Chef Morazain joins top chefs at ARAMARK competition

Chef Mathew Morazain

ARAMARK Chef Mathew Morazain demonstration cooking with fresh local produce during UBC's Okanagan campus Community Day. Morazain was among the top three Canadian chefs competing at the ARAMARK Culinary Excellence National Challenge in Florida Nov. 13.

Diners on campus have known it for a long time. Chef Mathew Morazain of UBC's Okanagan dining services is one of the best. Morazain participated in the ARAMARK Culinary Excellence (ACE) competition in Tampa, Florida, on November 13, joining fellow top Canadian chefs Daniel Poulin (McGill University) and John Horton (Carleton University).

The ACE Program recognizes and rewards outstanding chefs throughout ARAMARK higher education and provides the opportunity for the chefs to demonstrate their culinary abilities in a competitive and engaging dining environment.

More than 150 ARAMARK chefs from colleges, universities and conference centers across North America competed in the 2012 ARAMARK Culinary Excellence National Challenge, the culmination of the ACE program.