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Synonyms for Aken

a city in western Germany near the Dutch and Belgian borders

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Norman Van Aken is the owner and chef of NORMAN's in Coral Gables and Orlando, Florida, and the new NORMAN'S on Sunset, in Los Angeles.
Never forgetting his grassroots heritage, Van Aken has been a champion of farmers.
In his kitchen, Van Aken points to his reliance on certain ingredients that are staple items, including processed tomatoes from California.
We are extremely pleased to work with such a world-renowned Chef as Norman Van Aken as he brings his New World Cuisine to California," says Ross Siragusa, president and CEO of the California Tomato Growers Association.
As he opens NORMAN'S Los Angeles, we welcome Norman Van Aken to California.
Truly one of America's greatest chefs, Norman Van Aken recently opened Norman's Los Angeles bringing the New World Cuisine of his world famous Florida restaurants, Norman's and Mundo in Miami and Orlando, Florida, to the West Coast.
It usually takes three or four attempts due to weather," Akens said.
We've provided $2,000 to $3,000 worth of scholarships each of the past several years," Akens said.
Besides managing the daily operations of his Bookcliff location, Akens serves as Chairman of the Advisory Council for the Transportation Services Technology Department of the Unified Technical Education Campus (UTEC) of Mesa State College and Mesa County School District #51.
In nominating Akens, David Stanfield, general manager, NAPA Denver Distribution Center, said, "Mike has a passion for the auto parts business and understands the needs of his customers.
Akens is certified in the P-1, P-2, P-3, and P9 ASE parts specialist categories, with certifications in manual drive train and axles and brakes.
Akens reported that introduction of the Kupp to the U.
It is feasible," Akens said, "that the compactness and unique design of the Kupp could result in sales exceeding 100 million units annually for the military alone.
In the commercial field, Akens reported that a test market with its "Soup du Jour" four-pack containing four collapsible Kupps, each with its own dry soup base and spoon in a shrink-wrapped package, is set to begin in the near future with the Albertson's supermarket chain.
Va-based paper and cardboard company, is manufacturing the Kupp and is expected to continue in its co-packer role, Akens said.