Charlotte Cooks

From boot camps to cupcakes, you'll be amazed at what's on the menu at  Charlotte Cooks. Expert, friendly instructors guide your learning and help you practice as you prepare delicious meals, desserts and more in our professional kitchens.

Charlotte Cooks' Boot Camps (Adults)

Kids don't get to have all the fun. Now, you can take your skills to the next level and have lots of fun in this 40-hour hands-on class. Here's the classes you want in bundled packages. Returning Fall 2016! Registration begins early July. Space is limited.

Baking and Pastry Boot Camp
Culinary Boot Camp

 

Looking to purchase professional quality knives for your kitchen?

In a partnership with Canada Cutlery, we offer students a Professional Culinary Knife Kit made from high carbon stainless steel blades at a value price of $150.

Click the link below for pictures and ordering information. If you choose to purchase a kit, send your receipt to beth.thompsonpeace@cpcc.edu to arrange for pick up in the Philip L. VanEvery Culinary Arts Center on CPCC's Central Campus at 425 N. Kings Drive, Charlotte, NC.

http://www.canadacutlery.us/download/CENPIE_POM_Culinary_Kit_2015-web.pdf

New!

Advanced Culinary Boot Camp

Charlotte Cooks' Basics and More

Couponing Workshop

Cooking Skills

World and Regional Cuisines
Baking and Pastry Arts

    Questions or ideas? Want an exclusive group class or family adventure in cooking? Please email us at charlottecooks@cpcc.edu.

    Team Building

    Too many cooks in the kitchen? Not at CPCC. Bring your work team or group and join us for innovative team building experiences in the Charlotte Cooks kitchens and bakeshops. We equip you with custom menus and exercises to make the experience fun and filling. Yes, you do get to enjoy the goodies you created! Call 704.330.4660 to make plans with the Corporate Learning Center.

     

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    Food Allergy Intolerance Disclaimer: Central Piedmont Community College makes every effort to identify ingredients that may cause allergic reactions for those individuals with food allergies and dietary restrictions. Effort is made to avoid using those ingredients. However, there is always a risk of contamination. Participants concerned with food allergies and food intolerances should be aware of this risk.

    Central Piedmont Community College cannot assume any liability for adverse reactions to food consumed, or items one many come in contact with while eating. Participants with life-threatening food allergies who may need to use an epi-pen should be carrying their own.