Louis DiBiccari

  BIO Louis DiBiccari is a chef, restaurant owner, and innovator in the City of Boston. After 15 years of experience working in some of the top Boston restaurants under award-winning chefs, Louis opened Tavern Road in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood in 2013.  In 2003, Louis founded Boston’s first ever underground and interactive dining experience, known as […]

Robert Egger

BIO Robert Egger is the Founder and President of the DC Central Kitchen, the country’s first “community kitchen”, where food donated by hospitality businesses and farms is used to fuel a nationally recognized culinary arts job-training program. Since opening in 1989, the Kitchen has produced over 23 million meals and helped 800 men and women […]

Irene Li

BIO Irene Li co-owns and operates the Boston-based food truck, restaurant and shipping container enterprise collectively known as the Mei Mei Group. Founded with her two older siblings, their award-winning food businesses merge modern techniques and genre-bending creativity with sustainable practices and tech-savvy communications. Their work has been featured by Food & Wine, Eater Boston […]

Andrew Zimmern

BIO Andrew Zimmern is a James Beard Award-winning TV personality, chef, food writer, teacher and is regarded as one of the most versatile and knowledgeable personalities in the food world. As the co-creator, host and consulting producer of Travel Channel’s hit series, Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern and Andrew Zimmern’s Bizarre World, he travels the world, […]

Andy Youniss

BIO Andy Youniss co-founded Rocket Software in 1990 and continues to guide the company’s growth through strategic technology investments, acquisitions, and partnerships, including actively managing Rocket’s long-standing relationship with IBM. A software engineer by trade, Andy understands the importance of building software that matters. He is also a guitarist and pianist, and has given talks on the connections and meaningful […]

Rob Lucente

BIO Rob Lucente is the Co-Owner of Peak Organic Brewing Co. Peak Organic Brewing Co. was formed by lifelong friends coming together to make spectacular beer, highlighting USDA-certified organic ingredients, and supporting small family-owned farms in the process. Rob is husband to Rebecca and Dad to two great kids. What compelled you to get involved […]

Jonathan Bloom

BIO Jonathan Bloom is a journalist and blogger who created WastedFood.com. His book on food waste, American Wasteland, will be published in October by Da Capo Press. He lives in Durham, North Carolina with his wife, son, dog, composting worms and many, many containers for leftovers. Jonathan and Ashley both grew up in Wellesley, but […]

Joanne Chang

BIO An honors graduate of Harvard College with a degree in Applied Mathematics and Economics, Joanne left a career as a management consultant to enter the world of professional cooking. She started as garde-manger cook at Boston’s renowned Biba restaurant, worked for a year assisting the owner/head-baker of Bentonwood Bakery in Newton, and in 1995 […]

Christopher Myers

BIO A life that has included stints as an actor, a Harvard doctoral student, a house painter (Ava Gardner’s bedroom being the crowning achievement of that era), NYC cabbie, and a crisis counselor, coalesced nicely into a job in restaurant management and development in 1987.  Working on a dissertation, apparently retired from restaurant life, Myers […]

Jamie Bissonnette

Q&A Q: What made you interested in Lovin’ Spoonfuls? A: Initially I was introduced to Lovin’ Spoonfuls through Patrick Macguire, of www.servernotservant.com.  After taking with Ashley I was hooked.  Her passion is motivating. Q: What was your reaction to the amount of food wasted each year, food that could feed millions of hungry people? How […]

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