Chantal Cooke and Tracy chat how her passion for the planet is centered around plant-based eating, how caterers can better meet the needs of vegetarians and vegans and SO much more.
Debbie Bruce with the Canadian Canadian Anaphylaxis Initiative discusses with Tracy how safety + inclusion in food service can improve the bottom line.
Joan Eisenstodt, respected industry veteran, talks with Tracy about event hotel food and beverage contracts – what’s new and what’s changed.
Tracy and Becky Kekula, an international TEDx motivational speaker and advocate for inclusion, discuss her perspective of what an inclusive dining experience means for individuals with dwarfism.
Tracy and Francine Shaw, Savvy Food Safety, discuss how to be savvy with food safety, its importance to everyone, and what are the most typic food safety violations.
Food is more than “lunchtime.” It’s an integral part of the experience. Learn how Bonni Scepkowski designs stellar meeting menus to reflect audience demographics, company culture, and the vibe of the program.
Learn how MGM Resorts and the Events Industry Council are working together to advance sustainability practices within events.
With the 26th session of the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) wrapping up this week, it is important to take time to understand the role event professionals can play in slowing the climate crisis. While many elements of the planning process should be considered, food and beverage decisions are critical.
Chef Kristina Stanley, a member of the Red Cliff Lake Superior Chippewa, honors her indigenous heritage by creating, selling and promoting the use of food that features indigenous ingredients and tribally-sourced products to produce healthy meals.
In this episode of Eating at a Meeting for Women’s History Month, Tanya Gurrieri, founder of Salthouse Catering in Charleston, SC talks with Tracy about how there is no compromising when it comes to food safety or quality no matter where we are executing an event or for whom.