For years Raimund Hofmeister’s name has been synonymous with education. The classically trained, certified master chef ran the chef’s apprentice program for the Westin Hotels, founded the Los Angeles Culinary Institute and helped grow the culinary arts program at the Art Institute of Las Vegas as its academic director. He has been inducted into the International Food & Beverage Forum Hall of Fame at Johnson & Wales University, and last year the American Culinary ...

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