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Free Online Classes for Chefs: From Science to Food Safety
If you're looking to improve your skills and fine-tune your knowledge, here's a list of free online courses allowing you to go at a speed that suits you.
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Where to Study to Be a Chef? Inside CIA, Alma and Cordon Bleu
We compared three of the world’s elite cooking schools - CIA, Alma and Le Cordon Bleu - to see what students learn and understand how do the curricula differ.
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Italy's ALMA Launches New Program in Restaurant & Bar Management
ALMA, Italy's premier culinary institution, has launched a new program aimed at professionals in restaurant management. The course will debut January 2015.
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Southeast Asian Cooking Class 101: Vietnam
Searching for best cooking advice from chefs and grandmothers alike. Third stop: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam for banh xeo, a savory shrimp pancake.
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Southeast Asian Cooking Class 101: Malaysia
Searching for best cooking advice from chefs and grandmothers alike. Second stop: Penang, Malaysia, for a veggie version on nasi lemak, the national dish.
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Southeast Asian Cooking Class 101: Thailand
Searching for best cooking classes and culinary advice from chefs and grandmothers alike. First stop: Ao Nang, Thailand for an adventure in curry pastes.
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Feast, A New Online Cooking School
Want to learn how to cook in the comfort of your own home? Check out Feast, an online cooking school that aims to help you chop onions like a boss.
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Cook More, Work Better: Team Building At The Stoves
It’s one of the last frontiers in global team building: the “in the kitchen” version brings co-workers together at the stoves, to reinforce the teamwork dynamic
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How to Cook Stem-to-Root: Workshops in New York
Cooking without waste is a priority for many these days and now there's workshops to show you how to optimise your produce in the kitchen.
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Cooking Schools: Where to Learn the Best Gourmet Secrets
From Italy to Australia, FDL takes a tour of some of the world's best cooking schools: an opportunity to learn what expert chefs know and are willing to share
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Top Sydney Cooking Schools
With amazing produce right under your nose, what better way to immerse yourself in all Sydney has to offer, than to learn from the best?
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Pachacútec, a Cookery School in the Desert of Peru
Just a two-hour drive away from Lima, the Pachacútec Culinary Institute is a project that lies close to chef Gaston Acurio’s heart
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Cooking School in the Tuscan Castle | Gallery
In an enchanted location, the chance to learn Tuscan cooking in a 12th Century castle. With produce from the garden and ingredients from local producers
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Learning to Cook Organic at Daylesford Cooking School
Daylesford is a cookery school and a farm just an hour by train from London: a fine dining and sustainable idea of food.
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Le Cordon Bleu: A Century Old Cooking School in Paris
Le Cordon Bleu is a culinary arts school established in Paris in 1895 by Marthe Diste who published the magazine La Cuisiniere