Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel Honors 2018 Chefs Hall of Fame Inductees

Chef John Hogan, Chef Mindy Segal, and Restaurateur Fred Hoffmann Each Given a Day of Honor in Chicago
Chef John Hogan

Chef John Hogan, Chef Mindy Segal, and Restaurateur Fred Hoffmann Each Given a Day of Honor in Chicago


Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel has proclaimed February 15, 2018, to be “Fred Hoffmann Day in Chicago”; February 16, 2018, to be “Chef Mindy Segal Day in Chicago”; and February 17, 2018, to be “Chef John Hogan Day in Chicago”; all leading up to their inductions into the Chicago Culinary Museum and Chefs Hall of Fame https://www.thechicagoculinarymuseum.org/.

All three culinary innovators will be formally inducted at an event open to the public on Saturday, February 17, 2017, at The Palmer House Hilton located at 17 East Monroe in Chicago from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. The induction ceremony will precede the For the Love Of Chocolate http://ftloc.org Foundation’s thirteenth annual fundraiser, and tickets purchased for the Chefs Hall of Fame induction event will include attendance at Whimsy: A Dessert Dream Brought to Life http://ftloc.org/event/whimsy-dessert-dream-brought-life, until midnight. Tickets are now on sale for $175 per person. Tickets may be purchased at www.thechicagoculinarymuseum.org or www.ftloc.org. When purchasing, choose the Chef’s Hall of Fame ticket option to attend both events.

Fred Hoffman
Fred Hoffman
Previous inductees into the Chefs Hall of Fame include the late Chef Charlie Trotter in 2006, Chef Jimmy Bannos in 2007, Chef Rick Bayless in 2008, Chef Carrie Nahabedian in 2009, Chef Art Smith in 2010, Chef Priscilla Satkoff in 2011, Chef Graham Elliot with Chef Jacquy Pfeiffer in 2012, Chef Paul Kahan, Chef Alain Roby, Richard Melman, Chef Hans Aeschbacher, the late Chef Jean Banchet, and the late Chef Louis Szathmary in 2013, Chef Stephanie Izard, Chef Gale Gand, Chef Michael Kornick, Phil Stefani, and Larry Levy in 2014, and Chef Tony Mantuano, Chef Judy Contino, Chef J. Joho, Georges “Kiki” Cuisance, Steve Lombardo and Hugo Ralli in 2015, Chef Fabio Viviani, Chef S├ębastien Canonne, Chef Pierre Pollin, Jim Kallas, and Charlie Mok in 2017.

About the Chicago Culinary Museum and Chefs Hall of Fame:


A 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded in 2006 by Chef John Kaufmann and the late Chef John Castro, the Chicago Culinary Museum and Chefs Hall of Fame was created to celebrate the achievements and contributions of Chicago chefs, food manufacturers, restaurateurs, and hoteliers while promoting and celebrating Chicago as a culinary mecca. Now back under the wing of the American Culinary Federation Chefs and Culinary Professionals of Chicagoland http://ccpchicagoland.org/, its primary goal is to raise funds for scholarships for up-and-coming chefs. For more information on the Chicago Culinary Museum and Chefs Hall of Fame, please visit www.thechicagoculinarymuseum.org.


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