The Art Institute of Pittsburgh Students Compete in ACF Competition
November 5, 2015
(Pittsburgh, October 2015) On October 26, The Art Institute of Pittsburgh hosted a meeting of the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Culinary Federation (ACF) and held a student competition. The competition, “Anything Goes,” asked entrants to prepare a vegan entrée. Two students at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh entered and placed.
Vincent Brady, a student in the Associate of Science in Culinary Arts degree program placed first with his cauliflower steak, and Cora Groom, a student in the Bachelor of Science in Culinary Management degree program took third place ribbon for her Vegan Curry with Fall Vegetables.
For more information on the meeting, visit: https://www.acfchefs.org/ACF/Membership/Join/ACFI_Join/ACF/Membership/Join/ACFI_JOIN.aspx?ChapterChoice=PA061
Below is a link to the ACF Facebook page which has photos from the event.
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