In partnership with Voss Water, The Daily Meal ranks the best amateur and recreational cooking classes for cooking enthusiasts
For most, attending culinary school is not a logical career step — even if one fosters an extraordinary appetite for good food and a serious passion for cooking. In most cases, the time, the cost, and the practicality of vocational school are simply, albeit sadly, unreasonable.
Nevertheless, that doesn’t stop cooking enthusiasts from literally craving the professional instruction and knowledge taught in cooking schools, and it doesn’t stop them from wanting to be better cooks! For these types of people, recreational and advanced amateur cooking classes are the answer.
Continue to see which schools topped our list of the 25 Best Cooking Classes in America.