What impacts are our kitchen appliances having on the environment and on our health?
Did you know that electric induction cooking is much more energy efficient than top-of-the-line gas range appliances, and does not create harmful carbon monoxide emissions? That’s right, cleaner indoor air and cooler temperatures while you cook!
Join us for a special end of the year event, “In Conversation with Chef. Galarza,” to learn more about sustainable cooking and answer all of your burning questions about induction cooking and kitchen electrification. Make sure you register to join our workshop on December 8th at 7 PM EST | 4 PM PST.
|Chef Christopher Galarza is an entrepreneur, author, and podcaster, and is renowned for his work in commercial kitchen electrification. As the founder and culinary sustainability consultant of Forward Dining Solutions LLC, and as the country’s foremost expert in commercial electric kitchens, Chef Galarza has not only transitioned from using natural gas to electric induction cooking for all his own personal and commercial cooking, he also consults with large commercial restaurants and consults with homeowners about the benefits of moving away from gas to electric kitchens.
Chef Chris’ Culinary journey began as a child in New Jersey. Growing up in extreme poverty Chef Chris endured homelessness, crime-filled neighborhoods and he used food as a way to escape the environment and dream of a better future. At 19 Chris made the decision to enroll in culinary school and never looked back.
Since then, Chris has earned a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Culinary Management from the International Culinary Schools at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and after graduation was accepted as one of 12 Culinary Apprentices at the prestigious Greenbrier Resort a (5 Star 5 Diamond Resort) working under a globally renowned Certified Master Chef.
Upon his return to Pittsburgh, he leveraged his culinary knowledge, work ethic, and tri-lingual abilities to rapidly rise through the ranks of the Pittsburgh culinary scene. Chef Galarza serves as the Executive Chef at Chatham University’s Eden Hall campus, the world’s first fully self-sustained university campus. While there he has constructed one of the country’s first all-electric commercial kitchens.