Culinary Schools Kilgore TX

Many of the top chefs became successful without a cooking degree, but most agree that earning a culinary degree is the best way to kick off a stellar cooking career. Read this article to learn how to attend a culinary school.

Texas Culinary Academy
(512) 837-2665
11400 Burnet Road, Suite 2100
Austin, TX
# of Undergrads
925
School Information
Private
Setting
Large city

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Culinary Institute Alain & Marie Lenotre
(713) 692-0077
7070 Allensby
Houston, TX
# of Undergrads
82
School Information
Private
Setting
Large city

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Sur La Table - Dallas
(214) 219-4479
4527 Travis Street
Dallas, TX
 
Tarrant County College (Culinary Arts)
(817) 515-8223
2100 Southeast Pkwy
Arlington, TX
 
Young Chefs Academy - McAllen
(956) 687-2922
6601 North 10th Street Suite A-9
McAllen, TX
 
Culinary Academy of Austin
(512) 451-5743
6020-B Dillard Circle
Austin, TX
# of Undergrads
45
School Information
Private
Setting
Large city

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Carl Wunsche Sr. High School
(281) 891-7650
900 Wunsche Loop
Spring, TX
 
Lone Star College-North Harris (Hospitality Management Program)
(281) 618-5400
2700 W.W. Thorne Drive
Houston, TX
 
Stephen F Austin State University (Food, Nutrition, and Dietetics)
(936) 468-2011
1936 North St.
Nacogdoches, TX
 
Galveston College (Culinary Arts Academy)
(409) 944-4242
4015 Ave. Q
Galveston, TX
 
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Culinary Schools

Many of the country's top chefs became successful without a cooking degree, but most agree that earning a culinary degree is the best way to kick off a stellar cooking career. So, though you may be a natural-born chef, you could probably benefit from a little fine-tuning. Attending cooking school gives you the opportunity to gain an immense amount of information in a concentrated period of time, and the diploma you earn can help open doors.

Deciding to attend cooking school is obviously a personal decision and where you choose to attend is dependent on several factors, most of which have everything to do with your unique situation. How long you want to be in school, how much you can afford to pay, and whether or not you want to specialize in a specific area are all things to consider when choosing a school.

Make contact
As with any important decision, you need to start by gathering information, and the best way to do that is by contacting schools directly, either in person or over the phone. If you're not sure about which schools to look into, you may want to consider asking chefs in your area about any schools they recommend and then use the Internet to explore these schools further before you contact them.

If you request written information, make sure you read everything thoroughly before you call or make a visit. (You may find some of your questions are already answered in the school's marketing materials.)

Author: Amy Ambler

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