Harvard brings in "Top Chef"
Jody Adams cooked for students as part of dining services's Women in Food series.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—Students had the chance to taste Italian cuisine based on the recipes of an award-winning chef at dinner on Friday.
As a part of the Harvard University Dining Services’ series Women in Food, intended to expose students to food created by famous female chefs, all 13 dining halls featured dishes from Jody Adams, owner of the restaurant Rialto located in the Charles Hotel in Harvard Square.
Adams received the James Beard Foundation award for The Perrier-Jouet Best Chef in 1997 and appeared as a competitor on the television series Top Chef Masters in 2009.