• Chris Hastings

    By Pierce Lydon

    Chef Chris Hastings started his culinary journey the way that many do; he went to culinary school. He studied at Johnson & Wales in Providence, Rhode Island before moving to Birmingham, Alabama to work as the Chef de Cuisine at Frank Stitt’s Highlands Bar...

  • Barbara Lynch

    April 2014 Regarded as one of Boston’s leading chefs and restaurateurs, Barbara Lynch fell in love with the classics and masters of cuisine at a very young age.  She had her first cooking job when she was 12 and in high school she realized she wanted to become a professional chef one day. During her...

  • Trey Foshee

    June 2014 “To make really good food, you have to be completely aware of what’s going on with the ingredients…it’s about combining them in ways that bring out the individual flavors yet allow them to bounce off each other” says Chef Trey Foshee, Executive Chef & Partner at George’s at the Cove...

  • Josiah Citrin

    Los Angeles native Josiah Citrin is a veteran of the gourmet dining industry. His family was his first introduction to the world of food and led to his decision to become a chef. He studied in Paris and returned to the United States to work under the tutelage of chefs...