Culinary Olympic Team To Compete In Germany!

August 9, 2008 at 12:36 am 1 comment

The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes wish their Olympic team luck as they prepare for the International Culinary Olympics in Efurt, Germany from October 19-23. The team will compete against chefs from more than 40 different countries. This year’s Olympics will be the biggest yet with over 2000 chefs and confectioners participating.

Best of luck to Team Captain and Certified Master Chef, Chef Walter Leible and team members, Chef Michael F. Nenes, Chef Larry Matson, Chef Eric Watson, Chef Mark Blaaubour, Chef Robert Childers, and Chef Manuel Catemaxca!


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  • 1. elliot  |  November 24, 2008 at 5:57 pm

    I am writing a book and one of charachters wants to be a chef. I am looking for information about culinary schools in the 1970’s. How many years would that take? What is it like (What is the hardest part, etc.?) any information would be helpful. Thank you very much,


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