CIM faculty and students with their medals at the 2022 Dorsey College ACF Sanctioned Competition.
Baker College’s Culinary Institute of Michigan (CIM) once again demonstrated that its students and faculty members are top competitors at a recent ACF Sanctioned Competition at Dorsey College in Roseville on March 19, 2022. Every CIM competitor earned a medal totaling seven gold, eight silver and six bronze.
The winning student and faculty competitors include:
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SP-1: Student Hot/Warm Dessert
SP-2: Student Composed Cold Dessert
SC-2: Student Patisserie/Confectionary
SWP: Student Wild Card for Pastry and Baking Skills
SW: Student Wild Card for Knife Skills
SK: Student Practical and Contemporary Hot-Food Cooking
SK-1: Student hot food categories—chicken
SP-1: Student pastry categories—warm composed dessert
KP-1: Professional Hot /Warm Plated Dessert
FP-1: Professional Pastry Mystery Basket
At ACF sanctioned competitions, chefs compete for their own individual honors with judging based upon a set standard. These competitions play a vital role in culinary arts as they continually raise the standards of culinary excellence.
The Culinary Institute of Michigan- Port Huron will be hosting the Annual Roland E. Schaeffer Culinary Classic Competition on April 22-23, 2022 where CIM dean, Thomas Recinella, CEC, AAC, will be serving as show chair and Frank C. Costantino, CEC, CCE, CCA, AAC, will be acting as lead judge. For a complete calendar of ACF Sanctioned Culinary Competitions, visit acfchefs.org.
Baker College offers culinary programs in Port Huron and Muskegon at world-class facilities built specifically for the study of culinary arts. For more information about Baker College culinary programs visit www.baker.edu/cim.