Bull Outdoor Products announces new culinary brand executive
April 7, 2017,
Grilled flank steak tacos
LODI, Calif— Bull Outdoor Products Inc., announced that executive chef Amy Aberle-Rogan has been hired as its culinary brand executive and will lead culinary operations and recipe development.
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Aberle-Rogan has over 16 years of experience and has worn a variety of culinary hats including catering chef, private chef, purchasing director, sous chef and executive chef. After attending the California Culinary Academy in 2000, she completed her apprenticeship outside Florence, Italy, in the small village of Rufina. For the next seven years, Aberle-Rogan worked in various restaurants while living in Italy. Once she moved back to the States, Aberle-Rogan lived and worked in San Francisco for the next six years cooking at various Italian restaurants.
“Chef Amy has great passion for outdoor entertaining which is exactly what we at Bull look for in all our team members,” said Wade Fortin, Bull marketing manager and two-time World Burger Champion Chef.
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Aberle-Rogan will be creating recipes that will be featured on the Bull recipe website, grillingoutdoorrecipes.com, as well as teaching barbecue and grilling workshops. Her first recipe is for grilled flank steak tacos. Aberle-Rogan's recipes will focus on several aspects of outdoor cooking including: grilling, wood-fired pizza oven techniques, baking in your grill, the latest barbecue and grilling accessories, holiday grilling and barbecue, and grilling outside the box.
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