Are you a Taco Bell mega fan? Show off your Taco Bell knowledge and join us for a fun Taco Bell Trivia Night! Team up with fellow scholars and compete to win prizes. As a bonus, you will also hear from culinary Passioneers and learn how to put a tasty twist on a Taco Bell classic!
Danielle McNerney is a 2019 Live Más Scholarship recipient with a passion for cooking and getting other teens into the kitchen! She loves to cook healthy and easy meals, and has turned her passion into her own business, Save the Moms. Danielle is headed into her senior year of high school, and hopes to combine her passion for food and her passion for political science when she goes to college.
About Chef Janet
Janet Bourbon is a senior strategic chef for Cargill’s protein business, based in Wichita, Kansas. Her focus is the foodservice segment and her professional background includes fine dining, chain restaurants, corporate retail, as well as manufacturing.
Janet’s cooking career began in high school, when she opened a small catering business with her sister. During university, she talked herself into a job at a local café, and cooked for the Geological Survey of Canada.
After earning her bachelor’s degree, Janet attended the culinary arts program at George Brown College in Toronto. While she completed her two-year culinary apprenticeship, Janet worked in five star hotels and restaurants in Toronto.
Janet moved to Dallas, Texas in 1987. She worked for Chef Stephen Pyles, as saucier at the Adolphus Hotel, and as R&D chef in Neiman Marcus Corporate Foodservice. Later professional adventures included the director of R & D at Steak and Ale restaurants, and corporate chef positions Tyson Foods, and Meyer Natural Angus.
Janet has been at Cargill since 2009.