cookery schools

French cooking schools are a great way to learn how to cook French cuisine and have a wonderful holiday at the same time. France is a large country with many regions and it has many cooking schools to choose from, from Brittany in the North to the Cote d'Azur in the south of France.


Macaroon baking lesson with head chefs during an educational tour at the Atelier Lenôtre, at the Pavillon Elysée in Paris. © Atout France/Cédric Helsly


Many of the French cooking schools will introduce you to traditional French foods and recipes of their own particular region as well as the cuisine of France which can be found everywhere.

Some offer accommodation included which saves you the time and trouble of having to find somewhere to stay. You can take a friend with you and often husband and wives, partners and friends make this a holiday to remember whilst enjoying the atmosphere and the thrill of learning how to make the most wonderful French cuisine.

In some schools they help you to choose your food locally from the French markets and this gives you a chance to brush up on your language skills at the same time. Most of all it is fun and enjoyable with everyone learning together.

The cooking courses can be anything from a one day course or a week or more depending on what you want or need. It is up to you but you will be sure to enjoy your time in France whilst you are learning.


Kitchen at Camont – Want to change the way you cook? Reboot your own style?  It begins here, in the 18th-century Kitchen-at-Camont where Kitchen and Cooking equals La Cuisine.

Anyone interested in South-western French cuisine should go spend some time with Kate at Camont and soak up some of her expertise and joie de vivre. She will change the way you cook.”

A Cooking Holiday in France  – "A relaxed friendly hands- on cooking holiday in France. Learn to cook French and world cuisine with our experienced British chef."

Cooking at the Walnut Grove – (www.walnutgrovecookery.com) 

French holiday cookery courses and gourmet vacations in France. Set in the beautiful Loire region, with top chefs and luxury accommodation; what more could you ask for?

Les Petits Farcis – (https://petitsfarcis.com

uction to the culture and cooking of Nice in the South of France. Begin your day with shopping at the Cours Saleya market and visit the old town of Nice, Vieux Nice, with it's wonderful atmosphere and aroma of Provencal herbs. Rosa will help you choose the very best meat and fish for you to cook the dish of the day. Later you will all sit down to a tasty Niçois meal you will have cooked yourself.

Cooking classes in Provence – Cooking time is fun time – sharing and learning, and experiencing joie de vivre and creation... in a word, Cooking is a lifetsyle!

Why not tie on an apron and follow a few cooking classes to celebrate the Provencal lifestyle!?

Share in the good humour and the imagination of this celebration of life – and take home a few new recipes! In a B&B, in a restaurant, or with a private chef, cuisine in Vaucluse has a nice Provençal accent!




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