Call it country cooking, low country cooking, deep south cooking, or just plain fantastic. Whatever you call it, Alabama cuisine wouldn’t be quite right without a tomato or two on the menu. This is where they really do eat fried green tomatoes, and lots of them. Alabama ranks second only to Mississippi for catfish production, and there are enough peanuts in one acre of farm land to make 30,000 peanut butter cookies. Come visit “Sweet Home” Alabama and find out for yourself.
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— Alabama Cooking Schools —
Little Savannah Birmingham205-591-1119
Our students come from varying levels of experience, but share the same things, a passion for cooking! As one of our guest chefs, you will have full reign of our kitchen studios and learn through hands on demonstrations with our featured chefs.
Savory Solutions Auburn334-444-2636
Would you like to have your friends over for dinner more often? The chef is a Certified Personal Chef through the United States Personal Chef Association, and specializes in dinner parties, luncheons and Culinary Inspirations cooking classes.
Weekends at Culinard Birmingham205-943-2080
Culinard presents evening and weekend cooking, baking, and wine courses taught by our renowned chefs with lively classroom demonstrations and tastings. Here at Culinard there is something for everyone!
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St. William Seafood Festival
Creole-style file' gumbo, Cajun boiled shrimp, fresh crawfish, bbq chicken and fish dinners, hushpuppies and slaw.