Jun 6, 2018
Welcome to the #CharlotteIsCreative podcast. Today’s show features hosts Tim Miner and Matt Olin speaking with Peter Reinhart, baker, autheor, educator and Chef on Assignment at Johnson and Wales University, immediately following the June 1 Creative Mornings Charlotte event at The Fillmore Charlotte, where Peter spoke about the global theme of “Craft.”
Peter Reinhart has been Chef on Assignment at Johnson & Wales for 14 years, and prior that that was a full-time instructor at the California Culinary Academy in San Francisco. Peter has authored ten books, including The Joy of Gluten-Free, Sugar-Free Baking, and Bread Revolution. He has also won the International Gourmand Award for Best Baking Book and several James Beard awards, including Book of the Year for Bread Baker’s Apprentice.
In this episode of the #CharlotteIsCreative podcast, Peter talks about his upbringing in Philadelphia and falling in love with cheesesteaks, the negative portrayal of TV chefs, whether or not you can be “born a chef”, how vital passion is and the effect of Johnson & Wales University on the Charlotte culinary scene.
Register for the next Creative Mornings Charlotte event Friday morning, July 13 at 8:30 a.m. at The Fillmore Charlotte. The featured speaker will be Bryce Laguer, owner of Basal Coffee, the recently-opened coffee shop at Laca Projects, speaking about the global theme of “Intention.” RSVPs will open at 9 a.m., Monday, July 9.
Don’t forget to use the hashtag #CharlotteIsCreative, and tweet us @CM_CLT whenever you see Charlotteans showing their creativity.