An Exploration of Fermentation and Lamination
Two-Day CAPS Workshop
Join Zachary Golper for a fermentation and lamination workshop through our Center for Advanced Pastry Studies (CAPS)! CAPS is designed for current industry professionals, offering single- and multi-day continuing education workshops taught by master chefs and critically acclaimed artists from all over the world. At CAPS, you will refine your skills, learn new and innovative techniques, and expand your current repertoire with hands-on classes among peers. What's more, all CAPS classes are approved for American Culinary Federation-certified education hours.
In this two-day workshop, students will examine a hands-on approach to bread and viennoiserie involving a multitude of fermentation methods, preferment blending, grain blending, and alternative and traditional enrichments. Simultaneously learn (one on one) advanced lamination methods with personalized criticisms and advice designed to give you an edge in the competitive realm of viennoiserie.
About Zachary Golper
Zachary Golper is the owner of Bien Cuit in Brooklyn. A four-time semifinalist for the James Beard Award for Best Baker, Zachary has an extensive background in the bread and pastry arts. He's worked with world champion bakers and pastry chefs, as well as an M.O.F. (Meilleurs Ouvriers de France: Best Craftsmen of France), and helped open Bakery Nouveau in Seattle and the bakery at M Resort in Las Vegas. Zachary was also recruited to re-create the menu and restructure the baking operation for Le Bec Fin in Philadelphia. In 2011, he moved to New York to open Bien Cuit and in 2015, he published his first cookbook, "Bien Cuit: The Art of Bread."
- Current Mod 4 Students can use class credits and receive 15% off
- Alumni (PA and CA) can use class credits and receive 15% off
- Referral: Sign up with a co-worker or friend and receive 20% off both registration fees
- Sign up for more than one CAPS class in a calendar year & get 15% off subsequent classes
Please note: ICE's dress code requires all students to wear black, khaki or checkered pants, a chef's coat and black closed-toe shoes. There are no exceptions. Students who come to class without a chef's coat will be required to purchase one from the Admissions Department.
Questions? Contact Chef Kathryn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (800)-522-4610 to learn more.
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