Gastronome

VOL1 2019

Gastronome is the official publication of the U.S. Chaîne des Rôtisseurs. The magazine provides coverage of local, regional, national and international Chaîne events as well as feature stories about members and member establishments.

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Foundation Friends. Bailli Délégué Harold Small, RTC Chef-Instructor/Seattle Maître Rôtisseur Tony Parker, CEC, and Foundation Chair John Burson. Foundation Chair, John Burson, Seattle Bailli Robert Cugini, RTC Foundation Director Carrie Shaw, RTC Dean of Culinary Arts/Director of Food Services Doug Medbury, RTC Vice President of Instruction Angel Reyna, and Bailli Délégué Harold Small. Renton Technical College culinary students. coming the lively group of gourmands. Laughter abounded as old friends met and exchanged bailliage pins before many embarked on pre-planned dine-arounds. All affili- ated with the Chaîne, the notable establishments hosting the dine-arounds included the Steelhead Diner, Copperleaf Restaurant, Eden Hill, Altura, Loulay Kitchen, Café Juanita, Petite Galerie, Aqua by El Gaucho, and the Herbfarm. Nell's Owner/Chef Philip Mihalski prepared dinner for a group at the striking high-rise home of Chargée de Presse Provincial Robin Du Brin and Chevalier Douglas Howe. Regardless of whether they chose one of these prized restaurants or dined on their own, confrères were invited back to the Fairmont for complementary dessert and cordials sponsored by the Chaîne. Enduring partygoers hailing from at least three different time zones showed up for the gathering. NATIONAL 2 0 1 9 v 1 :: G A S T R O N O M E :: 9

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