City of Brotherly Love Welcomes ACF in March
Philadelphia is the site of ACF’s upcoming
Northeast Region Conference
St. Augustine, Fla., February 1,
2003—Philadelphia rolls out the red carpet for American
Culinary Federation (ACF) members in March. More than 700
decision-makers, all culinary professionals, will attend the 2003
Northeast Region Conference March 14–17 at the Wyndham Franklin
Conference attendees will have an opportunity to network one-on-one
with chefs, culinary educators, and other foodservice industry
representatives in a dynamic, productive, professional environment. The
conference, hosted by ACF Philadelphia Chapter, includes educational
seminars, culinary competitions, and a large trade show. Demonstrations
span the spectrum from traditional Italian cuisine to Asian infusion and
new seafood trends to ostrich and bison.
A conference highlight is Culinary Day Sunday, March 16, at The
Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College, Philadelphia. This daylong
extravaganza of culinary seminars includes sessions on Hawaiian regional
cuisine, fungi, the wines of Mexico, and how to practice speed scratch
cooking in today’s economy.
The American Academy of Chefs, ACF’s honor society, will hold a
dinner at the Pine Hill Country Club March 14.
For further information, including a daily schedule of events for the
2003 Northeast Region Conference, log on to www.acfchefs.org or contact Tom Macrina, CEC, AAC,
conference chair, at (610) 249-2131 or email@example.com.
Founded in 1929, the American Culinary Federation (ACF) is the
largest and most prestigious chefs organization in America. ACF’s
goal is to make a positive difference for culinarians internationally
through education, apprenticeship, and certification, while creating a
fraternal bond of respect and integrity among culinarians
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