dining Services' Master-Chef Series Ends on Delicious Note
Back by popular demand, college masters and in the case of Butler College, Dean David Stirk took nurturing to a new level by selecting and serving their favorite recipes to students in the dining halls. Each Master-Chef and Dean-Chef partnered with their residential college chef in the planning and preparation of a favorite recipe.
This year's culinary creations represented a delicious mix of favorite foods:
Forbes College Master Michael Hecht and Chef Alex Trimble
Michael's Magnificent Omelets
Sunday brunch, March 11
Butler College Dean David Stirk and Chef Brad Ortega
Chicken Sorrentino and Sausage Lasagna
Tuesday, March 13
Mathey College Master Harriet Flower and Chef Michael Gattis
Tomatoes with Herbs de Provence
Monday, April 2
Wilson College Master Eduardo Cadava and Chef Brad Ortega
Lemon Chicken and Potatoes with Mixed Spring Vegetables and Saffron Pilaf
Tuesday, April 3
Rockefeller College Master Jeff Nunokawa and Chef Rick Piancone
Crispy Cornflake Chicken
Wednesday, April 4
Whitman College Master Sandra Bermann and Chef Dan Slobodien
Tuesday, April 10
Master-Chef Sandra Berman, Whitman College with her culinary creation.
Master-Chef Sandra Berman, Whitman College with Chef Dan Slobodien.
Master-Chef Sandra Berman's Greek Frittata, with onion, tomato, olive, dill and goat cheese.
Master-Chef Jeff Nunokawa, Rockefeller College and Chef Rick Piancone with Cornflake Crusted Chicken.
Master-Chef Jeff Nunokawa, Rockefeller College.
Master-Chef Harriet Flower and Chef Michael Grattis with Tomatoes topped with herbs de provence.
Master-Chef Eduardo Cadava, Wilson College, shown with his Lemon Chicken and Potatoes served with mixed spring vegetables and saffron pilaf.
Butler College Dean-Chef David Stirk shown with his culinary selection.
Sausage Lasagna with Chicken Sorrentino favorite of Dean-Chef David Stirk.
Forbes College Master-Chef Michael Hecht preparing Master Mikes Magnificent Omelets.
Forbes College Master-Chef Michael Hecht and Chef Alex Trimble.
Butler College Dean-Chef David Stirk preparing fresh pizza.