I want Rhubarb to be where the important stuff happens. Congratulating your third grader on a great report card. Proposing to your sweetheart. Stopping with the kids after soccer for a meal together when you just don’t want to cook. Treating your old friends visiting from out-of-town to a meal when you simply want to catch up. Celebrating your parents on their 40th wedding anniversary.
Sharing food is transformative. I have experienced it throughout my life with family and friends and strangers. As a chef, I have witnessed how sharing a meal can reveal insights and discovery – often unexpected – about who we are and why we do what we do. These experiences deepen the connections between us, connections that ultimately elevate our lives.