The Australian Culinary Federation is the national organization representing professional Chefs, Cooks and Apprentices.
We seek to participate and advise in the establishment, maintenance and improvement of national and international culinary standards.
Australian Culinary Federation membership provides members access to our vast network via the intrinsic web we weave, through state chapters, regional groups, social events, competitions, and interest groups, allows all members to network with colleagues and participate in the federations work.
Nothing surpasses the friendships, the relationships, the creativity, the personal development, career opportunities and the satisfaction of being among a group of comparable people who have chosen The Australian Culinary Federation as there own.
By association with the ACF you will be able to strengthen your network creating huge opportunities for yourself individually and in business to demonstrate your support and camaraderie for the Australian Food Service Industry.
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The Australian National Culinary Team took 3rd place overall in the inaugural Dubai World Hospitality Championship, Winning GOLD and 1st place in the hot kitchen.Read more: Australia wins Gold in Dubai
Congratulations to the Australian Junior Team,Nick Gillan, Chris Malone, Phil Grice, James Cole-Bowan, Jade Hugi-Fergusan & Cherise Davids(nee Minas) in Korea for the International Youth Culinary Challenge winning a Silver Medal in the Hot Kitchen,and Bronze MedaLin the.Cold Table.
Congratulations to the Hong Kong young chefs overall winners.
Read more: Australian National Junior Team 2013
It was a great night out for Chef’s and their partners at the RACV Club with good food and good company the Night started with presentations of 10,15,20,25,and 35,year medals as recognition of continuous membership of ACF Vic thesewere presented by the new Vic President Dale Prentice.
Victorian life membership was given to Peter Wright ACF President, Steve McFarlane Past President of the Victorian chapter and Dale Lyman.
This was followed by National life memberships given to Inge Walters and Juliet Aspden.
Then came the highlight of the evening with the presentation of a Black Hat to Brendan Hill who now joins an elite band of Chef’s who have been bestowed that honour,
for all the pictures from the night read moreRead more: Black Hat Dinner
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