News & Events

  • 06
  • Mar2015

A note from ACI’s Executive Chef Christopher Wolf

Hello culinarians. There is no other way to start off this newsletter than to bring up the most important thing to happen at ACI in a long time. Most of you have probably already heard this, but this month we lost a very important person at the school. Our good friend Chef Glenn Humphrey passed away.

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  • 25
  • Feb2015

Farmers’ Market Open House on March 14

Experience Farm to Table Fresh at Arizona Culinary Institute’s Farmers’ Market Open House on March 14 Support Local Food Vendors and join ACI’s Chef Instructors for Tours of the School, a Dutch-Oven Chili Cook-Off, and more! As a symbol of its commitment to the popular farm to table fresh trend, Arizona Culinary Institute (ACI) invites you

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  • 20
  • Jan2015

ARIZONA CULINARY INSTITUTE HELPS THE NFL SCORE A TOUCHDOWN!

ACI’s Students Proudly Volunteer for Taste of the NFL XLIX – the Super Bowl Party with a Purpose, Raising Awareness & Dollars for Hunger Relief Culinary-related terms like gridiron, pigskin, and of course, a sack lunch take on new meaning when Arizona Culinary Institute’s students volunteer for Taste of the NFL XLIX. “The Super Bowl Party

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  • 06
  • Jan2015

December 2014 Student of the Month Profile

WHISKED AWAY Laura Callan, Arizona Culinary Institute’s December 2014 Student of the Month Leaves Her Home on the Mississippi River and Finds Culinary Bliss in Scottsdale, AZ   In a turn of events that can only be explained by the stars aligning or perhaps, poetic justice, “Whisked Away” is the name of the bakery shop where

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  • 29
  • Dec2014

November 2014 Student of the Month Profile

FOOD Y LA FAMILIA For Mia McNulty, Arizona Culinary Institute’s November 2014 Student of the Month, Great Food and a Multi-Generational Family Go Hand-In-Hand as She Charts Her Own Course for a Future in the Culinary Arts. For as long as she can remember, great food and a large, multi-generational family have been the defining characteristics

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  • 29
  • Dec2014

A Note from ACI’s Executive Chef December 2014

Happy Holidays everyone! I wanted to do a quick year-end wrap up before we close for winter break. Another great year is in the books at ACI. We are proud of all of our students, both past and present. We are always aware that our doors can only stay open because of you and your choice

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  • 05
  • Dec2014

Graduation December 2014

Congratulations to all of the Arizona Culinary Institute Students who are graduating today. Click the link to view the Graduation Program. Graduation program 12-2014

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  • 26
  • Nov2014

A Note from ACI’s Executive Chef November 2014

Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We are hoping that you will be putting some of your ACI knowledge to use this year to prepare the holiday meal (or at least part of it) for your friends and family. This month we had a very special presentation on campus: a master butcher was on hand to fabricate an entire

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  • 29
  • Oct2014

A note from ACI’s Executive Chef Christopher Wolf

October 2014 Is it truly possible that the Holiday season is already upon us? Things have been busy at your favorite culinary school this year (that’s us :o)! Our most recent wine tasting event was a huge success, so I guess that means we’ll have to keep doing them. In fact, we may be trying to

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  • 20
  • Oct2014

October 2014 Student of the Month Profile

What It Takes To Be Great Arizona Culinary Institute’s October 2014 Student of the Month, Evan Kenmore, isn’t looking for money and fame – he just wants to keep making food that people enjoy Chef Robert Wilson, Arizona Culinary Institute’s (ACI) cofounder, has taught many student chefs over the years, but every once in a while,

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