There’s one less show popping up in my DVR these days now that Top Chef Texas wrapped up its season. I’m a huge fan of the cooking competition, not just for the typical drama that goes hand-in-hand with reality television, but more for the creativity on display in the kitchen by the talented chefs. It has given me a strong desire to learn more about cooking and sneak behind the kitchen doors at fabulous restaurants to see the real action.
The Chef’s Academy in downtown Indianapolis offers just such an experience. For $35, you can participate in cooking demonstrations with expert instructors, called “Chefs on Stage” seminars, and you’ll even take home the completed meal. You do not need to have any type of cooking experience to sign up, just an interest in great food. This is a unique opportunity for the community to get the type of education typically reserved for culinary students.
Seminars are held on Fridays through August 10. Class titles, dates, and descriptions are listed below. The Chef’s Academy is a part of Harrison College, and is located at 644 E. Washington St. in downtown Indianapolis. To register for a class, contact Beth Holbrook at 317.447.6301 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo courtesy of The Chef’s Academy.
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