Chef Darin Leonardson

Transforming scalable, sustainable dining experiences

 

Chef Darin Leonardson

Transforming scalable, sustainable dining experiences

Imagine what the former executive chef for Google can do for you.

Google demands the best. And to lure the best employees, Google famously provides free gourmet employee cafeterias, featuring an endless supply of sustainably sourced food around the clock. A well fed engineer is a productive engineer, after all.

Chef Darin Leonardson spent four years at Google, but he wasn’t designing software. He managed more than 60 employees and ran the kitchens in 5 different buildings across Google’s campus. And as the company grew, he designed 2 off –site commercial kitchens, controlling 3 separate catering vehicles to service all locations with food.

So what do you think he can do for you?

Chef Darin, On Instagram

Creating new masterpieces, cooking for his family, doing a cooking demonstration – when you love food this much, it’s bound to show.

An outrageously good macaroni corn cake nearly stole the limelight from a juicy, jumbo pan-seared chicken breast. Imagine macaroni and cheese, mixed with corn kernels and a little pancetta, fashioned into a thick patty that is breaded and pan-fried to a golden turn. The corn cake rests on sautéed spinach; the chicken perches at the top of the heap, its crisp skin painted red with tomato coulis.

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