Welcome to the culinary experience at Hyatt
At Hyatt your culinary experience is much more than preparing our guests a meal, you'll play a part in making their taste buds rejoice. This site is designed to share the culinary experience at Hyatt. Read current news articles about our culinary efforts, view video testimonials from our staff and if you like what you see get your own culinary experience started at Hyatt by applying for jobs near you.
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Jeff Samoska credits his position in life today, at least in part, to the advice of his grandfather, Loyd Gaines, at mealtime in his formative years in Dexter.
"He always made me eat at least half of any item that was put on my plate," Samoska said during a recent visit to his hometown.
It may sound like a culinary fairy tale: A 14-year-old kid gets his first glimpse of the restaurant world when his mom asks him to help make salads for a New Year's Eve buffet. Flash-forward about 20 years, and the kid has transformed himself into the executive chef of a restaurant that serves three meals a day, 365 days a year, and has earned a star in the Michelin Guide.
By Barbara DeLollis, USA TODAY It's becoming almost impossible to get a junk-food fix at many major hotels, as they steadily give their restaurant menus Whole Foods-style makeovers. Thursday, Hyatt Hotels & Resorts will unveil possibly the broadest ...
Katzie Guy-Hamilton at New York Central (Grand Hyatt New York) featured in this article.
PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad - Hyatt Regency Trinidad’s Chef de Partie Pastry Kendell Mulzac, was recently awarded the gold medal and the title of "Pastry Chef of the Year 2012" after competing in a culinary competition organized by the Trinidad Hotels Restaurants and Tourism Association (THRTA).
The exciting news: Meg has been nominated for FOOD & WINE magazine's first ever The People's Best New Pastry Chef award! The new honor is an expansion of the Best New Chef award FOOD & WINE has given to the country's most promising cooks for the past 24 years.
If you notice an abnormal amount of activity around the Hyatt New Orleans this weekend, it will be due to these two reasons: 1) There are roughly 2 jillion sports fans in town to watch the Saintsand/or BCS Championship, and 2) Borgne is coming to life inside the hotel.
The Christmas dinner you slaved over is finally over. But chances are your refrigerator is filled with lots of leftovers. Don't let them spoil. Chef Ryan of the NoMi Kitchen at the Park Hyatt Chicago is in our kitchen to show us some interesting and creative ways to reuse all that leftover food.
The Hyatt Regency Calgary put this together for their clients holiday gift. All of the associates came together and shared their family favorite recipes to create a cook book “from our kitchen to yours”.
They chose to go with a digital cook book in order to be eco-friendly.
When Anthony Blakely put lamb shanks on a flat-top grill in the kitchen at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay last week, the sizzling sound and enticing aroma instantly brought back visions of his past work as a chef.
Have you realized that you don’t want to deal with the stress and hassle that comes along with cooking a huge Thanksgiving dinner? Well maybe, you might want to invite the in-laws to dine with you at the Blue Duck Tavern the Park Hyatt.
Six years and $275 million later, the Hyatt Regency New Orleans is set to reopen on October 19. The Hyatt is aiming to get a piece of the convention business too small to fit in the massive convention center, but they’re also looking to make a dent in the city’s fiercely competitive culinary scene. Here’s a look at some of the more innovative food services the hotel will be rolling out at the Grand Opening.
On October 1, renowned American Indian chefs Lois Ellen Frank and Walter Whitewater (Navajo) joined four of Guam’s premier chefs on the island in the Pacific Ocean to prepare a gala dinner, “Eat Your Heritage Tour.”
Go. Eat. Leave.
That’s the three-step process used by restaurant and banquet guests at the Hyatt Downtown, but it doesn’t address what happens behind the scenes to make that possible.
One hundred chefs. This culinary invasion promises to be a game-changer. The Hyatt Regency, which opened in Chennai this week, takes food seriously. Seriously enough to start out full-throttle with four restaurants, a bar and a deli.
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Dinner with oven in background.
Chef making pizza.
Chef creating the Hyatt touch.
Kushiage counter with chef.
Table du Chef
Tables all ready and set.
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