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"Sharing the Food, Fun and Folklore of New Orleans with the world."

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Since 1980, 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. Classes are held seven days a week in our beautifully renovated 1830’s molasses warehouse, located at 524 St. Louis Street, between Chartres and Decatur in the French Quarter.

The cooking classes are taught by well-known local chefs; skilled in the arts and traditions of Cajun and Creole cuisine. Visitors will be treated to a wide range of local classics such as Jambalaya, Gumbo, Corn Crab Bisque and Pralines. Please see our daily menu for more information. We also accommodate private group classes, participation classes and special events.


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 Fun is a primary ingredient in our kitchen! Our Creole/Cajun experts teach New Orleans specialties such as Gumbo, Jambalaya and Pralines, and season them with history, trivia and tall tales. We offer daily demonstration classes, bi-weekly hands-on classes, private classes and corporate team building events. 
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all major credit cards
We are located at 524 St. Louis Street between Decatur and Charters. We also have an additional retail store at 504 St. Peters St next to the St. Louis Cathedral. 
French Quarter - CBD, French Quarter
Cooking Demonstrations, Hands-On Cooking Classes, Teambuilding Classes, Private Events
Cooking Instruction & Schools, Tourist Information & Attractions


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Provided by Citysearch - 
What a bargain and entertaining!

Where else can you be entertained for over an hour, learn some local culture and how to prepare some traditional dishes as well as eat a three course meal for under $25? This is a must do if you are a tourist in town for more than a couple of days. Our chief was funny but a little pushy with his political views. Still well worth the money.



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What Fun we Had!

This was an absolute hoot. My husband and I took Kevins class due to lack of anything else to do, and I am really glad we did. It was so much fun. Neither of us are cooks and we still learned a great deal and look forward to trying everything we learned. Kevin was very informative and his humor made it even better, a definite must do in NO.

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