Scott Keats is making it his business to create a legacy.The director of culinary development for Philadelphia-based contractor Aramark Corp. says it is his duty, in addition to keeping the company on trend in terms of its food offerings and future concepts, to teach and mentor those chefs who work alongside him at the company.The 20-plus-year industry veteran says communication and face time with the other Aramark chefs is integral to his and the company’s success — that and adaptability ...
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