The Association of Chinese Cooking Teachers will be celebrating our 30th Year! Come join ACCT for all the fun and interesting "social eating" we do. Program Committee is working on a great lineup. Suggestions, contact us!
(All Events are Subject to Change)
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Sunday, January 26th, 2014
Chinese New Year at Chef Wok's
1821 Webster St.
Founder's Day - Chef Chu's
Roman Holiday at Colosseo
North Beach, SF
Chef Chu's, Los Gatos (Limit 100)
Palace Korean Buffet
Chef Hung's Toishan
SF (Limit 30)
Brazilian BBQ-Buffet or Borobudur Indonesian (Limit 30)
Diwali Muslim Malay
Christmas Dinner at China Stix
The Association of Chinese Cooking Teachers (ACCT) is a registered educational 501(c)(3) non-profit organization promoting the cuisines and cultures of Asia. ACCT provides a forum for food professionals, food enthusiasts, and culinary students to network and exchange information and ideas. Learn more about ACCT . . .
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Passing of May C. Mullen (1929-2014)
May was one of the founding
members of ACCT and also very active in the Chinese American Women's Club. She was such a dedicated, smart lady who had ran many of ACCT's Joong Making Workshops and more. She and Rose Chang taught Chinese cooking classes at the Adult School for many years. May Mullen was always helpful and assisted everyone.
Published in San Jose Mercury News on February 26, 2014: May C. Mullen, Resident of San Jose & Oakdale. May Com Mullen (84) now joins her husband, "Jerry" (James G. Mullen) after quietly passing on February 22, 2014 in Oakdale, CA. She leaves behind four children, Karen Rodgers, Linda (Brian) Rokita, Dennis Mullen (Bill), and Dan Mullen; six beloved grandchildren, Joshua Mullen, Jessica Mullen, Danika Andrews, Cody Rodgers, Jerald Rokita, and Daniel (DJ) Mullen; and six great-grandchildren, Meilia Mullen, Jasmine Mullen, Camryn Mullen, Ava Andrews, Natalie Andrews and Garrett Miller. May is also survived by her devoted and loving brother, Joe F. Young and numerous nieces, nephews and friends. Her career included 35 years with the San Jose Mercury News and teaching Chinese Cooking for the MAEP. She is renowned for her infamous Chinese chicken salad dressing (enclosed). May was very active with the Santa Clara Ballet, the Chinese American Women's Club (CAWC), and many other community functions. She enjoyed family gatherings, loved all animals and is affectionately remembered as "Auntie May". We will miss her "free spirit", her generous love and flirtatious nature. Her joyful outlook and loving presence shall remain in our hearts forever. A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, March 1 from 2 pm - 5 pm at the SJPOA Hall, 1151 N. 4th St., San Jose, 95112. In lieu of
flowers, donations to your favorite charity will be appreciated. May Mullen will be missed.