The Cherry Bombe Jubilee

March 26, 2015

Last year's Jubilee was completely fascinating – one of the best conferences of its type I've ever attended. This year's sounds equally interesting.  
 
It takes place this Sunday.  

The Day’s Schedule 9:30 – 10:30 am: Breakfast and Registration

10:30 am – 12:30 pm: Session 1
Welcome by Kerry Diamond and Claudia Wu
Truly Share a Meal with Lauren Bush Lauren
Being a Leader: Rooted in Authenticity with Karen Kelley
The New Food Revolution: Three Stories with Caroline Randall Williams, Michelle Tam, and Danielle Walker. Moderated by Michele Promaulayko. Introduction by Andie Mitchell.
In Conversation: Ina Garten, with Julia Turshen

12:30 – 1:45 pm: Lunch, presented by Sweetgreen

1:45 – 3:30 pm: Session 2
Change the World, One Bite at a Time with Tanya Holland, Martha Hoover, and Jordyn Lexton. Moderated by Vivian Howard.
Listen to Your Deepest Self with Padma Lakshmi. Introduction by Jordana Rothman.

Meet the Modernists with Dominique Crenn, Elise Kornack, Iliana Regan, and Anjana Shanker. Moderated by Aki Kamozawa. Introduction by Charlotte Druckman.

3:30 – 4:15 pm: Snack Break, curated by Elly Truesdell of Whole Foods Market

4:15 – 5:30 pm: Session 3
Feel Your Way to Success with Erin McKenna
Keynote Conversation: April Bloomfield, with Gail Simmons. Introduction by Mimi Sheraton.

*Lineup is subject to change 

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3 Comments

  • alexis says:

    It was quite the magical day, but would have been infinitely better if you had been there to share your stories and wisdom. Maybe next year?

  • Ruth Reichl says:

    Alexis I was SO sorry not to be there. Snowstorm, if you can believe it, up here. But I am going to do my best to get there next year. I will never forget some of those sessions. Suzanne Goin and Gabrielle Hamilton talking about motherhood and running restaurants was so honest, and so inspiring.

  • alexis says:

    Oh mother nature! Looking forward to next year as well. Every session was delightful. Hearing April Bloomfield speak so honestly and poetically was quite the highlight.

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