Baron H. Galand Culinary Knowledge Bowl
Showcase your school's culinary program by becoming the next national champion in the Baron H. Galand Culinary Knowledge Bowl. Student teams compete in a "Jeopardy"-style competition with questions covering topics such as nutrition, baking, culinary math, safety and sanitation, and the arts of classical and modern cooking. To compete for the national title, teams must enter and win in their respective regional competition.
2018 Secondary Competition - NEW!
The secondary competition is open to teams sponsored by an ACF chapter or an ACFEF certified secondary program and will take place on July 18, 2019 during Cook. Craft. Create. ACF Convention & Show in New Orleans. Submit an application by May 30.
All registered secondary teams will receive a complimentary Practice Edition game to prepare.
2018 Postsecondary Competition
National Championship Competition
Join us at Cook. Craft. Create. ACF Convention & Show in New Orleans, July 15-19, 2018, to watch the regional winner match wits and battle for the National Championship title.
Central - Culinary Institute of Michigan at Baker College, Muskegon, Michigan
Northeast - Westmoreland County Community College, Youngwood, Pennsylvania
Southeast - ACF Southwestern Virginia Chapter, Roanoke, Virginia
Western - Utah Valley University Culinary Arts Institute, Orem, Utah
Practice, practice, practice! Get ready for the competition with our new Baron H. Galand Culinary Knowledge Bowl – 2017 Practice Edition. This edition features 12 pre-loaded game boards with questions used in previous knowledge bowl competitions, as well as 12 customizable game boards. Purchase your copy today!
For more information, call (800) 624-9458 or email email@example.com.
"It has helped develop teamwork, memory retention, improved academics, and culinary education, not to mention the resources and connections made during the ACF conferences."
Patrick Sanecki, coach, Guilford Technical Community College, Jamestown, N.C.
"It encourages teamwork, learning, and passion throughout practices and during the competition week. Students are excited to gain more and more culinary knowledge throughout the process!"
Joanna Bryant, coach, Grayson College, Denison, Texas
"I know that our students are very proud of participating in the Knowledge Bowl, and I believe that it instills a work ethic and confidence in them that they might not get otherwise."
Meghan Roddy, CEPC, coach, Utah Valley University, Orem, Utah