The Culinary Insider - January 5, 2009 (Vol. VII, Issue
Personal and Situational Leadership Training
Explore your values and leadership style, increase your
self-awareness and understand how your behavior impacts the people you
lead at this Personal and Situational Leadership Training session.
Taught by Pam Jaeger, owner of Coaching Solutions, this course meets the
refresher requirements for ACF certification and will be held at the
Westin Boston Waterfront, Feb. 6, as part of the ACF Northeast Regional
Conference. Read more and register.
Boston, Chicago, Seattle, Charlotte Your Regional Conference
The 2009 ACF Events Series covers an array of culinary topics from
coast to coast, with educational and informative demos and seminars
covering the latest trends taught by the industry’s most respected
culinarians. Join us at the ACF Central Regional Conference where
Charlie Trotter will explore the art of wine.
Early registration discounts are available
for a limited time. Learn MORE about the 2009 ACF Regional Conferences
Northeast Regional Conference Central
Western Regional Conference Southeast Regional Conference
CAFE’s Summer Program for Professional Foodservice Trainers
CAFE offers 5 weekend events in 2009 delivering topics and trends
critical to your successful professional development.
- CAFE’s 5th-Annual Leadership Conference, J&W University,
- Front-of-House Operations, CIA, Hyde Park, N.Y.
- Food and Breads of the World, Florida Culinary Institute
- Global Cuisines, Kendall College, Chicago
- Edible Art, Professional Culinary Institute, San Jose, Calif.
Earn ACF continuing-education hours! Click Events at
www.CafeMeetingPlace.com for more information.
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QSR Magazine’s Culinary School Challenge
Create a no- or low-sodium condiment suitable for bulk foodservice
applications in accordance with the Food and Drug Administration’s
definition of either sodium-free or low-sodium.
The creator of the winning recipe will receive a $500 scholarship and
an opportunity to network with foodservice executives at the National
Restaurant Association (NRA) Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago in May. The top
five recipes will be featured in the May issue of QSR
Participants must be currently enrolled in an ACF-accredited culinary
program. Visit QSR magazine to enter by the deadline of
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culinary industry. 2009 ACF Media Kit