Individual Cooking Classes in Michigan
Thinking about taking a cooking class? Are you wondering about ‘cooking classes near me?’ Dorsey Schools has teamed up with Rochester Community Schools to offer individual cooking classes open to the public! The cooking classes will be available at the Dorsey Schools Waterford-Pontiac, MI campus and it will allow those who are interested in exploring their culinary creativity in the kitchen to work with the expert chefs from Dorsey Culinary Academy.
About Cooking Classes in Michigan
Cooking classes are held on an individual basis and those who register will receive a chef’s hat, a “Cook Like You Mean It” t-shirt, and recipes to take home! Those who take part in the cooking classes will have access to the necessary equipment and supplies for the class in the kitchens and Dorsey Schools.
We invite you to check out more info below on upcoming cooking classes being held at Dorsey Culinary Academy in Waterford-Pontiac, MI!
“Cook Like You Mean It” Series – Upcoming Cooking Classes
- March 18, 2016, Gluten Free Glutton: Learn how to create an assortment of gluten free dough and pastries. This is a comprehensive course that will include shopping tips to help you enjoy life without wheat.
- June 24, 2016, Don’t Give Me Your Crepe…I’ll Make My Own: Learn how to make crepes and their many uses from the professionals at Dorsey Culinary Academy. During this class we will make our own crepes, both sweet & savory. We will also explore the art of reinvigorating leftovers with these tasty treats.
- July 15, 2016, Jedi BBQ: So you think you can BBQ? Come hang out with the professionals at Dorsey Culinary Academy and share the excitement of BBQ food and how to make all the great accompaniments. During this class we will go through the proper smoking procedures and how to make some easy/ killer side dishes.
- August 5, 2016, Let’s Get Pickled and Jam: August is the start of the harvest. What the heck do we do with all the extra bounty that we have grown over the summer? Thank goodness for the age old techniques of preservation to keep our harvest yielding beautiful results all year long.
Interested in one of the classes above? Take the next step! Sign up for any of these classes through the Rochester Community Schools website. You’ll find more information about classes, schedules, and cost on their site. You may also contact Chef Matt Schellig, Associate Director of Culinary Arts at Dorsey Schools through email at email@example.com or by phone at 248-751-6944.
If you’re interested in exploring your hidden Culinary talent beyond an individual class, we invite you to take a look at our Culinary Arts program, offered at our Waterford-Pontiac, MI and our Roseville, MI campus locations.
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.