Are you looking for cooking classes in Michigan? Do you want to learn how to bake delicious desserts? If so, Dorsey Schools can help! Come learn with professional chefs from Dorsey Culinary Academy’s Waterford-Pontiac campus. Dorsey Culinary Academy is hosting a cooking class, Sweet Dreams, focused on the art of dessert making. The class will be Friday March 31, 2017 at 6PM. The class is offered in conjunction with Rochester Community Schools.
Michigan Dessert Classes
During this class, attendees may learn how to prepare a variety of desserts. Some of these include a delicious cheesecake, a mouth-watering lava cake, an elegant French pear tart, and a classic tiramisu. The best part of the class? You will get to leave with the recipes for each of these desserts! In addition to the recipes, those who attend will also receive a chef’s hat and a “Cook Like You Mean It” t-shirt. Dorsey Culinary Academy will furnish the necessary equipment and supplies during the cooking class.
Interested in signing up for this cooking class? Do not miss this sweet opportunity! Space is limited. To view more info (including cost) and to register, visit the Rochester Community Schools website. Don’t delay…be sure to register today to reserve your seat in this upcoming cooking class.
The Dorsey Schools Waterford-Pontiac, MI campus partners with Rochester Community Schools to offer cooking classes in Oakland County. These individual cooking classes are open to the public, 18 years of age and older. The Dorsey Schools Waterford-Pontiac campus is located at 440 N. Telegraph Road in Pontiac, MI. The campus is located in the North Pointe Shopping Center, which is at the corner of N. Telegraph Road and Elizabeth Lake Road. The Dorsey Schools Waterford-Pontiac campus also offers a Culinary Arts training program for those looking to take their love of cooking to the next professional level!
To sign up for an individual cooking class with Dorsey Schools and Rochester Community Schools, sign up here.
The Individual Cooking Classes offered at Dorsey Schools are short-length programs not eligible for Title IV funds, and are therefore not classified by the Department of Education as Gainful Employment programs, which require these disclosures.
Culinary Arts Program – Gainful Employment Disclosures
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