Cooking Classes in Easton


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  • Young Chef's Academy
    Young Chefs Academy provides a fun, safe, and motivational environment for kids to become acquainted with food and food presentation. Engaging chefstructors instill lessons of kitchen etiquette and safety in youngsters, giving them a gourmet guidebook for their future journey into the land of food. Classes educate a variety of age groups; classes for the kindercooks and junior chefs let kids follow a recipe to edible fruition, creating a nutritional meal while mastering basic food-prep skills. Senior chefs are offered advanced classes that hone specific skills and techniques to expand the parameters of cooking creativity.
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    5 Jill Ct
    Hillsborough, NJ US
  • Heirloom Kitchen
    Everything at Heirloom Kitchen?a recreational cooking school and retail boutique?is so pretty that customers will want to touch just about everything. The retail portion of the store is beautifully, carefully curated by mother-daughter team Judy Rosenblum and Neilly Robinson, who lay out sparkling French pots and pans, brightly colored table settings, and shining hand-forged knives with an eye to interior design.? Also on-site, a fully equipped demonstration kitchen plays host to an array of informative cooking classes and chef table dinners. Designed to highlight the best of the seasons, as well as focused, artisanal processes, the sessions give students hands-on experience crafting dishes, and they can also sample wines while they work. Lesson topics vary throughout the month, and can sometimes include tips on how to brew the perfect cup of coffee, stretch homemade mozzarella curds and cook up from scratch dumplings and pho.
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    3853 Route 516
    Old Bridge Township, NJ US
  • JNA Institute of Culinary Arts
    Whether pursuing a life as a professional cook or a behind-the-scenes mover in culinary arts and restaurant management, the students at JNA Institute of Culinary Arts have honed their craft with professionalism and skill for more than 20 years. Students learn real-world lessons in a demanding professional setting, from running a kitchen to pleasing food critics with menus sung in four-part harmony. JNA shows off the fruits of these labors at its onsite restaurant, where the food is both prepared and served by students. The restaurant boasts a seasonal menu, gracing plates with items that have ranged from housemade gelato to cornmeal-dusted scallops.
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    1212 S Broad St.
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • The Restaurant School
    The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College provides culinary instructions to students who wish to work in fine dining establishments and the hospitality industry. As part of its program the school offers trips each year to regions of the world that are known for their food and wine. Past trips have included the Tour of France, the Hospitality Tour of England and the Hospitality Florida Resort and Cruise Tour. The school teaches students everything from the most practical aspects of the job to secrets of the industry. Students can receive an Associates Degree and Bachelor of Science degree in Pastry Arts, Culinary Arts, and Restaurant Management. The Associates Degree program is 18 months long and must be successfully completed before a student can sign up for the BS degree program. Requirements for admission include a high school diploma or GED, a goal statement, SAT scores, your high school transcript, letters of recommendation and a personal interview. The school is located at 4207 Walnut Street in Philadelphia, PA.
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    4207 Walnut Street
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Mother of Cakes
    Skilled cake decorators and sugar manipulators lead classes at Mother of Cakes, teaching at-home bakers how to create lavish desserts for special occasions. Some of their sweet and savvy talents have landed them televised appearances on Cake Boss, Food Network Challenge, and Shipping Wars. Their students tackle hands-on sessions that range in subject matter, from cake fundamentals for beginners to advanced courses that teach budding artists how to mold whimsical creations such as edible shoes.
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    1038 Trexlertown Rd.
    Breinigsville, PA US
  • Carlow Cookery
    The food lovers at Carlow Cookery see every customer who walks through their doors as a chef. Total novices might start with a basic cooking-techniques class to learn the difference between poaching and braising, then move on to special topics such as Thai cooking or spice rubs. Resident chefs can even teach you how to shop: occasional bus tours take guided excursions into New York gourmet oases ranging from Italian specialty shops to Chelsea Market. Of course, some customers might just need a cookware update to maximize their potential. For them, there are shelves stocked with small appliances, cutlery, and other neat tools from brands including Le Creuset and Kaiser.
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    432 North Main Street
    Doylestown, PA US

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