Bohemia, NY (PRWEB) January 16, 2014
CookingSchools.com, an online directory of culinary schools in New York, affirms that people don’t have to be culinary experts to learn how to cook great meals.
According to a January 14th Rexburg Standard Journal article titled “Madison students cooking up experience,” students in Madison High School in Idaho learned the science of baking in their culinary class. The article says that students at Madison High School’s cooking program learn how food is prepared and what ingredients work better together. Students can also get their ServSafe certifications.
The classes also teach kids about entrepreneurship, the article says. Food and baked goods prepared in the cooking classes are sold at a bakery on campus. “The students get a taste of earning money from a skill they have,” says Robyn Eastin, a cooking teacher at the school. The money raised from selling baked goods helps to fund cooking field trips to kitchens in the Idaho Falls area.
Andrew Girard, a representative from CookingSchools.com, a directory of culinary schools in New York, says people don’t have to be culinary experts to cook well. “You don’t have to be a master chef to learn to cook well,” he says. “It’s all a matter of practice and learning as you grow up. These kids are only learning the basics of cooking, yet still creating tasty meals. Practice makes perfect. You can learn what food tastes better together and what ingredients mix together more smoothly just from cooking on a daily basis. Learning to cook at an early age can help people learn this great life skill.”
CookingSchools.com is the leading source for information on culinary degrees, culinary schools and cooking programs. Maintained by Monster.com, a popular resource for job seekers and employers, CookingSchools.com helps prospective chefs, teachers, restaurant managers and culinary students find schools, jobs, and programs best suited for their needs. CookingSchools.com is an affiliate of ArtSchools.com, a similar directory featuring the best art schools.