Bob Brassard (left), head of Broadmoor Technical Center’s culinary program, gives a tour of Broadmoor’s new half-acre garden to Travis Napier, the downtown Bristol Seafood Grill’s executive chef, and Kelly Potter, event and marketing director. Napier uses vegetables from the garden at his restaurant.
Bob Brassard (left), head of Broadmoor Technical Center’s culinary program, gives a tour of Broadmoor’s new half-acre garden to Travis Napier, the downtown Bristol Seafood Grill’s executive chef, and Kelly Potter, event and marketing director. Napier uses vegetables from the garden at his restaurant. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Bob Brassard (left), head of Broadmoor Technical Center’s culinary program, gives a tour of Broadmoor’s new half-acre garden to Travis Napier, the downtown Bristol Seafood Grill’s executive chef, and Kelly Potter, event and marketing director. Napier uses vegetables from the garden at his restaurant. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

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November 15, 2014 06:00 AM

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