UMass chefs Anthony Jung, Robert Bankert, Taylor Whitmore and pastry chef Simon Stevenson win the gold.
The Taste of the World Chef Conference, UMass’ yearly gathering of top culinarians in university dining from all over the country (and Canada), culminates with the cooking competition. For the fourth year in a row, UMass Dining took the gold, with head judge Nobel Masi praising the craftsmanship on the plates and the “clean, nice balance of flavor.” Related Not Your Grandma’s Veggie Burger Whole Grains for the Whole Menu The winning four-course meal consisted ...
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