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Cooking classes in Boston, April 2013

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I will be in Boston from April 9 -14, 2013. My husband will be at a conference during the days and I am looking to take cooking classes or attend cooking demonstrations. Does anyone have any recommendations? Thanks.

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It may be too soon to schedule something in April, but here are a few options I know of that have good reputations:

Boston Center for Adult Education

Cambridge Center for Adult Education

Cambridge School of Culinary Arts

Stir Boston -- a demonstration kitchen by local chef Barbara Lynch

Elephant Walk -- French-Cambodian restaurant that hosts classes

Oleana -- Turkish/Mediterranean restaurant that hosts classes

I'm including options in nearby Cambridge, it's easily accessible by subway or taxi.



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I've taken some classes at Cambridge School for Culinary Arts. True culinary school with good equipment and professional instructors. Cambridge Center (and I presume Boston Center) are more diverse and instructors less apt to be professional teachers.

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