The Culinary Institute of America presented four foodservice professionals with its annual leadership awards last week. The Augie Award, named for chef Auguste Escoffier, who codified traditional French cuisine at the beginning of the 20th century, was awarded this year to three chefs and an entrepreneur. Daniel Humm, chef-owner of Eleven Madison Park and NoMad in New York City, received the award for professional excellence and innovation. RELATED • MenuMasters: Meet the ...
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