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Tuesday, April 24, 2012
12:20 PM - 1:30 PM

Focus on Food speaker series: Doug Katz, Owner and Executive Chef, Fire Food and Drink

Hathaway Brown School's Focus on Food Speaker SeriesDoug Katz, Owner and Executive Chef at Fire Food and Drink (Room C155)As owner and executive chef at Shaker Square?s renowned restaurant Fire Food and Drink, Mr. Katz has made local foods central to his menu and in the process has helped transform the businesses of several local food producers. Join Mr. Katz for an informal discussion of what it takes to bring local foods from farm to restaurant table and the impacts of his menu choices on his business and the businesses of the farms he supports. And, if you have the opportunity to eat at Fire, be sure you do. You will not be disappointed! Free to the public. Space is limited. RSVP to Torrey McMillan (tmcmillan@hb.edu) by April 18. Light lunch provided ($6.00 suggested donation).Hathaway Brown School's Focus on Food Speaker SeriesDoug Katz, Owner and Executive Chef at Fire Food and Drink (Room C155)As owner and executive chef at Shaker Square?s renowned restaurant Fire Food and Drink, Mr. Katz has made local foods central to his menu and in the process has helped transform the businesses of several local food producers. Join Mr. Katz for an informal discussion of what it takes to bring local foods from farm to restaurant table and the impacts of his menu choices on his business and the businesses of the farms he supports. And, if you have the opportunity to eat at Fire, be sure you do. You will not be disappointed! Free to the public. Space is limited. RSVP to Torrey McMillan (tmcmillan@hb.edu) by April 18. Light lunch provided ($6.00 suggested donation).

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