Granlibakken Tahoe Chef Ron Eber named ACF Chef of the Year
TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Granlibakken Tahoe’s Executive Chef Ron Eber has received recognition once again for his culinary innovativeness and expertise.
Chef Ron has been working as the Executive Chef of Granlibakken Tahoe since 1978, and has wowed guests with his innovative cuisine as well as his adaptability to new trends and dietary needs.
Chef Ron takes great pride in his work, and is constantly striving to create new dishes and to remain involved in the local culinary community in Northern California. He has received numerous accolades and awards for his work, both regionally and statewide.
The American Culinary Federation High Sierra Chapter was founded in 1976. Its goal is to promote and improve the quality of the food industry in the Northern California and Western Nevada regions.
The ACF High Sierra Chapter serves to connect chefs in the region, while fostering educational and promotional programs for the culinary industry. As a member of the ACF High Sierra Chapter, Chef Ron has engaged in dialogue with other chefs about how to remain current in the industry, and has also served as a mentor and a friend to many local chefs.
Chef Ron Eber was nominated for Chef of the Year for his long-standing relationship with the ACF, as well as his culinary acumen.
Jay Rathmann, Chapter President of the ACF High Sierra Chapter, says, “Chef Eber has been a member of the ACF High Sierra Chefs Association since 1988 and has achieved and excelled at his profession in that time. We are students our entire life and having chefs like Chef Eber helping to educate, mentor and elevate our profession to new standards and levels is what the Chef of the Year award is about. Chef Eber has dedicated his life to our profession and for that reason we as the High Sierra Chefs Association chose Chef Ron Eber as the Chef of the Year.”
This article was provided to the NNBV by Granlibakken Tahoe; go to http://www.granlibakken.com to learn more.
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