Faculty Member Nutter Wins Chef of the Year Award

Posted on 10/21/2020 2:44:51 PM

Chef Andrew Nutter and his 2020 Chef of the Year Award Culinary faculty member Chef Andrew Nutter was awarded the 2020 Chef of the Year Award by the Groundhog Chapter of the American Culinary Federation.

The ACFGC Chef of the Year Award pays tribute to an active culinarian whose knowledge, skills, expertise, guidance, and direction have enhanced the image of the professional chef and who, by example, has given leadership and direction to culinarians seeking a career in the culinary profession.

Chef Nutter joined the Academy of Culinary Arts in August 2006. He is an assistant professor at the Academy of Culinary Arts, where he teaches Sanitation Management, Purchasing, Soups, Stocks and Sauce Production, Beef and Veal Preparation, and Fish and Shellfish Preparation/Cookery.

Chef Nutter is very active with both the state and national levels of the ProStart high school program. Chef Nutter has been a judge at the Pennsylvania, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, and California competitions. He is also the lead culinary author for the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation’s Volume 1 and Volume 2 textbooks used for ProStart.

Congratulations to Chef Nutter on this very deserving award!