San­dals Re­sorts Culi­nary Am­bas­sador Wal­ter Staib Wins 6th Emmy Award for A Taste of History

The Star (St. Lucia) - - LOCAL -

Chef Wal­ter Staib, long­stand­ing culi­nary am­bas­sador for San­dals Re­sorts In­ter­na­tional, was rec­og­nized for his crit­i­cally ac­claimed tele­vi­sion show, A Taste of History, a se­ries that ex­plores Amer­ica’s culi­nary begin­nings from the birthplace of cui­sine, by The Na­tional Academy of Tele­vi­sion Sciences.

Awarded two Em­mys this sea­son, this marks the sixth Emmy award in six sea­sons of the se­ries, which airs na­tion­wide on PBS and RLTV.

In the sixth sea­son of A Taste of History, Chef Staib goes back to his Caribbean roots by trav­el­ing to Saint Lu­cia and Gre­nada, vis­it­ing San­dals Hal­cyon and San­dals LaSource Gre­nada, to celebrate the unique culi­nary ex­pe­ri­ences in each des­ti­na­tion and the is­lands’ in­flu­ence on Amer­i­can cui­sine.

San­dals Hal­cyon Ex­ec­u­tive Chef, Chef Ro­droy Thomas was fea­tured as a guest chef on the Saint Lu­cia episode, as well as other mem­bers of San­dals Hal­cyon team, which helped cre­ate an award-win­ning mo­ment in the se­ries.

“The rea­son we won this award is be­cause the chef had such a fan­tas­tic menu, the cul­ture and cui­sine are so col­or­ful, and this history of the is­land is so com­pelling,” said Chef Wal­ter Staib.

A third-gen­er­a­tion res­tau­ra­teur with more than four decades of culi­nary ex­pe­ri­ence, Chef Wal­ter Staib is an au­thor, Emmy Award win­ning TV host, James Beard-nom­i­nated chef and culi­nary his­to­rian.

In ad­di­tion to his role with San­dals Re­sorts, he is cur­rently the driv­ing force be­hind Philadelphia’s City Tav­ern, a faith­ful recre­ation of an orig­i­nal 18th cen­tury tav­ern, and Con­cepts By Staib, Ltd.’s flag­ship op­er­a­tion.

Chef Wal­ter Staib

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