Pulaski Tech hosts State’s First American Culinary Foundation Competition

Dust off your cocktail attire and join a few of Arkansas’s top culinary students at the Statehouse Convention Center in the Wally Allen ballroom on Tuesday, June 7 from 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm for the ultimate culinary competition, Diamond Chef Arkansas!

The chefs will have 60 minutes to prepare a three course meal for judging that features a mystery ingredient revealed just before the clock starts. Chefs are judged on creativity, taste, presentation and technical skills.  Guests are treated to a three course meal including wine. The event includes both a silent and live auction.

KATV Anchor Pamela Smith will Emcee the event.

The goals of ACF Approved Culinary Competitions are to continually raise the standards of culinary excellence and professionalism, nurture the creativity of individual chefs and to provide a showcase for individual skills, techniques and styles.

June 7, 2011
Diamond Chef Arkansas – Finale
Statehouse Convention Center
6 p.m. Reception
7 p.m. Program
Table of 10 – $1,500
Individual Tickets – $150

To purchase tickets, visit www.pulaskitechevents.com

Pulaski Tech student Doug Spharler working on his first place winning dish
 Professional bronze medalist, Chef Jay McAfee
State’s first American Culinary Foundation sanctioned competition

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