From Thomas Keller's MasterClass

Six Disciplines of Success

Learn the six disciplines that were critical to Chef Keller’s success early in his career, plus how you can apply them in your professional or home kitchen.

Topics include: Organization • Efficiency • Critical Feedback • Repetition • Teamwork

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Learn the six disciplines that were critical to Chef Keller’s success early in his career, plus how you can apply them in your professional or home kitchen.

Topics include: Organization • Efficiency • Critical Feedback • Repetition • Teamwork

Thomas Keller

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Fundamental techniques. Fantastic food.

Thomas Keller has won more Michelin stars than any chef in America. In his first online cooking class, the founder of The French Laundry and Per Se teaches you the underlying techniques of making great food so you can go beyond the cookbook. Learn how to confit vegetables, poach perfect eggs, make hand-shaped pasta, and bring Michelin star-quality meals to your kitchen.

Reviews

4.7
Students give MasterClass an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

I learned more about Cooking and Culture! :D I agree with Chef Thomas Keller that cooking to better the lives of friends and family is best! :D Thank you Thomas! :D

What a privilege to get to listen and learn from Thomas Keller. His humble, yet, respectful approach to not only cuisine but is culinary narrative was captivating, he is a true storyteller. I look forward to practicing these lessons almost as much as I look forward to dining at Bouchon or French Laundry.

I have enjoyed Thomas Kellers Masterclass immensely. It has re-ignited by desire to nuture people through cooking. It has encouraged me to continue to work on my techniques of refinement. I am excited about what I can continue to learn through practicing his lessons and more importantly, understanding his philosophy on food. Thank you!

Phenomenal class! Thomas Keller gives clear directions and breaks steps down into manageable parts. Extremely organized and thorough. Well done!

Comments

Martha K.

I really enjoyed the lessons I was able to get to play, but this one and others just show a spiraling circle when I click on them. There's no apparent way to report this type of technical glitch through the MAsterclass website and it's been this way for a couple of days....

NIKI F.

I loved this lesson. So creative and the end result is so appetizing. Must try this recipe. Not sure with my saute skills for flipping the gnocci. I'll be spending a lot of time on the floor picking up the gnocci!

Wowie

Truly inspiring... I don't know how to cook at all and yet I have this urge to start working on it today. Thank you for showing me how fun it could be :-)

Susan

Thank you Chef Keller, I have learnt a lot in this class. You are a great teacher and my favourite Master Chef! Thank you thank you thank you!!!

Bart R.

Mr. Keller 6 disciplines of Success = UNIVERSAL for Success.... You can use it also at your worklife or in a sporting discipline ... Try to polish the diamond is not easy, but with these 6 disciplines, which also mean hard work but also fun, you'll manage it ... Cooking is great & cooking like the masters is topsport!

Mary S D.

Ohh look what I cooked for Christmas ! Basically the first half of the course. Made the bernaise sauce yesterday with the rib roast

Christine A.

You have given me new things to try. Learned a lot, can't wait to get started.

A fellow student

I particularly appreciated your discussion on repetition. I need to continue the practice.

Jeanine K.

Loved this class. I've glazed carrots for the first time today and made the fabulous beet salad. I am so looking forward to using everything I've learned. One of my favorite things was the suggestion to "declutter" the kitchen. I got rid of the drawer full of pan lids and bought the universal lids. Also got rid of every single gadget. I had a box full and most had never been used, or only used once.

Jerry F.

One of my rituals is taking this Masterclass every Sunday morning with some coffee. Slowly, but surely. What an enjoyable experience! Isn't it nice to do something online where you actually learn something, and the comments section is full of positive comments instead of bickering? Looking forward to my next class, and continuing to use the skills I learned in this one.