Chew On This: Week 11

“A rose by any other name …” Welcome to Week 11. We opened this week’s Chew on This with a quote from The Bard because story No. 1 is all about language and words (culinary related, of course). We’ve also got a celebration of female chefs across the country, a quick and easy way toFIND OUT MORE |

March Apron Ace

If you love your Chef Works apron, use it outside of the traditional kitchen setting (makeup artist, potter, florist, baker, etc.) and would like to be an Apron Ace, email Mel Amaral speaks with an unmistakable fervor when describing her job as a hairstylist. She talks about it the way an artist deconstructs a paintingFIND OUT MORE |

Chew On This: Week 10

Welcome to Week 10! And yes, welcome to March. So begins the madness. We’ve got a diverse set of stories for you this week. Whether you’re a carnivore, a vegetarian or a vegan, there’s something for you in this week’s edition of Chew on This. We’ve also got a recap of what was hot inFIND OUT MORE |

Chef of Chef Works: Britney Jerome

Britney Jerome doesn’t have a quintessential moment or inspirational backstory that explains how she was drawn to the kitchen. It was, as she puts it, inexplicable. She began learning about cooking halfway through high school and simply never stopped. “It’s not like I grew up under the kitchen table watching an Italian grandmother make SundayFIND OUT MORE |

Chew On This: Week 9

Welcome to Week 9! Can you believe we’re almost a fifth of the way through 2018? Today, love and charity are in the air. We’ve got a fancy new way millennials are proposing marriage, two charitable stories that are worth your time and our final piece should give you something to snack on. First up,FIND OUT MORE |