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These classes are specifically designed for the BBQ enthusiast. The saucy subject matter serves up smokin’ hot skills and secrets for the hopeless carnivore who can’t help but get fired up over a backyard grill or smoker. So whether you want to elevate yourself to pitmaster status or you want to wow a meat-loving mate with the gift of grilling, come and get it!

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Salad Aficionado

Toss aside your preconceived notions of healthy, but often boring salads. It’s time to transform your salads from lettuce-driven sides to savory main courses. With these classes, you’ll learn how to expand your recipes to include homemade vinaigrettes, surprising grilled veggies, and a slew of wholesome extras that are sure to make your salad a mealtime star!

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Cooking Fundamentals

A quick show of hands: Who does most of their cooking in the oven or on the stovetop? If the majority of your meals involve baking, broiling, or frying, get ready for a whole new world of culinary creativity. We’ve compiled the super seven building blocks. These are the foundational courses geared to get you started in the many disciplines of cooking.

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Cooking Fundamentals Advanced

The more you feed your knowledge of foods and cooking techniques, the better you’ll feed your family and guests. And because we want you to become the best chef you can be, we’ve beefed up our foundational cooking courses to offer you this advanced approach to the techniques and tricks that will leave them hungering for an invite to your dinner table.

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Kitchen Essentials

Before you tie on your apron, charge into the kitchen, and begin whipping up amazing meals, you need to get back to the basics of cooking. Yes, any good chef worth his or her salt needs to first bone up on the tricks and tools that will make a kitchen smooth-running and ultra-operational. We suggest you start with these eight foundational courses...

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All About Your Food

Most of us follow a boring, repetitive diet but that’s only because our eating regimen is limited by our knowledge and imagination. It’s time to broaden your horizons by sinking your teeth into a whole new world of tasty foods. This scrumptious series of courses delve into everything from meats and cheeses to fruits and vegetables. It’s proof that man should not live by bread alone.

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The Cooking Classroom

Anxious to learn key cooking disciplines without extended learning? We’ve whipped up this targeted program that is a compilation of courses from our vaunted Aspiring Chef Series. These lessons, which are suitable for both the teen and adult chef, offer insightful tips on the topics of...

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Aspiring Chef Series

These classes are designed for those of us who keep our TVs tuned to the Food Network and our bookshelves crammed with the cooking classics. The all-encompassing topics are geared for the men and women looking to develop a career in the culinary arts. We’ve compiled – and we’re sharing – the tools and resources a chef needs to run a kitchen and produce high-end from-scratch meals.

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The logos for the American Culinary Federation and the Gleam Network show that Chef Michael Davis is the real deal. The logos for the American Culinary Federation and the Gleam Network show that Chef Michael Davis is the real deal.