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Welcome... to the website of the Middle Tennnessee Chapter of the American Culinary Federation. The American Culinary Foundation is the largest professional organization of culinarians in America, has been enhancing and furthering food service careers for more than seven decades. Through its Educational Institute, professional chef certification is possible, as is thorough training of culinary and pastry apprentices to meet a growing need for trained personnel in the industry. The ACF is the voice in the industry, representing more than 20,000 chefs nationwide.


  • January 28th - 2007 Awards Gala (29th Annual) - Vanderbilt Mariott Hotel

  • February 12th 2007 - Board Meeting - J & M Catering 5:30 p.m.

  • February 19th 2007 - Chapter Meeting - Loews Vanderbilt Plaza Hotel
    Host: Chef Elaine Taubin
    6:00 pm

  • March 12th 2007 - Board Meeting - J & M Catering 5:30 p.m

  • March 19th 2007 - Chapter Meeting - TBA

  • April 2007 - Board Meeting

  • April 29th 2007 - May 1st - Southeast Regional Conference
    Music City Sheraton - Nashville Chapter Hosting

  • April 29th 2007 - Songwriters Night at the Wildhorse 6:00 - 12:00

  • May 14th 2007 - Board Meeting - J & M Catering 5:30 p.m

  • May 21st 2007 - Chapter Meeting

  • June 11th 2007 - Board Meeting - J & M Catering 5:30 p.m

  • June 18th 2007 - Chapter Meeting - Manchester Conference Center
    Chef Host: Chef Mike Osborne

  • Summer Break - Ice Cream Competition
  • Summer Break - Golf Tournament
    Mission Statement
  • We are committed to the advancement of future culinarians as well as constantly striving to educate ourselves through our monthly meetings and self-education.
  • To encourage all culinarian members to become certified through the American Culinary Federation.
  • To provide the tools and support needed to obtain certification.
  • To support apprenticeship within our city.
  • To foster a strong feeling of brotherhood and fellowship amongst all our members making everyone feel welcome.
  • To welcome any guests to our organization as well as to encourage all opinions and input from our membership.
  • To network with all members through communication, meetings, newsletters and association gatherings.
  • To support the local community through charities, chef and child and all other opportunities that present themselves to us.
Submit your material to Robert Siegel or Gary Rawson

Middle Tennessee Chefs Chapter of the American Culinary Federation © 2004
P.O. Box 22548   Nashville, TN   37202         615.865.2742

Site constructed Sept. 2004. Last revised December 27, 2006 by BrickShort Partners