Looking for help and information.

Discussion in 'Choosing A Culinary School' started by natstef, Mar 8, 2013.

  1. natstef

    natstef

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    Hi all

    I'm new to the site.  I love cooking (and eating) good food so I'm excited to be a part of this group.  I'm from Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK.  I'm keen to improve my skills by attending evening or weekend courses but can't seem to find any local ones, that are not mega expensive. Does anybody have any ideas of how/where I can find some?

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. phatch

    phatch Moderator Staff Member

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    I'm far from your region so I can't be much help.  In my neck of the woods, these are where appear cooking classes appear in my community:
    • The public schools offer courses in the evenings that the public can enroll in.  Languages, cooking, sports and so on.
    • Also check with the higher end appliance vendors. They're often affiliated with or offer adult cooking courses.
    • Also cooking equipment stores have monthly courses quite often.
    I'm told there are some Youtube videos set up as instructional courses, but I've never watched them to have an opinion of them. Nor could I tell you titles or channels to look at.

    Anyway, Welcome to Cheftalk. Ask your questions, there's plenty of helpful people around to answer them.
     
  3. natstef

    natstef

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    Thank you :)