CHICAGO Sportservice division of Buffalo, N.Y.-based Delaware North Cos. —Interactive cooking, long a staple in on-site accounts at colleges, universities and businesses, is gaining traction at sports venues serviced by the “It’s a great trend—we embrace it a lot,” Mark Angeles, executive chef at Chicago’s Soldier Field, told his peers during a panel discussion that closed Delaware North’s first Food, Beverage & Catering Summit held here recently. “We have 22 separate interactive ...

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