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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 8, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas OCTOBER VIDA COMINGTHURSDAY Section To have your event contact Features Editor Brian Grant at of by email@example.com My main goal for the neap future is to attend Texas University in the fail Laur Erben SHOW TIMES ARTS HEARTS AND HANDS Musical instruments exhibit WlietK 10 aM to 9 Mon day through noon to 6 Sunday through 19 Where New Braunfels Museum of Art and 1259 Gruene Road Tickets free for chil dren2 and younger STAGE Tj PROOF Mysterysuspense When Friday and Saturday and Sunday matinees 16 through 9 Where STAGE Krause 1300 Bulverde Road Tickets stu dents and people 62 and over Information 830 4382339 RUMORS Comedy by Neil Simon Wlteni Wednesdays through Saturdays through Where Harlequin Dinner 2652 Hamey Fort Sam Houston Tickets Wednesday and Friday and Saturday Information 210 2229694 ARSENIC AND OLD LACE Comedy When 8 Thursday and Sunday matinees through 12 Where Boerne Community Main Boeme Tickets general for seniors and the ater members Information 210 2499166 17th ANNUAL GRUENE MUSIC AND WINE FEST When Friday through Sunday Where Gruene Hall and the Grapevine Information 6295077 MIDTEXAS SYMPHONY Program includes Overture to Sympho ny 68 in F Major and Brandenburg Concerto When Where New Braunfels Civic 390 Tickets general for seniors and college students and for children under 18 Information or EdenMome ave views Bishop praised for needs DAVID Top Glenn lead cook at Eden sautees some tomatoes and Above Bishop carves a Residents say his presentation skills demonstrate his ability as a firstclass By Bill Ervin HeraldZeitung Correspondent Glenn Bishops credentials might be sufficient to qualify him as a worldclass but the food he pre pares for residents and staff at Eden Home is why he is their favorite The 35yearold Bishop is lead cook and supervisor in the dietary department at Eden where he supervises some 30 He is recognized by his peers as a firstrate cook and has won appreciation at meal time by some of whom have little else to happily His Toby called Bishop a super Hes very very Perkins Hes magnificent under Perkins said Bishop is careful to consider residents as well as their He takes their requests very Perkins Eden Home is very fortunate to have this young Some residents have physical conditions that permit them to eat only pureed For Bishop has learned how to make pureed food look more appetiz pork chop that looks like a pork broccoli that looks like A San Marcos Bishop said he became inter ested in cooking while helping his who was a He said he worked for her until she I do what I do because I like what I Bishop I try to make people feel like they have no special Carol Eden Home and Betty fund both lauded Bishop for his talent and Hes absolutely incredible under Doep penschmidt citing his ability to see that regular meals are prepared and as well as handling spe cial such as a wedding family reunions and quaint dinners for as few as six Glenn is a very unusual individual who constantly amazes Fox She noted that aside from his expertise in the Bishop does things like donat ing his four times so for the children with can Residents gave high marks to Bernice who has lived at Eden Home near ly three Hes never gets and he listens to David bases his assessment of Bishop on own experience as founder of what is now the Adobe Restaurant in New He intends to Harrison He takes a persons dietary needs and incorporates that with their likes and dislikes to make palatable meals for Bishop has created several signature garnishes and designs while at Eden where Southern Pecan Pie and Raspberry Ganache have won him His shrimp and scallops on pasta earned first place in the New Braunfels Taste of the Whos your favorite cook Send nominations to The Herald 707 Landa New or email to Features Editor Brian firstname.lastname@example.org. 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