Tim Healea Named StarChefs Rising Star

ICE Alumni Round-Up

ICE alumni continually achieve amazing things in many aspects of the culinary world. From running thriving specialty food stores to writing popular food books, ICE alumni often win accolades and receive attention for their success. Check out just some of the graduates making recent headlines. 

Gail Simmons (Culinary, ’99) new book, "Talking with my Mouth Full," was featured in an article in The Globe and Mail.

Recipes from Geila Hocherman’s (Culinary, ’99) Kosher Revolution were included in an article that appeared in a variety of outlets, such as The Vancouver Sun and The Montreal Gazette.

Rick Larsen (Culinary/Management, ’08), sous chef at Bar Americain, was part of Team Bobby Flay on "Iron Chef America" this April.

Tim Healea (Culinary, ’98) was named a StarChefs Rising Star for his bakery Little T American Baker in Portland, Oregon.

Modern Filipino restaurant Maharlika was up for Best International Eats as part of Time Out New York’s 2012 Food & Drink Awards. Miguel Trinidad (Culinary, ’07) is the restaurant's executive chef. 

Ceci Carmichael (Culinary, ’97), one of the food experts on "Home Made Simple" on the Oprah Winfrey Network, has launched a cooking and food website, Swell Food.

As profiled in Edible East End, Michael Avella’s (Culinary, ’03/Management, ’04) Love Lane Kitchen in Mattituck, Long Island, recently expanded into an adjacent space known as Love Lane Market.

Anup Joshi's (Culinary, ’04) recipe for Sambhar was featured on Tasting Table.

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