In Michigan, you'll find anything from artfully prepared five-star cuisine to mouth-watering, slow-cooked barbeque at an authentic roadhouse. Or Michigan cuisine might mean exquisite sorbet served dockside or rich and creamy Mackinac Island fudge. When the flavors amaze us and the meals in Michigan are impossible to forget, the dining experience is Pure Michigan.
— Michigan Cooking Schools —
Artisan Cooking School Grand Haven616-296-9200
At Artisan we offer many dining venues to help you understand what great cooking is all about. We will show you how to cook using the basic flavor blocks with the freshest and finest ingredients, learn culinary techniques, and how to take the mystery out of plating a spectacular dinner.
Chateau Chantal Traverse City231-223-4110
Take a hands-on cooking class lead by a professional chef, then sit down with your classmates to your own gourmet meal; or spend a leisurely day with us, walking the vineyard, taking an enlightening tour of the wine cellar, and learning about viticulture and the art of wine tasting.
Cooking with Dawn Commerce Twp.
Chef Dawn offers a wide range of classes that include demo-style, hands-on, and interactive classes for groups, parties, and company team building events. Dawn offers monthly demo-style cooking classes at the Birmingham Community House, and hands-on private or group classes in her home or yours.
Food For All Seasons Ann Arbor734-747-9099
Food For All Seasons provides the ingredients and culinary instructor. You supply the guests. Soon your guests will enjoy a four-course meal that they helped prepare. And no worries about the cleanup. Food For All Seasons will take care of that as well.
Le Chat Gourmet Eaton Rapids
Le Chat Gourmet Culinary Arts offers a wide selection of “hands-on” cooking and baking classes where the students actively participate from food prep to the final plate presentation. All classes focus on the art of cooking, emphasizing the use of fresh ingredients thus assuring the best quality and flavor.
Learn Great Foods - Michigan Petoskey231-758-3407
Attending a Learn Great Foods agri-culinary tour and dinner, retreat weekend, or travel vacation is a special event, for your family, partner and yourself. You are giving yourself an opportunity to learn and enjoy your time, taking something back to the city and your everyday life.
Mirepoix Royal Oak248-541-1414
From picnic foods to barbeque to pizza and quesadillas on the grill, the staff at Holiday Cooking School will show you how to create a bounty of summertime gourmet. Coming this fall, we’ll be opening our state-of-the-art cooking school facility to accommodate our growing lineup of classes.
Northwestern Michigan College Traverse City231-995-1700
Discover why Traverse City was recently named the #1 Foodie City in America. Meet new foodie friends, learn new cooking skills and get fresh ideas from local chefs and gourmet cooks with hands-on cooking classes in a state-of-the-art teaching kitchen.
Simply Good Kitchen Royal Oak248-543-9482
Simply Good Kitchen classes are formatted to help students understand and master the five basic cooking techniques: sauté, grill, roast, braise and poach. Shanny and Bill Apodaca believe that once you’ve mastered the basic five, you can cook anything your palate desires.
Sue Chef Ada616-676-0300
Sue Chef offers a series of recreational cooking classes for the home cook or self proclaimed "Foodie". Her classes are often demonstration based and held in restaurants or various locations throughout Grand Rapids. Her classes are designed to be fun yet informative.
Zingerman's Bakehouse Ann Arbor
Founded in 1992, Zingerman's Bakehouse is one of the country's most respected artisanal bakeries. In 2006, we opened BAKE!, a school designed to share our passion for traditional methods and ingredients that gives home bakers the recipes, knowledge and confidence to recreate our renowned, old-world breads and pastries.
Taste What's Happening!
Shepherd Maple Syrup Festival
4/24/2014 - 4/27/2014
Craft shows, entertainment, museums, tractor pulls, classic car and tractor displays, parades, chainsaw carving, and train & pony rides.