Years of Participation
Chef Meg comes from a family with a father from New Orleans and a mother from “down the Bayou” in Larose, so both Cajun and Creole influences run in her blood. As Commander’s Palace is the kitchen where Cajun and Creole crashed for the first time in the 1970's with Paul Prudhomme and Ella Brennan, Chef Meg and her Creole and Cajun influences are in the perfect position at the helm of the kitchen. Meg knows the flavors of New Orleans and Louisiana as well as she knows the flavors of Commander's Palace after years of working her way up the ranks. After she graduated from the John Folse Culinary Institute, Commander’s Palace hired young Meg, hopeful that the skills she learned in school would translate to the fast-paced kitchen. Meg quickly proved to be a budding talent and worked her way up the hot line and management positions.
Chef Meg is a mother to 5-year old Stella and on her days off can be found at large family gatherings with Stella and husband Richard in tow in Cut Off, Louisiana where food is the center of life.