04. April 2012 · Categories: Alumni

Alumni Round-Up

From running award-winning restaurant kitchens to writing notable cookbooks, ICE alumni continue to win accolades and receive attention for their success. Check out just some of the alumni finding success and making recent headlines.

*The James Beard Award Nominees were announced and ICE alumni are on the list of finalists: Jamie Tiampo (Culinary Management ’06) was nominated in the Video Webcast category for EatTV. Maxime Bilet (Culinary Arts ’05) was nominated, along with Nathan Myhrvold and Chris Young, in the Cooking from a Professional Point of View category for their book Modernist Cuisine. And Tertulia got a nod for Best New Restaurant, where Anup Joshi (Culinary Arts ’04) is chef de cuisine.

*Christine Krupin’s (Culinary ’12) blog post “10 Things I Learned Working in a Restaurant Kitchen” about her time on externship was just published in the Huffington Post.

*Maxime Bilet (Culinary Arts ’05) and the team from the Cooking Lab won IACP Cookbook Awards for their book, Modernist Cuisine.

*Bravo announced that Gary Walker (Culinary Arts ’03) will be one of the contestants on their new show, Around the World in 80 Plates.

*Jami Liverman (Pastry & Baking Arts ’02 and Culinary Arts ’03) was profiled in The Montreal Gazette for his work combining a passion for food and a passion for fitness.

*Chris Durso (Culinary Arts ’08), the creater of Fooddiggity.com, was profiled on the Good Food Jobs blog, The GastroGnomes.

*Denisse Oller (Culinary Arts ’03 and Culinary Management ’07) can bee seen in videos in her series of recipes on Fox News Latino.

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