ACF Today, Vol. 1, No. 1 - November 21, 2003

In this edition . . .

  • Don't miss a special UK tour during the 31st World Congress/WACS 2004 in Dublin
  • Save $10 on ACF Garnishing Kits
  • Reserve space now on ACF's Asia culinary tour
  • Students: Expand your skills in Switzerland next summer

31st World Congress / WACS 2004
If you plan to attend the 31st World Congress of the World Association of Cooks Societies in Dublin, Ireland, next March, don't miss a special tour to North Wales, Edinburgh, London and more ... This is your last chance to join ACF's tour escorted by L. Edwin Brown, HAAC, March 20 to April 4, 2004. Contact Debbie Kelder, CTA, travel services manager, at (800) 624-9458, ext. 107, e-mail, to confirm your space on this private tour designed just for ACF members.

Purchase ACF Garnishing Kits at a Reduced Price
The Garnishing Kit by Chef Revival consists of seven pieces in a case bearing the ACF's national logo. Each kit includes: peeler, zester, corer, oval melon baller, 1" melon baller, garnishing knife, and channel knife. On sale for $30 each (reduced from $40) while supplies last. The perfect holiday gift for a budding student or any culinarian! To order, visit

ACF Goes to Asia
Take part in ACF's culinary adventure to Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok. Your tour conductor is the inveterate traveler L. Edwin Brown, HAAC. Culinary educational opportunities will be offered in each city, and an added bonus is a chance to meet the World Association of Cooks Societies (WACS) members throughout the tour. The tour leaves May 24 and returns June 3, 2004. The tour package starts at $2,580.00 per person. For more information and to book travel, call Debbie Kelder, CTA, travel services manager, at (800) 624-9458, ext. 107, or e-mail for all the details. Don't miss out on this fabulous tour!

Continuing Education in Switzerland Next Summer
Students: The American Culinary Federation seeks your input on a planned educational excursion to Switzerland next summer. Whether lecture, demonstration, hands-on learning, production-plant and agricultural tours, or a combination of these, ACF will produce an educational package that best meets the needs of today's culinary student studying for several days abroad. To help us plan the most rewarding tour, e-mail Debbie Kelder, CTA, travel services manager, at

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