Army chefs

Taste of Chicago

See the Army's premier chefs during the country's biggest food festival, July 10th - 14th.

Army Chefs versus Robert Irvine

Who will come out on top?

Taste of Chicago is a yearly food extravaganza and cookoff held every July in the heart of the Windy City. This year, our chefs will be participating in a cookoff with celebrity chef and talk show host Robert Irvine.


If you're interested in becoming a chef, there is no better opportunity to ply your cooking skills than becoming an Army Soldier. The Army takes food preparation and distribution seriously, that's why the 92G culinary specialist MOS is regarded as one of the most important jobs in the Army.
 

Learn more about starting a career in the culinary arts with the Army.

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Join us Saturday July 13th

Grant Park
594 South Columbus Drive

The battles begins at noon.

Chef Robert Irvine

Chef Robert Irvine

Robert Irvine uses his success to show an endless support of our nation’s military. Find out more about him and his ties to the military on his site. http://www.RobertIrvineFoundation.org

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Want a career in the culinary arts?

Culinary Specialist (92G)

The culinary specialist is primarily responsible for the preparation and service of food in field or garrison food service operations.

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