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Re:True Value 2014/03/26 03:22:44 (permalink)
When it comes to cooking schools in the Kansas City area, the one with the best reputation and program is also the least expensive. If you want to spend a lot of money you can go to the local campuses of L'Ecole Culinaire or The Art Institutes. However the smart money enrolls in the Culinary Arts program at Johnson County Community College. One of the largest programs in the nation it is the first school to get American Culinary Federation Educational Institute accreditation. It has a three year program with over 6,000 hours of training that will only cost you $6,600 at current tuition prices.
 
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P.S. Their Alumni include some James Beard award winners
 
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Re:True Value 2014/03/26 11:52:09 (permalink)
Our son is a student at Le Cordon Bleu in Atlanta. He has taken his academic courses at the local community college which has really helped him control costs. They accepted those courses and applied them towards his degree program. 
 
 
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Re:True Value 2014/04/24 20:29:05 (permalink)
A radio story a few days ago said that culinary schools are one of the good investments.  It was very general, though. Although I have no actual knowledge, I am sure that some schools are better investments than others.
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Re:True Value 2014/06/17 19:36:13 (permalink)
I saw this a few weeks ago........I'm surprised that nobody has mentioned it.  Job interview.....resume?..... not important. Prove that you can cook a perfect omelette, and only then we get to the other stuff. The chief interviewed, said it is surprising how few supposedly qualified people can cook a perfect omelette. 
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