Massachusetts arguably has more well-known culinary symbols than any other state--Baked Beans, Boston Cream Pie, Codfish Cakes, Clam Chowder, wild turkey, cranberry juice, corn muffins, to name but a few. Even Thanksgiving, that most beloved seasonal expression of classic American cooking, got its start in Massachusetts.
For those inspired by this cornucopia of culinary delights to a career in cookery, an education at one of the many Culinary Schools in Massachusetts may provide a great foundation. A wealth of tradition, technique, and hands-on training are hallmarks of the typical Massachusetts culinary school, producing gustatory geniuses to further burnish the annals of fine cuisine.
For information on Culinary Schools in Massachusetts, please visit any school below and request more information.