World-renowned chefs Wolfgang Puck, Daniel Boulud and Dan Barber (LA ‘92) on May 3 will cook up a storm on the Hill, according to the Tufts Culinary Society.
The three chefs will host a panel discussion followed by a brunch. Admission to the panel at 11 a.m. is free and open to the public. Tickets for the brunch priced at $7 will go on sale starting April 26 at the Information Booth in the campus center.
Puck and Boulud are both Tufts parents. Boulud’s daughter Alix is the founder and adviser of the Tufts Culinary Society. Puck owns more than 15 restaurants across the world and has a line of cookbooks and commercial products. One of his restaurants, Spago Beverly Hills, received two Michelin Stars in the 2008 Los Angeles Michelin Guide.
Boulud similarly owns restaurants globally, most notably Daniel, his 3-star Michelin restaurant in New York City. Dan Barber is the chef and co-owner of Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns. He has been an active voice in the discussion on food and agricultural policy and in 2010 was involved in the World Economic Forum and TED Conference.
See here for the event flyer.