Newark, Del., was
named 2009 Chapter Chef of the Year for
ACF First State Chefs Association at the
chapter’s President’s Ball held at Deerfield
Golf & Tennis Club, Newark, Del., Jan. 17.
Eric Minnich, a
student at Johnson
& Wales University,
was a member
of the school’s
team that won the
Association’s (RCA) Student Culinology
Competition at the 2010 RCA Conference
and Culinology® Expo in Phoenix in March.
The team took home first place and $5,000
for its Southwestern Black & Blue meal.
chair of culinary
at Joliet Junior
College, Joliet, Ill.,
a member of ACF Louis Joliet Chapter,
received a 2010 National Institute for Staff
and Organizational Development (NISOD)
Excellence Award at NISOD’s 32nd annual
International Conference on Teaching
and Leadership Excellence held in Austin,
Texas, May 30-June 2.
Officer 4 (CW4)
food advisor, a
member of Old Dominion ACF Chapter,
was recently promoted to CW5.
N. Y., a member
of the Western
Cooks & Chefs
Association—ACF, was named Chapter
Chef of the Year at the chapter’s monthly
meeting at the Artisan Kitchen, Paducah,
Ky., Dec. 12, 2009.
School, Albany N. Y.,
was named ACF
Capital District—Central New York’s 2009
Instructor of the Year during the chapter’s
annual awards dinner held at Panza’s
Restaurant, Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Feb. 21.
N. Y., a member
of ACF Capital
in Washington, D.C.,
April 14-16. Klaus
Culinology® program director and assistant
professor, California State University, Fresno,
Calif., board member of The ACF Chefs
First State Chefs Association, were also
nominated for the American Dream Award.
Murat Day, CEC, WCC, AAC, is
culinary arts/management instructor
at The International Culinary School
at The Art Institute of California—San
Diego, not San Francisco, as was stated
in the May 2010 issue.