Matthew Biette, director of dining services at 2,400-student Middlebury College in Vermont, wants superpowers, can’t resist hot dogs and had to wait for someone to die for a catering event.
I get to work in the food industry and have a family with time to spend with them.
When I am stuck at the desk.
Raising two great children.
We catered a funeral reception and were trying to time it around the person’s death. It was kind of strange, waiting for a death for business to happen.
Superpowers! Wouldn’t it be cool to be able to get places quickly and avoid flight delays?
That my reoccurring dream of not finishing college is true.
My dad. He’s still going strong at 82.
One favorite is too hard, but the meal should consist of great cheese, pâté, wine, fresh vegetables and be enjoyed with family and friends.
A hot dog—not the all-beef kind—natural casing with a variety of “meat” in them.
Something frozen from the garden—could be herbs or vegetables. Or maple syrup.
Up with the sun—it makes a certain noise when it rises. I’m up at 4:30 on a summer morning.