David Katz Trading His Apron For a Sales Gig; Named Chef Chair For Taste of the Nation

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If you wondered what David Katz was up to next, it looks as if hes calling it quits, as far as being a chef and restaurateur goes. Since pulling the plug on his well received restaurant Mémé, the chefs kept himself busy consulting at the seasonal riverfront spot Moragns Pier, and later at his good friend Terence Feurys new Tavro 13 in Swedesboro, New Jersey. Prompted by Katzs cryptic tweets of late that alluded to him bringing to a close his chef-ing life, Eater caught up with him to find out whats on his horizon. Turns out hes taking a sales gig with meat purveyor Creekstone Farms. That said, Katz was also just named the Chef Chair for Share Our Strengths Taste of the Nation.

The annual fundraiser benefits Taste of the Nations No Kid Hungry program. Last years chair was Katzs homie, Top Chef champ Kevin Sbraga. A veritable whos who of local culinary turns out each year for the cause. For 2013, it takes place Sunday, April 28, in the ballroom at Hotel Monaco. Advanced tickets are on sale now for $85, and $135 for the VIP treatment. Check the Taste of the Nation websites for ticketing information.

Chef David Katz Chooses the Life of a Meat Man
[Eater]