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Chef Justin Johnson has been nominated for a National Restaurant Association Award.

Honors for Chef Johnson


OnMilwaukee.com contributor Chef Justin Johnson has been nominated for a National Restaurant Association Award, and has been invited to participate in the Culinary Institute of America's Masters program.

Johnson was nominated for a National Restaurant Association Award in the category of "Operator Innovations in Sustainability" for his work with Watertown Regional Medical Center.

He was hired in April 2012 to help the medical center develop a new approach to food service with an emphasis on local sourcing and sustainability. The project resulted in the creation of a large garden, the remodeling of the cafeteria and kitchen, and a new curriculum to teach food service staff to think like chefs.

He has also been selected from over 3,000 chefs nationwide to participate in the CIA's Culinary Enrichment and Innovation Program. He is one of only 16 chefs in the country to be selected.

OnMilwaukee.com wrote a profile of Johnson, who has also worked as executive chef at Hotel Metro, in 2011.

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JustinJohnson79 | Feb. 11, 2013 at 8:11 p.m. (report)

Your math is pretty poor actually. I count six articles and really, only two of them are actually articles. The rest are quick mentions and/or career updates.

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blurondo | Feb. 9, 2013 at 12:10 p.m. (report)

If I'm counting correctly, this is the ninth article about this guy in just over two years. Is he paying you or is he married to someone at OnMilwaukee?

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