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Key Terms Relating to Cooking Schools

If you like to cook, you may be interested in attending culinary school. There are classes that will instruct you how to prepare food with specific recipes. Search online to find the best school based on your location, budget and the facilities the school offers. Before you meet your instructor on the first day of class, there are some key terms related to culinary arts that will help you. These terms are used in recipes and will give you a good start before you start culinary school.

  • Bake - A method of cooking pastries and bread with hot, dry air.
  • Broil - A cooking method in which the heating source is above the food.
  • Dash - Refers to an amount of an ingredient that is less than an eighth of a teaspoon.
  • Dice - A term that means to cut into equal sized cubes. The size of the cubes are usually between a quarter and a half inch.
  • Gourmet - A term that applies to the quality and of the food. Gourmet is the highest quality food in taste and presentation.
  • Mince - The process of cut or chop food into small, fine pieces.
  • Puree - The process of mashing solid food and running it through a processor until it becomes smooth.
  • Sear - To caramelize a food surface at a high temperature.
  • Simmer - To cook in a liquid just below boil. The temperature would run between 180 degrees Fahrenheit and the boiling point of 212 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Skillet - A metal frying pan.
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    Cooking With The Best Chefs
    Chicago, IL 60101
    We also sponsor wine dinners, restaurant tours, day trips, ethnic market trips, and culinary trips. We provide cooking instructions throughout the local surrounding area.
    (630) 359-4600
    2895 Greenspoint Parkway, 600, Hoffman Estates, IL 60169
    Browse through a large collection of free recipes, cooking tips, and cooking advice. We also provide online culinary classes, both professional and non-professional.
    (847) 851-7510
    CSW Career Academy
    180 North Wabash Avenue | 8th Floor, Chicago, IL 60601
    CSW Career Academy is designed to provide high school students between the ages of 16 to 21 educational options culminating in a high school diploma with a career focus on Chef Training and entreprene
    (312) 809-3511
    A Kid's Kitchen
    1603 N Aurora Rd Ste 109, Naperville, IL 60563
    (630) 983-3663
    Elena's Art & Craft Studio
    21 Walnut Cir, Sugar Grove, IL 60554
    (630) 277-8113
    6096 Knoll Wood Rd, Willowbrook, IL 60527
    (630) 930-8080
    Green River Cottage Boutique
    1118 Marcey Ave, Wheaton, IL 60189
    (630) 414-1076
    My Chef Station
    632 E Irving Park Rd, Roselle, IL 60172
    (630) 529-3070
    Flavour Cooking School
    7401 Madison St, Forest Park, IL 60130
    (708) 488-0808
    Rational Cooking Systems
    455 E State Pkwy, Schaumburg, IL 60173
    (847) 273-2900
    Kids' Table The
    2337 W North Ave, Chicago, IL 60647
    (773) 235-2665
    Give Me Some Sugar
    5442 W Pensacola Ave, Chicago, IL 60641
    (312) 546-4788
    French Pastry School
    226 W Jackson Blvd Ste 103, Chicago, IL 60606
    (312) 726-2419
    Chopping Block At The Mart The
    222 Merchandise Mart Plz Ste 107, Chicago, IL 60654
    (312) 329-1302
    Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Chicago
    361 W Chestnut St, Chicago, IL 60610
    (866) 926-4222

    Culinary institutes prepare students for jobs in retirement communities, restaurants, and schools. Some go on to open their own establishment. A cooking academy provides teens and adults with heightened knowledge of kitchen safety and lessons that train how to prevent bacterial contamination. When you bake breakfast or dessert, you usually follow a recipe. For some, meal preparation comes easily. A good percentage of those who struggle simply do not understand how to read a recipe. Classes help those who struggle in the kitchen or want to gain a career in the food industry. The first academy teaching cuisine basics to students opened in France in the 1890s. America's first instructional institute followed almost a decade later. The academy programs operate like any college courses. Upon graduation, the student earns certification or a degree. The courses train budding chefs to prepare nutritious, healthy cuisine to people of all ages. Some institutes offer courses that last a few weeks. These courses usually pick on specialty, like baking, pastry preparation, or quick and easy dinners. Adults or children receive instruction from a chef as they learn to create simple meals. They learn the best knife for chopping or skillets for frying. These classes are perfect for those with no skill in the kitchen. After graduation, students become caterers,restaurateurs, or private chefs. The certification opens the door to making a living following their passion. Some become world-famous gourmet chefs with television shows and bestselling cookbooks. Find a culinary school in your area. If you have a passion for baking, searing, or pan frying, these food courses are fun and exciting.
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