Certified executive chef and department
chairperson of the Academy of Culinary Arts, Albert Wutsch, will share his expertise on game
butchering and cookery on the Gateway Outdoors radio series on preparing venison from the field to the table.
Listen to the show and hear radio host Charlie Burchfield interview Chef Wutsch on preparing
and cooking venison properly. Learn how you, too, can create
basic and gourmet meals featuring wild game. The program airs on September 1,
2014, at 6;00 p.m. on WCED 1420 AM, 107.9 FM, and 96.7 FM.
A culinary educator who combines his mastery of cooking with
his passion for the great outdoors, Chef Wutsch is an expert on game cookery. He
regularly demonstrates cooking and butchering at major outdoor sporting shows,
including the National Pheasant Fest in Des Moines, Iowa, the Eastern Sports
and Outdoor Show, and the Great American Outdoor Show held at the Farm Show
Complex in Harrisburg, Pa.
Chef Wutsch has also cooked for professional outfitters in Montana
and for many hunting camps throughout the country. He teaches courses on game cookery across the
nation and has been a featured guest speaker for many sports shows and national
conventions such as the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, National Wild Turkey
Federation, and the Great American Outdoor Show, the largest outdoor show in
Wutsch’s professional career includes over 30 years of
culinary and teaching experience. A faculty member at Indiana University of
Pennsylvania since 1991, he previously held the positions of department
chairperson and chef instructor for the University of Montana College of Technology and chef instructor at
the Florida Culinary Institute.
Actively involved with the National Restaurant Association
program ProStart, Wutsch judges culinary competitions for high school students at
the state and national levels and also coordinates and instructs ProStart
Summer Institute programs for high school instructors at the Academy of
If you miss the live broadcast on the Gateway Outdoors radio
program, click here to listen to the show on the WCED Talk Radio web site.