Triangle Cooking Classes

You can find a variety of opportunities to further skills in the kitchen.


c’est si bon! is a cooking school located in Chapel Hill. Devoted to teaching technique rather than recipes, we believe that cooking brings us closer to the heart!

Classy Kids Cook – Classy Kids Cook is the Triangle’s Premier Cooking School for Kids.  Nationally recognized, we are the only cooking school to offer your child the combined life skills of etiquette training with culinary lessons.  Our school, set in a retail shopping center, is the only location that features a full commercial kitchen for a truly exciting experience. Located in the Waterford Shopping Center in Cary.

Dinners at Home offers six weeks of camp starting in June and continuing into August with different age groups on different weeks. Its $200, plus the cost of food.

Lil’ Chef cooking classes – Opening January in Falls River Town Center in North Raleigh. We will work together to accomplish tasks and talk about how to eat healthy and the importance of good nutrition.  Your child will also learn valuable skills such as chemistry, math, science, and creativity. Just imagine your self confident child asking if he or she can cook dinner for you one night soon. Offering week long classes, track out camps and birthday parties.

Wendy’s Home Economics – Wendy Perry of Zebulon is developing a new series of classes that will soon be posted on her website.


c’est si bon! is a cooking school located in Chapel Hill. Devoted to teaching technique rather than recipes, we believe that cooking brings us closer to the heart!

At home with Patricia Wells – Travel to France for a week in Provence with an emphasis on Truffles, Fitness, Fish or Wine – and hand’s on cooking, visit markets, restaurants, vineyards and study French cheese first hand and in depth; or to Paris, for visits to markets and cheese-aging cellars,  special wine tastings, oil tastings, and hand’s on cooking and meals in some of the city’s top restaurants. Wells lives in Raleigh.

The Fearington House Culinary School – Two day hands-on cooking classes at The Fearrington House with Executive Chef Colin Bedford at North Carolina’s only AAA Five Diamond Restaurant

An Intimate Evening Cooking with Chef Arthur at the Irregardless Cafe – Experience the Irregardless philosophy, learn cooking techniques and be nourished in many ways. Cooking lesson, dinner and wine tasting $50.00/person. Space is limited, please call and reserve 833-8898.

Fuquay Mineral Spring Inn & Garden Bed and Breakfast – Chef Sharon Ricks offers two hour sessions. Each class will discuss healthy cooking tips for each dish and in general what one can do to cook healthier each day.

Love at first bite – Chef Brian Adornetto is a culinary instructor working in North Raleigh. Whether you would like to get tips on Grilling, Holiday and Special Occasion cooking, Ethnic Cuisine, or something that you just haven’t been able to master yet, Chef Brian will design a theme and menu for your class and make it a delightfully memorable event.

Southern Season – provides an epicurean education dished up with a heaping serving of expertise and style. Learn from regional notables and internationally renowned celebrity chefs as they share secrets, techniques and recipes in a cooking classroom that redefines the concept.

La Farm BakeryBake, taste, learn and have fun exploring the world of baking.  An old world trade that spans centuries, crosses cultures and brings smiles to everyone it touches.  Enjoy the fun of learning how to bake from some of the most talented baking professionals in the United States…right here at La Farm!

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8 responses to “Triangle Cooking Classes

  1. Colleen Ciarfello

    I am looking for a basic cooking class for my daughter who is a teacher in the Wake county school system. She lives very close to Fresh Market in Cameron Villeage do you have any suggestions?

  2. Valerie McLaughlin

    Hi! My name is Valerie McLaughlin and I have recently relocated to Cary/Raleigh. It’s a wonderful area and I am seeking oportunities in teaching the culinary arts to both children and adults alike. I am a graduate of The Culinary Institute of America and would love to explore all that Raleigh has to seek and offer. I specalize in heathy, well-balanced cooking techniques and would love to touch base with others like myself.

    • Hi Valerie
      I am mental healthy case manager and serve adults recovering from mental illnesses. I currently offer cooking groups and am looking to educate my consumers on healthy eating and cooking. If you would be willing to voluteer some of your knowledge and time this would be a great opportuniy to get to know some wonderful people from the mental health population of Raleigh.

  3. Love your site. Thanks for posting this – it’s great to know what all of my options are for cooking classes. I’ve been on the lookout for a Canning and Preserving class for this year. If you hear of anything, let me know.

  4. Anyone know where I can find a class on making sushi? Thanks!

  5. Hi, I love your website! I am currently looking for employment in this field. I am 48 years old and the last of my 3 sons is heading to college in August, 2011. This leaves me to do anything I want! I currently live in Nevada and am looking to relocate. My passions are cooking and gardening. Please contact me if you might be interested. Thank you very much for taking the time to read this. Sincerely, Joleen

  6. Hi. Im looking for a simple class of intro into culinary arts. im trying to fuiger out if this would be something I would like to do for college starting in the fall. I live in holly springs Nc if you all know any places I could that would great thank you so much!

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