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Bojana

Great websites for cooking workshops

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Hi,

 

I am looking for exaples of well designed and build websites which offer cooking classes & workshops. I am looking for inspiration to build my own site, so any help will be welcome!

 

Thanks

 

Bojana

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There's always the eGCI.


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http://www.craftsy.com

Have a look at this one.

These courses are currently 50% off. I bought the dumpling one by Andrea Nguyen and it was well worth $20 to me.


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These courses are currently 50% off. I bought the dumpling one by Andrea Nguyen and it was well worth $20 to me.

I took Artisan Bread Making with Peter Reinhart and also Classic Croissants at Home with Colette Christian. Both courses were worth the money I paid.

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