Congratulations are in order for Baker College Dean of Culinary, Chef Thomas Recinella, CEC®, AAC®, on his most recent awards honor.
The Culinary Institute of Michigan leader has been selected as the 2021 Central Region recipient of the American Culinary Federation’s (ACF) Hermann G. Rusch Chef’s Achievement Award.
This award honors chefs who have demonstrated the highest level of commitment to both ACF and the culinary profession. As noted by the ACF, such chefs have advanced the culinary profession and ensured the enrichment of students, members and those in the profession.
Chef Tom is one of four regional recipients. One chef will be named the national award winner at the ACF National Convention this August in Orlando, Fla.
Here’s to Chef Tom’s recognition, and we’re all wishing him much luck at the ACF Convention this August!
About Culinary Institute of Michigan
The award-winning Culinary Institute of Michigan, a division of Baker College, offers associate degree programs focused on some of the fastest-growing areas of food service. CIM students, who can study culinary arts, baking and pastry or food and beverage management, learn from experienced industry professionals and develop technical skills through intensive hands-on training in world-class culinary facilities. Student chefs also gain real-world experience working at Courses, a teaching restaurant, open to the public and located on each CIM campus. For more information on Baker College and the Culinary Institute of Michigan, visit www.baker.edu or follow Baker College on Twitter and Facebook.