culinary school insight Apicius , French Culinary, le cordon bleu london.

Discussion in 'General Culinary School Discussions' started by davidcjr, Dec 1, 2011.

  1. davidcjr

    davidcjr

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    Just looking for some advice on cooking schools and which has a good reputation. Looking at Apicius and le cordon bleu London , French culinary instute . Any insight is appreciated. Thank you
     
  2. ishbel

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    I cannot comment on the institutions you mention - but LCB London?  If you are a European, why not enrol at LCB, Paris?  I did a short course there many years ago, and have reaped the benefits for more years than I care to remember!
     
  3. williamalbrecht

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    My brother graduated from Le Cordon Bleu Chicago last year.. he enjoyed it and had nothing but good things to say about their program.

    A lot of community colleges have good culinary programs as well, though. I go to a school in Springfield, MO.. they offer an Associates of Applied Science in Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management that has a solid reputation. Just a thought for other options to look into. It's cheaper and you get a lot of the same education (depending on how serious their program is).
     
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