Amy Shipshock

Culinary Manager, Rich Products Corporation

Chef Amy Shipshock has over 20 years of experience in the food service industry is a Certified Executive Pastry Chef with ACF and has her PC 1 through the Culinary Institute of America. Her initial love of desserts and pastries landed her in the kitchens of several fine dining restaurants, creating dessert menus and creations. Always having a passion to teach others, Amy enjoyed 10 years as the Lead Baking and Pastry instructor at Le Cordon Bleu. During her time as an instructor, she worked as a consultant for General Mills on their International dessert line and was featured regularly as a guest chef on both local and national television programs. Before coming to Rich’s, Amy worked for an international gelato company as a National Key Account Manager for some of the best known national and international yogurt, soft serve, and gelato chains.



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