AT BAPTIST MEMORIAL HOSP.: `No-frills ingredients' can shape upscale menus

Wolson, Shelley
June 1999
FoodService Director;06/15/99, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p112
Trade Publication
Deals with the variety of food preparation done by executive chef Kelly Littlefield at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. His views on customer satisfaction; Merger agreement between Baptist Memorial and Saint Joseph Hospital; Technique of Littlefield in buying ingredients for his recipes.


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