Wayne Harley Brachman

Wayne Harley Brachman is a renowned American pastry chef, who is best known for his association with the famous “The Firebird” restaurant, where he worked till 2005.

 

Professional Life of Brachman

Before becoming “Chef Wayne Harley Brachman,” Brachman was an orchestra teacher at a junior high and his first break came when a Massachusetts restaurant offered him a pastry job on losing their chef. The self taught chef then, landed the job of a pastry chef at The Odeon in NYC after which, he joined Arizona 206. The next major breakthrough in the culinary career of Wayne Harley Brachman arrived when the Mesa Grill and Bolo absorbed him as their Executive Pastry Chef where he teamed up with ace chef Bobby Flay.

 

Achievements of Chef Brachman

In 1998, Wayne Harley Brachman was declared by the Chocolatier Magazine as one among the "Best 10 Pastry Chefs."

 

Popular Media Shows by Brachman

Wayne Harley Brachmanco-hosts “The Melting Pot” and presently also appears for the “Sweet Dreams” program, both aired on Food Network.

 

Cookbooks by Chef Brachman

American Desserts: The Greatest Sweets on Earth– This cookbook by Wayne Harley Brachman is a collection of various new and old American desserts.

 

Cakes and Cowpokes– Published in 1995 by William Morrow, this cookbook by Chef Wayne Harley Brachmanexplores various desserts from the Southwest.

 

Retro Desserts– A 2000 William Morrow publication, this cookbook teaches various classic American recipes.

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