Past Events

SLUH Iron Chef

SLUH Iron Chef

Get ready for some healthy competition!

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

9:45 A.M. SI COMMONS @ SLUH

  • Second annual Iron Chef event to showcase local alumni chefs/restauranteurs and students while exposing students to healthy eating that utilizes low impact, flavor-packed foods.
  • Event proceeds will benefit the St. Patrick's Center.
  • Visitor parking available in upper lot.

 

 

INTRODUCING OUR CHEFS FOR BATTLE HARVEST

 

 

 

 

BRIAN DOHERTY '91

 

Chef Brian Doherty is a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. Brian worked in many prestigious kitchens in St. Louis before becoming Chef of Shiitake Restaurant in Clayton, Missouri now, co-chef at The Block.

 

 

 

CHRIS LEAHY '95

Chris Leahy is the executive chef at Parm restaurant in New York City. He began his cooking career with an apprenticeship at the St. Louis Club, and has since worked at DB Bistro Modern, under Chef Gordon Ramsey at Connaught, and at North Gate and The Junction Taverns. He also has worked at acclaimed restaurants in London. After graduating in 1995, Chris is returning to SLUH to lead one of four student teams in Iron Chef SLUH: Battle Harvest.

 

 

 

 

BRENDAN KIRBY '99

 

Brendan Kirby is a professional chef and restaurateur who owns Seed Sprout Spoon. Brendan graduated from SLUH in 1999 and is one of the two returning chefs from Battle Shrimp.

 

Joining chef Brendan Kirby were students Augie Lodholz ('20), Mikes Trittler ('19), and Darion Mullins ('19).

 

ALEX FELDMEIER '04

 

Alex Feldmeier is the Sous chef at Brasserie and has cooked at the Niche and Monarch restaurants. A 2004 graduate from SLUH, Alex is the returning champion from Battle Shrimp.

 

Joining chef Alex Feldmeier in Battle Shrimp were students Ismail Hacking ('20), Julian Verde ('20), and Christopher Tyrrell ('20).

 

 

 

Also appearing at Iron Chef SLUH: Battle Harvest to emcee will be Rick Lewis, the head of kitchen at Quincy Street Bistro, head of staff at Southern, chef at Monarch, and who is now opening his own restaurant with his wife, Elisa.

CLICK HERE TO WATCH SLUH IRON CHEF 1: BATTLE SHRIMP

 

 

 

 

 

 

ICE SCULPTURE

 

 

 

 

SEAN LEAHY '01

Sean Leahy graduated in 2005 from Webster University in St. Louis with a BA in Studio Art. After spending a semester in Vienna, Austria, he returned to St. Louis and began working for the area’s premiere ice sculpting company, Ice Visions. He then moved to Austin, TX, where he opened his own Ice Sculpting company, Full Spectrum Ice.

This year at Iron Chef SLUH, Sean Leahy will be creating a harvest themed ice sculpture. This ice sculpture, which will be carved entirely during the event, will be up for auction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPECIAL THANKS

 

 

 

 

 

Michele Bildner, MPH, CHES

Assessment, Evaluation, & Policy Coordinator

Division of Health Promotion & Public Health Research

Saint Louis County Department of Public Health

 

 

 

SUSTAINABLE FOODS EDUCATION

 

 

 

 

Click here to learn about an explanation of Joel Salatin's farming method in 7 minutes.

Click here to learn about making better choices with seafood from Seafood Watch.

Click here to learn about which type of meat is the best to eat, and what nutritional benefits come with eating sustainable-fed animals.

Click here to learn about sustainable and organic foods.

Chef Jamie Oliver on teaching students about food

Chef Ann Cooper on school lunches

Brought to you by SLUH's Sustainability Club and Student Council

 

 

Club Moderators:

Mrs. Anne Marie Lodholz

Mr. Tom Zinzelmeyer

Club Members:

Ali Hamed

Gabe Lepak

Niko Rodriguez

Noor Alyasiry

Sean McLaughlin

 

Waste not, Want Not: art reimagined

Waste Not, Want Not: Art Reimagined

 

Waste Not, Want Not: Art Reimagined is an art exhibit featuring art made from recycled and upcycled materials.

We challenge the entire SLUH community to reflect, pray, and create a story about the beauty of creation and to contemplate what is meant by throwaway culture.

Rather than producing waste, we must realize that we are gifted with great hope, energy, and resources. We want to learn how these can be molded into playful pieces of imaginative design and functional art and to then communicate this to our wider community.

This project will be entered into the USGBC 2018 Green Schools Quest.

ENVIRONMENTAL TEAM CALLS FOR MATERIAL, TALENT, SUPPORT

This year’s contest theme is Community Engagement; we hope to reach every corner of the SLUH community and beyond.

Send us your thougthts: What is waste? What is art? #wastenotwantnot2018

 

Or, pray, reflect, and come help us create and celebrate the show!

HOW CAN YOU CONTRIBUTE?

  • Please look around your house and send into SLUH items from our construction wish list. Items will be collected in the old Cafeteria.
    • Landscaping material
    • Live green PLANTS
    • String
    • Wire of any kind
    • Large Chandeliers approximately 24” x 24”
    • Screen
    • Recycled Plastic or Cardboard
    • Old Glass windows in frames
    • Small items/memorabilia that remind you of SLUH or your community
    • Your creative energy!
  • Email, instagram, tweet us your thoughts/reflections/video on throwaway culture, how to become a zero-waste community.

TIMELINE

  • Now - March: Help to create works of art in Old Cafeteria with professional guest artists and SLUH community
  • April 7 - SLUH auction, come bid on your favorite piece!
  • April 11 - Show opens 4-6 pm; come to celebrate SLUH’s sustainable art show and welcome guests at USGBC Green Schools Quest Award Ceremony at SLUH. 5-7 pm
  • April 21 - Show opens for SLUH bicentennial birthday bash
  • April 22 - Show closes–don’t miss it!