Wednesday, January 6, 2010

'Culinary Nutrition News' sets '10 resolutions

In the January issue of "Culinary Nutrition News: Nutrition Resolutions for 2010," nutrition experts discuss important nutrition topics for the new year. The three-page article, presented by the American Culinary Federation Chef & Child Foundation (CCF) and Clemson University, Clemson, S.C., is now available for download at

The article outlines several topics that include nutrition for the baby boomer generation, healthful cooking and nutritional ingredient substitution and balancing the plate. The authors also share the results from a 2009 nutrition survey of ACF chefs.

The February “Culinary Nutrition News” article will be posted online Feb. 8. Visit for more information.

Attain your New Year's Resolutions at the 12th Annual FENI Summit!

12th Annual Foodservice Educators Network International (FENI) Educators Summit February 12 to 15, 2010

New year, new goals!
It's that time of year again when we all make resolutions. Perhaps your goal is to bring avant garde techniques into your classroom. Or find new inspiration in international cuisines. Or master advanced baking and pastry skills. Or learn new ways of connecting to and motivating your students.

Our goal at Foodservice Educators Network International (FENI) is to help you attain yours. Attend the 12th Annual FENI Educators Summit next month to reach your goals in professional development and continuing education--including earning CEUs--through FENI's offerings of more than 30 Master Classes by acclaimed educators and world-famous culinarians!
Charlie Trotter, chef/owner of Charlie Trotter's restaurant in Chicago, will speak at FENI on "Lessons in Leadership."

You won't want to miss out on all these great FENI Summit events:
  • SPEAKERS Celebrity Chef Charlie Trotter and Kendall College's Dean, Chef Christopher Koetke
  • Reception and awards ceremony for Educators of the Year
  • Poster board presentations on the latest developments in culinary education
  • Panel discussion, breakout sessions and roundtable sessions
  • Silent auction to benefit French Pastry School's For the Love of Chocolate scholarship foundation
  • Info fair and exhibits with products and resources for the culinary classroom
  • Green and sustainable tour at Hotel Allegro (optional; free)
  • City of Chicago Culinary Tour and Luncheon (optional; additional fee)
Make the first step toward achieving your goals in 2010: Visit TODAY to register. Master Classes are filling up fast, so don't delay!