Here is a collection of some of our favourite cooking schools and classes in american cities:
Each cooking class at A Cook’s Cafe begins with an overview of the evening’s activities followed by a demonstration of required skills and lastly a hands-on lesson in the kitchen.
At Maverick top chefs from the area teach participants about Lowcountry cooking.
Chicago World Kitchen offers a diversity of classes on ethnic cuisines in a state-of-the-art kitchen.
The Chopping Block has created ‘crash courses’ for those who want to learn cooking basics, and those who are seeking to improve their skills.
The Wooden Spoon is a family-owned shop offering cooking classes with custom designed appliances.
Las Vegas, NV
Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Las Vegas offers cooking classes covering the culinary gamut from vegetarian cuisine to Thai to Southwest Thanksgiving.
Master Sushi Chef, Chef Osamu ‘Fuji’ Fujita of Lowes Lake LasVegas Resort personally conducts two-hour sushi classes every Saturday, educating participants about traditional Tokyo and Osaka-style Japanese cuisine in a hands-on environment.
New York, NY
Karen Lee’s in-home cooking classes highlight health-conscious recipes, often with a focus on the Asian influence.
Julie Sahni’s Indian Cooking School teaches the art of Indian cuisine.
Each cooking class at In Good Taste includes wine pairing as part of the dining experience.
Oregon Culinary Institute differentiates itself from others by focusing on the techniques of cooking. A variety of different levels of classes are offered.
Sur La Table offers three series as a part of their cooking course: knife introduction, cooking methods and recipes and techniques.
At Sweet Basil Gourmet Cooking School visitors get a chance to learn about global cuisine by working alongside professionally-trained chefs.
At Zola a state-of-the-art test kitchen is the scene for cooking classes with themes such as Cheap Eats to Beat the Heat, Making Paella and Homemade Mozarella.
by Nadia Mohammad