Timothy Cipriano, executive director of food services at 20,800-student New Haven Public Schools in Connecticut, wants to play baseball but would never go skydiving.
Making a difference in the life of a child.
Seeing firsthand the largest affect of the hunger problem in our country—hungry kids.
Being invited by the White House to work on Chefs Move to Schools.
Nothing crazy. We received a request when I first started to set up a large catering event and they asked us to donate everything.
I would love to be able to actually play baseball, instead of striking out at the plate! I am a competitive guy, so striking out and I do not get along.
Already did. I started eating right and working out. Lost almost 100 pounds and I feel great!
I don’t know if it is a fear, but I would never jump out of a perfectly good airplane just because I could.
My wife, for putting up with me!
A good burger, preferably grass-fed beef with local cheese on a brioche roll. Truffle fries too!
Cherry peppers stuffed with prosciutto and cheese; my kids love them too.
“Healthy” junk food. Just because it has whole grains, fiber, agave syrup and contains no high-fructose corn syrup does not mean it is healthy.
Woodchuck in Russia, horse in Switzerland and calves lungs in Austria.
Go big or go home!