Q: I am a recent college graduate looking to take a culinary course for the first time. I'm interested in learning some new techniques for preparing and cooking ingredients and maybe meeting some younger like-minded people along the way, but being in Cleveland, there is a surprising number of choices.
Editor: Zach, that is a great question. Readers, do you have any advice regarding the best cooking class for someone who is serious about expanding his cooking knowledge, but not looking to commit to a professional culinary course? Bonus points if you can recommend a particular program in Cleveland!