California Sushi Academy
Train to be a professional sushi chef. A registered institution of Japanese culinary arts where beginners and advanced practitioners can study.
Culinary Institute of America
The alma mater of many celebrity chefs also offers classes for amateurs in American and international cuisines, baking, cake decorating and food styling.
A complete listing of culinary schools in the U.S. for professionals, those considering a career in the culinary arts, and those interested in just a course or two. Other sites where you can review education options include:
An aggregate site of 12 culinary education programs from coast to coast
New England Culinary Institute
In the Montpelier, Vermont, NECI had the distinction to be named Cooking School of the Year in 2004 by the International Association of Cooking Professionals. Professional programs only.
Vermont Chocolate School
Learn to make truffles from renowned chocolatier Linda Grisham in beautiful Burlington, Vermont.
American Sommelier Association
California State University, Fresno, Department of Viticulture & Enology
Court of Master Sommeliers
Providing certification as a Master Sommelier.
Society of Wine Educators
A development organization dedicated to wine education.
Sonoma State University Wine Business Program
A bachelors program in the School of Business specifically focusing on the business aspects of the wine industry.
UC Davis, Department of Viticulture and Enology
Undergraduate and graduate programs in viticulture and enology.
Culinary Institute of America at Greystone (Napa)
The Professional Wine Studies program offers short, in-depth wine courses of 2-5 days duration. A free introductory course is provided online.
Custom Group Tour to Mexican Coffee Plantation
Higher Grounds Trading Co. will take your group on an unforgettable and inspiring Fair Trade expedition to the coffee growing highlands of Chiapas, Mexico. A Fair Trade Certified label guarantees that farmers received a fair price for their products, that their children can go to school instead of working in the fields, and that they can continue artisanal practices to produce top quality products.