A popular chef, caterer, and entrepreneur who has been featured on NBC's TODAY Show has ties to Baylor School.
Elizabeth Heiskell, known as the "Debutante Farmer", is the wife of Luke Heiskell, who graduated from Baylor in 1985.
Heiskell also works with Morgan McNeel, a Baylor graduate, who helps with catering and special events.
McNeel has joined Heiskell in traveling to New York City, once in December 2015, and again in January of 2016 to create meals for TODAY Show anchors and TV personalities.
Heiskell's has reached an audience of 4.8 million viewers nationally with her cooking segments on the TODAY Show.
Both Elizabeth and her husband Luke provide fresh fruit and vegetables from the Woodson Ridge Farm, which is located outside of Oxford, MS, to more than 50 restaurants across the U.S.
Heiskell also uses the farm as a base for her catering business, the "Debutante Farmer".
Along with a successful business, Heiskell is also author of a cookbook titled, Somebody Stole the Cornbread From My Dressing.
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