In Louisiana, food is always a subject of conversation, any time of the day. Who has the best po-boys or muffalettas, where to get the freshest seafood, who offers the best barbecue....these are all hotly debated issues of the greatest importance. You'll want to fit right in and understand not only what the local dishes are, but where they came from. There's not better place to learn about the local cuisine than the New Orleans School of Cookery.
The lively and entertaining classes and the Louisiana General Store are located in a renovated molasses warehouse built in the early 1800s in the heart of the French Quarter. Learn the basics of Louisiana Cooking in a way you'll never forget. Fun is a primary ingredient in this kitchen! The local Creole/Cajun experts teach New Orleans specialities such as Gumbo, Jambalaya and Pralines and season them with history, trivia and tall tales.
Since the 1980's the New Orleans School of Cooking has introduced countless visitors from around the world to the wonderful food and rich culture of Louisiana and New Orleans. Ask your Bon Voyage to chat through all the options available for your dates of travel.