Twenty-one Delaware North chefs are well on their way to achieving certification by the American Culinary Federation (ACF) after all of them passed the timed cooking practical exams conducted recently in the kitchens of the Niagara Falls Culinary Institute.
Patina Catering – a division of Delaware North’s Patina Restaurant Group – hit a high note earlier this month when it served as the official caterer of the GRAMMY Awards Celebration for the second year in a row.
Miller Park, home of Major League Baseball’s Milwaukee Brewers, is in the midst of a major overhaul of its food and beverage operations thanks to a $20 million investment by the team and Delaware North Sportservice. Part of the overhaul is doubling down on a major source of pride for Wisconsinites: beer brewed locally in the Badger State.
For the latest edition of Chef’s Corner – which shines the light on Delaware North culinarians – we got to know Matthew Riznyk, who recently joined the company as executive chef at SunTrust Park, the future home of the Atlanta Braves.
Thirty students from Booker T. Washington High School in downtown Atlanta visited Turner Field, home of Major League Baseball’s Atlanta Braves, earlier this month to participate in a special Tomahawk Talks program about careers in the sports industry. The program, called Industry Insight, was hosted by the Braves and introduced students to different career paths that are available in professional sports.
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