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Delaware and Connecticut now have their own pages at our website.

These new pages are focused on formal culinary education and career instruction around those two states.

These pages make it easy for individuals who are contemplating attending a school and finding a program that might match their needs.

Several of the schools noted are pretty well-known, while others might be small private cooking schools.

Those pages are all set, so if you are interested, you can explore them here for CT or here for DE.

Do you have any experience taking classes at any one of these institutions? If so, you could tell us about it.