Kirk Bachmann - How Does a Great Cook Become a Chef?
Join Chef Kirk Bachmann for a discussion of the way in which a smooth, well run kitchen actually operates.
There’s a lot of moving parts, and it’s a thing of beauty to watch a dynamic team execute in an environment that sometimes looks like in chaos.
Kirk will share some secrets on how to excel and get closer to becoming a Chef
About Kirk Bachmann
Kirk Bachmann previously served as the President of the Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts in Boulder, Colorado. He holds a Master’s degree in education, is a Certified Executive Chef and a member of the American Academy of Chefs.
Kirk is a 4th generation chef who spent 18 years implementing culinary, pastry and hospitality programs as the Vice President of Education for Le Cordon Bleu Schools North America. He began his culinary career in the pastry kitchen of his father, a master pastry chef. After graduating from the University of Oregon, Kirk went on to receive his formal culinary training at Western Culinary Institute, in Portland, Oregon. He was later a chef instructor at Western Culinary Institute.
Kirk’s role with Rouxbe will be instrumental in helping to expand the scope of enterprise and industry training services offered by Rouxbe. He also serves as a lead instructor in Rouxbe courses.