IWD 2024: Celebrating women in hotel F&B

To celebrate International Women’s Day, we’re taking a look through past issues of Supper to spotlight the women who are paving the way in hotel F&B.

Anne-Sophie Pic

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In issue 29, Anne-Sophie Pic – the most-decorated female chef in the world with no fewer than 10 Michelin stars to her name – takes the success of her family dynasty to dizzying new heights.

Ruth Osborne

In issue 35, Ruth Osborne, Director of Hospitality at Pillar Wellbeing, discusses the brand’s all-encompassing nourishment philosophy and plans for future development.

Hélène Darroze

In issue 25, acclaimed chef Hélène Darroze pours her creativity into Provençal produce at the new Villa La Coste culinary draw.

Emma Banks

In issue 33, Emma Banks, Vice President of F&B Strategy and Development at Hilton, discusses eco-conscious consumerism, celebrating talent and culinary equity.

Nancy Silverton 

Nancy Silverton

In issue 27, US chef and restaurateur Nancy Silverton – renowned for shaping the evolution of Cal-Ital cooking on the West Coast – exports her brand of sun-drenched flavours and flawless dough globally.

Frida Ronge

In issue 29, award-winning Swedish chef Frida Ronge uses her unique blend of Nordic-Japanese cooking to champion local produce, sustainability and the way we think about seaweed.

Anna Sebastian

In issue 32, Anna Sebastian reflects on her path from bar manager to hospitality consultant, working on the F&B line-up for London’s most anticipated hotel opening of the year.

Stéphanie Le Quellec

In issue 35, two-Michelin-starred chef Stéphanie Le Quellec reflects on her path to culinary stardom, from Top Chef France to France’s top kitchens.

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