26 Feb 2016

Chef Eric Inscho - Area Manager

Chef Eric Inscho - Area Manager

An artist by nature, Chef Eric Inscho satisfies his creative yearnings by creating culinary masterpieces. While he formally went to school for illustration, the culinary world is second nature to him. “I’ve worked in restaurants since I was about sixteen,” he details. When he was a kid, both of his parents went back to school. So, Chef Eric was left to his own devices to experiment in the kitchen, cooking for himself.

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22 Feb 2016

Fall 2015 Street Food Challenge

Fall 2015 Street Food Challenge

This past fall, we challenged our chefs to create the best street food they could and opened up voting to the public to pick the best dish. Congratulations and thank you to all of the chefs who participated!

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16 Feb 2016

Chef John Cagle - Regional Director

Chef John Cagle - Regional Director

The series of events that lead John Cagle to become a chef are certainly unexpected. But, he discovered his passion for cooking in a romantic, fit for a Hollywood movie location, France. He grew up in a very small town in Central Illinois and continued his education at Eastern Illinois University, also located in Central Illinois, graduating with English and French degrees. After college, he accepted an assistantship to teach in France, where he lived for the next four years. The exposure to various foods in France was unlike anything he had experienced before. This inspired him to move back to the states and pursue a culinary degree at The Cooking and Hospitality Institute of Chicago.

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12 Feb 2016

Chef Logan Richmond - Area Manager

Chef Logan Richmond - Area Manager

In the world of fraternities & sororities, when you think of “college kid” food, what typically comes to mind? Something like hot dogs? Maybe corndogs? Chef Logan does just that!  But he does it the right way and with a twist!

“What?!” you say, “where’s the ridiculously good food College Chefs promotes?” Exactly. Chef Logan is known for his fantastically reimagined corndogs, like a lobster corndog with green chili, made from scratch of course. He even credits gourmet hotdogs as one of “the next big things.”  Chef Logan bolsters College Chefs mission of creating killer and familiar food with a twist -- catering to the tastes of the fraternity men and sorority women.
As a trained Chef and Area Manager, he helps support College Chefs clients and chefs nationwide. 

 

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5 Feb 2016

Meet Chef Eric Pebley - Alpha Chi Omega at Washington State University

Meet Chef Eric Pebley - Alpha Chi Omega at Washington State University

Chef Eric discovered his love of cooking very early when he was about six years old baking cookies with his mom. Still, he never dreamed he would become a chef, especially be cause he was “the pickiest eater” until he was about eighteen years old. Life has a funny way of always working out, today he is passionate about his career and the women of the Alpha Chi Omega at Washington State are a direct beneficiary.

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29 Jan 2016

Meet Chef Arnaldo Posadas - Alpha Delta Pi at Illinois

Meet Chef Arnaldo Posadas - Alpha Delta Pi at Illinois

Chef Arnaldo has been cooking for as long as he can remember. “I would see [chefs] cut so fast and think: How can I do that without cutting a finger?! This is amazing! How do you do this?” he says, explaining his childhood thoughts. His exposure to the food industry began at about twelve years old when he began selling sweet tapioca drinks in the Philippines. He moved to America in his early teenage years and later finished his vocational schooling in Chicago, Illinois. He furthered his graduate education at the CIA. No, not that CIA, the Culinary Institute of America, at least that what he told us.


 

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18 Jan 2016

Meet Chef Jason Buchannan - Tri Sigma Sorority at Western Illinois

Meet Chef Jason Buchannan - Tri Sigma Sorority at Western Illinois

We would like to introduce you to Chef Jason Buchannan! Jason is a four year veteran with College Chefs and a living legend within the Sigma Sigma Sigma chapter at Western Illinois University. He has been a pinnacle of reliability for the sorority and for College Chefs.  He has helped the company pursue it's goal of providing ridiculously good food to fraternities & sororities -- and in turn has been able to pursue his own passions in life.

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13 Jan 2016

Meet Chef Brian Dulany - Chef for the Men of Fiji Fraternity at Mizzou

Meet Chef Brian Dulany - Chef for the Men of Fiji Fraternity at Mizzou

It seems unlikely that a self proclaimed music-geek would make a career as a chef. But, for the guys at Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) fraternity at Mizzou, Chef Brian is a match made in heaven. His taste in food is as varied as his taste in music. He enjoys trying new things. This sense of culinary adventure is apparent in the food he serves, like duck burgers, for example. Allowing young men to expand their horizons and try new things is a major passion of Brian’s.

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6 Jan 2016

Meet Chef Eichele Shafer - Alpha Delta Pi sorority at Texas A&M

Meet Chef Eichele Shafer - Alpha Delta Pi sorority at Texas A&M

Growing up on a dairy farm in Waller, a small town in big Texas, Chef Eichele knows first hand what life is like as a farm kid. “I have memories on the farm with my brother unloading bags of feed that were the size of us!” Her grandpa sold milk to Bluebell Ice Cream company and her grandma cooked all the time and cooked well. Growing up watching her grandmother and her mom cook inspired her. This inspiration lead her to the College of Culinary Arts at Johnson and Wales University in Denver. The university opened up the potential she had within herself.  Now the Chef for the women at the Alpha Delta Pi sorority at Texas A&M, Chef Eichele has found a great avenue to please her customers and satisfy her own passion for food.
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31 Dec 2015

Fraternity Food Done Right  -  College Chefs CookBook  -  Homemade Corn Dogs!

Fraternity Food Done Right - College Chefs CookBook - Homemade Corn Dogs!

Chef Tiffany and her team prepared these ridiculously good from-scratch corndogs for the men of Kappa Alpha Order fraternity at the University of Florida.  These came out of the College Chefs' cookbook written by Chef Scott Bachman.  
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