By Jay Jones
10:00 AM EST, February 13, 2013
This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.
The goal of the March 27-29 class is to turn foodies who are average cooks into superior home chefs.
Nine hands-on cooking classes will be taught by well-known chefs, and students will also attend three seminars (one is all about chocolate) and take a couple of behind-the-scenes field trips.
Tuition is $1,995 per person.
[Updated, 10:56 a.m. Feb. 13: A previous version of this post incorrectly reported that the price was $1,195 per person. It is $1,995 per person.]
Restaurateur Bradford Thompson, a New York-based, James Beard Award-winning chef, will serve as culinary director. His faculty will include:
Three breakfasts and three lunches are included, as is a graduation ceremony at which participants will receive their “Enlightened Palate” diplomas.
Special lodging rates are offered at Caesars Palace.
More info and registration are available online or by calling (866) 840-8822.
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