Austin, Texas (PRWEB) March 25, 2013
The Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts located at 6020-B Dillard Circle in Austin, Texas will expand its culinary offerings to non-diploma seeking students and clientele by adding a variety of activities in its newly formed “Culinary Adventures” Program.
“Culinary Adventures” at the Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts will be led by Special Events Manager, Nancy Marr. Formerly a Sales Specialist and Cooking School Instructor at Central Market’s Cooking School, Nancy will focus on corporate events, private parties, continuing education and recreational cooking classes.
Expert chefs and staff from the Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts will lead guests through epicurean adventures such as fully catered events in the school’s 9,000 square foot outdoor garden, team- building exercises where groups are given mystery baskets and charged with the task of working together to create sit-down feasts, and chef guided hands-on cooking lessons such as Knife Skills or Pastry Basics. Each aspect of the program will utilize the school’s current facilities which include four commercial kitchens, community dining room, and beautifully constructed garden with seating for up to 100 guests. Through “Culinary Adventures” at the Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts, the public will have an opportunity to experience the school’s commitment to seasonal and sustainable cooking in a personable and professional environment.
“We are excited to welcome Nancy to our team and the initiatives she will implement at our school. We look forward to growing our community relationships through special events, team building exercises and classes for food enthusiasts,” said Paul Ryan, President of the Auguste Escoffier Schools of Culinary Arts.
About the Auguste Escoffier Schools of Culinary Arts
The Auguste Escoffier Schools of Culinary Arts offer professional culinary arts programs based on the methods, principles and systems of Auguste Escoffier, the international culinary icon and the source of modern cooking. Students have the opportunity to learn history and context directly from the Escoffier family, as well as from expert chef instructors.
The Schools’ Culinary Arts and Pastry Arts certificate programs offer rigorous industry skills training, as well as, grounding in the standards of professionalism and excellence sought by employers. Campuses are located in Austin, Texas and Boulder, Colorado.
Nancy Marr, Special Events Manager
Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts
512-451-5743, 512-294-3410 cell, nmarr(at)escoffier(dot)edu