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ACF Chefs in the News

Joliet Junior College chef achieves his lifetime dream The Palamanui Palate: Culinary arts alumna earning her master’s degree, plans to become registered dietitian This Week, Four Chefs Began a Grueling Eight-Day Exam. Only One Remains Chef of Year a shining start to annual Culinary Exercise Marines cook their way to the top at JCTE FiveStar […]

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  March 24, 2019   No comments

Fresh Reads

The world has a new Certified Master Chef We Are Chefs Book Club: March 2019 7 Ingredients for Effective Kitchen Communication Slice of Life: Culinary Knowledge Bowl gold medalist Rachelle Murphy A trendier, crunchier take on classic Chinese wontons ACF salutes our members, March/April 2019 edition Hacking Sustainability: How chefs can help build a better […]

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  March 24, 2019   No comments

The New 50s: Far From Retirement

  Chip Conley nytimes.com · 16 hours ago The New 50s: Far From Retirement After Chip Conley sold Joie de Vivre, the boutique hotel company he created and ran for about 24 years, his life took an unexpected turn. At 52, he was sought out by Brian Chesky, the then-31-year-old chief executive of Airbnb, for […]

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  December 7, 2018   No comments

USC Teaching Garden: How the University uses its local garden to source campus restaurants

Eric Ernest dailytrojan.com · 6 days ago USC Teaching Garden: How the University uses its local garden to source campus restaurants In 2015, USC Hospitality executive chef Eric Ernest approached his boss, Kris Klinger, with an idea: What if USC became a leader in sustainable dining? After conducting research, Ernestreached out to Niels Thorlaksson and […]

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  December 7, 2018   No comments

Bill Bauer

Bill Bauer Someone you should know It was a challenge to write a story on Chef Bill and keep it only a page long since his story is so interesting. Before we dive into Chef Bill’s personal life, we asked him how he got started in Fantasy Flights. Back in 2016, Chef Bill started cooking […]

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  December 7, 2018   No comments

Stars and Stripe Soiree a Resounding Success!

On Sunday, September 30th, the Cahuenga District of the Boy Scouts had an event to raise money for scouts who could not afford summer camp. This event was called the Stars and Stripe Soiree, with a cocktail party and silent auction. The event also honored those who served in the arm forces. The event was […]

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  October 15, 2018   No comments