MapleCreek welcomes Chef Tyson

by John Elmore 3. November 2010 11:30

Chef Tyson Scaife is excited to be at MapleCreek. He arrived from Pennsylvania with a wide variety of fine dining experience and lots of energy. “My grandparents came from Germany, and they and my mom were great cooks,” he said. The family had a garden and cooked everything from scratch. He and his brothers helped in the kitchen. While in culinary school, he worked at a fine dining restaurant that “served 42 varieties of fish, prepared any way you like.” He also participated on a hot foods team for American Culinary Federation food competitions in Canada, Germany, and all over the United States. Eventually, he became the executive sous-chef for Ramada Worldwide in State College, PA. Before coming to MapleCreek, he was executive chef at Passavant Retirement Community, a Lutheran senior living community in Zelienople, PA. Chef Tyson has some great ideas for the eating pleasure of residents, staff and visitors, including a new menu at The Terraces Café starting Nov. 15. Good food awaits you at MapleCreek. Come and enjoy.

For more about Chef Tyson and the great food ideas coming to MapleCreek, click here.

 

 

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