Summer Culinary Camps

Summer culinary classes/crash course camps are in demand in NYC and many companies on jumping on the bandwagon. The website Coursehorse has 1000’s of classes and a percentage of that is to learn how to cook by individual chefs or a culinary company.

This article is partly on a 2-day cooking camp offered C.I.A for those individuals looking to learn new culinary skills or master the ones they have. The C.I.A. program (; rates start at $895 for two days



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4 Responses to Summer Culinary Camps

  1. Stephanie says:

    I think this is a very good opportunity for those who are passionate about the culinary field. I would really like to attend this camp because even though I am in the Pastry side of the industry, I think its important to learn a little bit of everything because you never know when you will need it.

  2. Carline says:

    I think camps for adults is such a great idea. Especially if its an opportunity for someone to perfect their craft or learn something new. Some of these camps I never knew existed. I definitely would be interested in attending a camp and taking baking classes for fun.

  3. gldimarco says:

    What fun! The hospitality industry is great because there are so many professional routes that can be taken. Experiencing something like one of these hands on vacations is not only memorable but also very useful. It gives people the opportunity to pursue their hobbies in a more in depth way. As for someone working in one of these places it’s probably always a great time. They get to meet people from all over the world and enjoy themselves while doing what they love!

  4. Moemu Seo says:

    I think this is an interesting demographic that these schools are reaching out to. I suspect more leisurely courses on the rise in the market especially in our industry. Although it wouldn’t be a “get-away” if someone like myself signed up for a culinary class on my day off, I would love to learn about food and wine in other parts of the world I have yet to explore.

    Interesting read. Thank you.

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