The third annual edition of "The Guide to Cooking Schools" (ShawGuides) contains information on 307 cooking schools and 144 vocational-technical and community-junior college programs.
Listings are arranged geographically. They range from short courses and tours to 2- and 3-year degree and apprenticeship programs. The 1991 edition has been updated and expanded to include 46 new listings, the publisher says.Included in the guide:
- Detailed descriptions of 307 cooking schools worldwide including location and facilities, teaching methods, costs, faculty and credentials.
- Information on culinary arts and apprenticeship programs offered by 144 vocational-technical schools in the United States including length of programs, degrees, tuitions and accreditations.
- Dues, benefits and activities of 13 culinary and accrediting organizations; programs endorsed by the International Association of Culinary Professionals; programs accredited by the American Culinary Federation Educational Institute and National Association of Trade and Technical Schools.
The publisher says readers can quickly find the schools that suit their specific needs by referring to several cross-indexes: a 16-category specialty index, 82 schools that offer professional programs, 85 tour and travel programs, 47 schools that offer children's courses, 42 inns, hotels and resorts that sponsor cooking vacations, and 52 cooking school-affiliated restaurants.
(To order, send a check or money order for $18.95, which includes $2 shipping, to: ShawGuides, 625 Biltmore Way, Coral Gables, Fla. 33134.)