Top 5 Culinary Schools

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"Food is life." That's the motto of the Culinary Institute of America, and anyone preparing to devote their career to the culinary arts would have to agree. Some of the greatest culinary schools feature cuisine specialties from countries around the world, and they’re located right here in the United States with their own appeal and sense of style. The five top culinary schools boast of culture, quality and credentials.
Top 5 Culinary Schools

4The World Culinary Center

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Located in New York, California and Italy, these culinary schools began as the French Culinary Institute in 1984. They have since earned the International Association of Culinary Professionals Awards of Excellence, Vocational Cooking School of the Year in 2006, 2010 and 2012, as well as Best Cooking Class for Amateurs, New York, in 2007. Classes are taught in English, French, Spanish and Italian by renowned chefs such as José Andrés, Jacques Pepin, Bobby Flay and David Kinch. After completion in six or nine months, students are placed as interns in the world’s greatest restaurants. Courses include Classic French Techniques in Culinary, Pastry and Bread Baking, Italian Studies, management, culinary technology, food writing, cake-making and wine tasting.

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