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Chef Of The Month: Bryan Trudel

Chef Of The Month: Bryan TrudelBryan joined NEXDINE ten short months ago as a Regional Culinary Director after 23 years in the hospitality industry. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, he has spent about half of his career in the corporate dining world, the other half in fine dining restaurants and country clubs.Bryan

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Rob DeReamer

Chef Of The Month: Rob DeReamerRob has been cooking professionally for over 18 years. His love of food began at a young age while helping his mother and grandmother bake holiday cookies and watching numerous cooking shows with his father. That love of food led him to pursue his career path at Johnson & Wales.⁠⁠Rob

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Kalet Garcia

Chef Of The Month: Kalet A. GarciaKalet has been working in the food service industry for over 20 years. His career started with the Hilton family, Cruises, and Big Caterings. Kalet attended the Institute of Banca & Comercio in Caguas, Puerto Rico, and is currently a member of the ACF Chapter in CT. He refined

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Ana Young

Ana Young, Chef Of The Month!Ana has been cooking and learning about food since she was a young child watching her mother, aunts, and uncles make unique ethnic foods from their homeland in Europe. Ana worked hard to get her certifications and fulfill her dreams of being a chef. Now she can share her love

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Boston Food Bank Volunteer Event

Volunteering At The Greater Boston Food Bank Our Guiding Principle, Be thoughtful and Kind, guides our Colleagues in every decision they make, inside and outside our office doors. Our NEXDINE Foundation Helping Hands Committee organized a volunteering event at the Greater Boston Food Bank. Together they sorted 10,080 pounds of food during our volunteer session. Our

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James Capone

Chef Of The Month: James Capone!  James has been working as a chef for over ten years. He graduated from Drexel University in Philadelphia and worked under some of Philadelphia’s best chefs. Now, James is happy to bring that experience to his guests. James strives to use the freshest and most seasonal ingredients.

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International Workers Day

May 1st, or May Day, is International Workers Day This day is meant to celebrate 100+ years of the labor movement and its effort to improve workers’ conditions across the globe. Around the mid-late 1800s, with the growth of the Industrial Revolution, movements across the world advocated for an 8–10-hour workday versus the 10–16-hour workdays

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Brian Moran

Meet Our Chef Of The Month, Brian Moran!Brian has been working in the foodservice industry for over 15 years now. He attended the Institute of Culinary Education in New York City. Brian’s passion is food and he strives to make everything he can, in-house. From bagels to focaccia, hot sauce to kimchi they make it

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April Is Stress Awareness Month

At the NEXDINE corporate support office, we had the opportunity with Rock the Bike to use the smoothie bike one morning and blended our very own smoothies! We combined a quick exercise routine with a nutritious breakfast, and it set the tone for a productive, energizing day!April is Stress Awareness Month!Learning to manage stress and identifying healthy

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Ana Young Receives the 2022 Vocational Partner Award

Ana Young Receives the 2022 Vocational Partner Award.NEXDINE is proud to congratulate Ana Young for receiving the 2022 Vocational Partner Award. Each year on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving The Crossroads School celebrates Giving Tuesday. This is their way to say thank you and give back to those who help them. For the past seven years at this event they

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National American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month

National American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage MonthWe’re celebrating our diversity and the colleagues who add unique perspectives and experiences to our rich culture. In honor of National American Indian & Alaska Native Heritage Month, we are proud to introduce one of our amazing colleagues, Conrad R Olin, Chef Manager and Alaska Native.Conrad Olin, Koyokon Athabaskan Indian, is

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$50,000 For Charity!

We Raised $50,000 At Our NEXDINE Foundation Charity Golf TournamentOur Annual Golf Tournament is our main fundraiser. This year we raised $50,000 to support the Pediatric Advanced Care Team (PACT), a nationally recognized palliative care service. We also raised $5,000 to support the Suffolk University’s food pantry, which helps students who experience food insecurity.

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10th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

10th Annual Charity Golf TournamentWe are pleased to announce the NEXDINE Foundation’s Annual Charity Golf Tournament, the organization’s main fundraiser is scheduled for October 4th. Proceeds support the Pediatric Advanced Care Team (PACT), a nationally recognized palliative care service. To learn more about how to become a sponsor, visit NexdineFoundation.com.

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Justin Drew at SHFM

Colleague Spotlight! Our very own Justin Drew is making a difference, volunteering to help fight food insecurity.Hi! My name is Justin Drew, Vice President, Business Development with NEXDINE HOSPITALITY, and I volunteer at Philabundance in my local community. It’s extremely rewarding to support an incredible organization with local roots that are trying to help families