Ohio is the heartland. If that word doesn't conjure up images of baskets full of fresh vegetables, white and golden ears of corn, and buckets of shiny red apples, what else would. Ohio Cuisine may never really be something that is distinctly Ohioan, because we’re a part of the Midwest and people living just over the border in Indiana or Pennsylvania have access to almost identical food products. However, a number of foods and food products originated in Ohio, like Stadium Mustard and Stouffer's Dinners. The pride of Cincinnati is its famous chili, known as Skyline Chili, or simply Cincinnati chili. This dish, a version of chili con carne with sweet seasonings including cinnamon, cloves, allspice, and even chocolate. Welcome to the heartland!
— Ohio Cooking Schools —
Buehler’s Fresh Foods Delaware740-363-1933
Bueler’s “Adventures in Cooking” schools are designed especially for the home cook who is interested in trying new recipes and techniques, or just wants a fun evening out.
Cuyahoga Community College Cleveland216-987-3075
Have you always wanted to cook like a gourmet? Community Cooking Classes is a new series of courses being offered by Tri-C’s Office of Community Continuing Education. Anyone interested in cooking and hospitality will find exciting course offerings to “fill their plate!”
Dorothy Lane Market Dayton937-439-7210
At the Dorothy Lane Market School of Cooking, we offer classes taught by a variety of local and guest instructors on topics as basic as knife skills and cooking with a wok, to appetizers, pastries, and pies, to classes featuring entertaining with upscale menus.
Faire la Cuisine Newark
The words "faire la cuisine" are French meaning "to do the cooking." I want to help every customer experience the fun of planning and participating in his or her own unique event. My business has evolved into a mission to help bring families back togeth
Gorman Heritage Farm is a non-profit 122-acre working farm and outdoor education center, which invites its visitors to explore and learn the history, methods and values of a working family farm in a natural setting.
Prices vary between $30 - $60 per person, depending on the menu, and number of guests. This isn't a cookie cutter cooking class, all classes are customized to you and your guest preferences.
Jungle Jim’s International Market Fairfield513-674-6059
The cooking classes at Jungle Jim’s International Market are as fun as they are informative! Relax in our state-of-the-art classroom complete with overhead mirror for easy viewing.
Laurel Run Cooking School Vermilion440-984-5727
Classes taught at Laurel Run Cooking School offer valuable cooking techniques and basic cooking foundations to build on. The staff of experienced, knowledgeable cooking instructors and trained chefs will increase your cooking knowledge each time you are here.
Mustard Seed Market’s Cooking School Solon440-519-3663
Whether cooking is your hobby or passion or you're coming to one of our informative lectures for your own educational needs, relax and enjoy these instructive social events. Don't forget that during cooking classes you will receive a sampling of all the dishes prepared!
Ohio Herb Education Center Gahanna614-428-9255
The Ohio Herb Education Center offers cooking classes for adults and children, classes that teach you how to purchasing the freshest and best meats and produce from your favorite grocery store, use medicinal herbs, classes that teach nutrition and other interesting educational topics.
Sur La Table Columbus614-473-1211
Sur La Table's cooking programs provide the opportunity for you to become a celebrity in your own kitchen. Instructors include each region's best known as well as internationally renowned chefs willing to share their secrets.
The Art of Entertaining Cincinnati513-871-5170
Our cooking classes feature area chefs, a superb menu easy to replicate at home and perfectly paired wines throughout the evening. Our demonstration kitchen environment is enjoyable, comfortable and quaint!
The Cooking Studio at Shaw’s Lancaster740-654-1842
Susie Cork, the general manager of Shaw’s Restaurant and Inn, offers cooking classes in Shaw’s newly renovated cooking studio. Cork, who is a graduate of the Culinary School at Kendall College, has been a chef in Chicago for 17 years, and brings that experience to Shaw’s to educate and entertain.
The Culinary Vegetable Institute Milan
The picturesque ambiance of The Culinary Vegetable Institute is the ideal location to host your next event. Whether you are hosting a corporate function, a team-building seminar, a wedding reception, or a private cooking class, we will bring a touch of so
The Hills Market Columbus614-846-3220
The Hills Market is the market that provides prepared foods when you don't have time to cook. And, it's the market that brings you special events like Crab Boils, or cooking classes like Passport to Naples.
The Loretta Paganini School of Cooking Chesterland440-729-1110
Recognized as one of Cleveland's premier cooking schools, we offer classes for amateurs and professionals, children and young at heart. We encourage you to call us to register, or for more information about upcoming classes and events.
The Seasoned Farmhouse Columbus614-230-6281
The Seasoned Farmhouse is a recreational cooking school, cookbook library, specialty culinary boutique, and private event space. Our classes give home cooks of all skill levels the techniques they need to create delicious meals using seasonal ingredients from throughout Ohio.
The Western Reserve School of Cooking Hudson330-650-1665
For many the learning starts at The Western Reserve School of Cooking, then continues as a life long pursuit of mastering the art of cooking. Whether you are a novice or pro, our classes are a great way to have fun and enjoy an exceptional meal.
What’s Cooking – The Cooking School at Cool Beans Medina330-722-7722
Come and join us for a delightful experience in our brand new innovative kitchen. Here you will experience all the joys of cooking with our on staff chefs, or perhaps delight in the knowledge of one of our many visiting chefs.
Taste What's Happening!
Ohio Brew Week Festival
7/15/2016 - 7/23/2016
More than 176 craft beers from 28 Ohio microbreweries plus craft brew cooking competiton, Brew BQ Cookoff, homebrew competition.