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Trio of Pages

We’ve got some new pages this week.

The objective of these pages is to go over local educational programs.

Some schools give degrees or classes in the culinary arts. There is a list of schools on each of these pages of Nebraska, Nevada or New Hampshire.

Some institutions just present a combination of courses, while others have a degree program.

If applying to a school in one of these states appeals to you, you can head to that page now:
NE classes
NV options
NH choices

Do you want to tell us about some decent college that was mistakenly left off this list?

This Weeks Pages

We just uploaded three new pages to our website.

These new pages are about Montana, Mississippi and Missouri, and the schools in those states.

A list of places that offer cooking courses are featured at these pages.

Hopefully, you can find some interesting choices.

If you are interested, you may check those pages out right here:
Cooking in MT
Cooking in MS
Cooking in MO

Did you attend a cooking class and like to add a quick review? Just let us know.

Attend school in the Gopher State

We have a whole new Minnesota page.

This new post is about MN public and private schools.

One important area of this page is the form that allows readers to input their email and to collect information from some of the local colleges that have the sort of diploma they are trying to find.

This page lists institutions that supply web-based classes along with in-class teaching.

That page is ready, so if you want to, you may go to it here.

Should you have some type of background attending a college in the upper Midwest, we are certainly interested in hearing about it.

Cooking in MI

Michigan students now have a fast way to learn more about education alternatives in their state. We’ve come up with a new page about this theme.

This new page is all about universities in the Michigan area.

You can find a brief list of schools on this page. Those colleges deliver professional education in the culinary arts.

You’ll find quite a few differences from any one university to the next concerning tuition amounts, degree levels, majors offered, and course schedules, so be sure to evaluate them.

This is where the MI page is, and it is online and ready for you to have a look at it now.

Do you have any kind of past experience taking classes at any of these institutions? If so, you can let us know about it.

Study in MA

We have built a new page for our site yesterday.

We now have a page about cooking training in Massachusetts.

There are a number of institutions that present some level of culinary training listed at this page.

A brief discussion with a school admissions expert is the fast approach to find out whether a specific college suits you.

You can see that page by clicking this MA class link.

If you have any ideas for additional Boston or Massachusetts area schools, tell us.

Latest Pages

If you have thought of going to a university in either Maine or Maryland, we have a few posts which could interest you.

These freshest pages are centered on Maryland and Maine schools and vocation training.

There are universities and other schools that offer cooking classes. These pages have a list of these types of classes.

You will find a number of differences from one school to the next involving tuition, degrees, majors offered, and class schedules, so be sure to review them.

If attending any school appeals to you, you could see those pages now by visiting MD Classes or ME Classes.

If the class you took isn’t on our short list yet, you can tell us about it.

More Page Options

We have a few more new posts ready on our site right now.

On these pages, we investigate Louisiana and Kentucky education options.

Along with including a little info about this education topic, these pages also have a place where you can include your contact info. These details would be forwarded to the school that you would like to learn more information about.

There are a variety of different schools on these pages.

If you are looking at attending a college in Kentucky, you could see more at this KY page or this LA page for Louisiana.

In case you have some background going to a college in either of these states, we are certainly interested in hearing about it.

Cooking in KS

I have written another article for our site.

There is now a page about chef education options in Kansas.

We have a list of local colleges at this page along with some that have classes for chefs and cooks in training.

You will find old-fashioned campus-style schools together with schools that offer online courses.

This page is able to be checked out, right here.

Is your old school not on that list for some reason? Let us know.

For Iowa Residents

We have refreshed our website today with a new page.

This page is for those who want to attend an Iowa school.

We have constructed this page to include a section where readers can leave their name and contact info for certain schools. Admission officers from these universities might then call them back with details about their program and answer any questions the reader may have.

The best way to determine which institution is right for you is to talk to an admissions specialist. They can very quickly discuss with you some of your ideal alternatives and deliver their individual opinions.

You can get going working towards your new degree by visiting that IA page.

If you have already gone to a college here in Iowa, our website would enjoy reading about your experience there.

Local School Page

The latest page on our website is a page pertaining to education in the Indiana area.

Culinary career training options are the focus of this page.

Visitors to this page can quickly find a few of the popular Indiana institutions and check out the degree programs and courses they have.

The education choices available at these colleges varies, so you should consider each school carefully.

If you have an interest in this subject, you can go to that IN page right here.

Do you have any previous experience going to any of these schools? If so, you could let us know about it.

Illinois Students

We have set up a new post on the website.

Enrolling at a college in Illinois is what this new page is about.

You can check out our listings of local schools that supply cooking classes.

Several of the schools mentioned are very well-known, while others may be smaller private and focused career instruction centers.

Go ahead and check this page out here – Schools in IL.

Let us know in case you have any opinions regarding the schools shown there.

Our Newest Two Pages

We have a few new posts today.

Hawaii and Idaho cooking schools and professional coaching institutions are what these posts are committed to.

The main object of these two pages is to show a brief list of schools that offer training in the culinary arts.

Some institutions are old fashioned campus-based schools, but one or two may have classes online.

Readers could check out those pages by clicking here — HI schools or ID schools.

Did you graduate from a chef training school and like to give a quick review? Just tell us about it.

Newest Article

I have posted another article for our site.

We tried to focus this page on career training alternatives around Georgia.

You can check out our short list of local colleges that provide culinary training.

Speaking to an admissions representative over the phone can help you with your questions and decide which particular institutions are the suitable choices for your future career needs.

You will see that page by clicking on this GA school link.

Did you attend a college that isn’t on this list? Tell us about it.

Down in Florida

The newest page addition on our site is focused on Florida.

Career training opportunities all over the state is the aim of this page.

Colleges that have classes in the culinary arts are on a list at the bottom of this page.

You can find campus-based universities in addition to online institutions.

If going to a cooking school in Florida appeals to you, you may browse that page right now. Check out FL schools.

If you wish to share a quick review of your previous experience with any one of these universities, we would be interested in reading about it.

Latest Updates

Over the past couple of weeks, we have published three new pages.

Each of these pages represents the schools of one state or another.

The three states on these pages include California, Colorado and Connecticut.

You can visit any of these pages here:


For Arkansas

Today’s new page is for students who wish to study in Arkansas.

This new page shows some of the schools that offer culinary training either in Arkansas, physically close to it, or through an online option of coursework.

Good cooking schools can be difficult to find, but you should be able to locate one that will work well for you.



AZ Schools

We have put up a new page today that is dedicated to Arizona cooking schools.

This page, which we have smartly titled Cooking Schools in Arizona, talks about some of the better-known schools in the state.

But it also mentions some of the other options, such as online classes, that local students can enroll in.



Alaska Chef Page

For any residents of the great state of Alaska who are considering becoming professional chefs — we have a new page for you.

Our Alaska chef training page talks about what options local residents have when it comes to studying the culinary arts.

We hope it may help you out somewhat.



Page for Alabama

We have just uploaded a new page for students in Alabama.

This page lists a couple of good culinary schools either in Alabama, near the state’s border, or available online.

If you happen to know of a good school that we don’t have listed here, just let us know.

The Alabama school page is here.

Site Design

We have made a major redesign to the website today.

The site has been changed from a static site to a WordPress site.

If you notice anything wrong or goofy — please drop us a short email.