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Tv Cooking Programmes Drive A Surge Of Interest In Culinary Art Schools - Articles Surfing
With the increase in number and popularity of television programmes focusing on cooking and culinary skills a large number of people are finding the internet a key place to find tips and information on culinary art schools.
Over 53,000 people last month searched on the internet for information on 'culinary schools' and this data is from just one search engine. This increasing trend for people looking for culinary art schools and for careers in the culinary world is believed to be driven by the significant rise in cooking and culinary related programmes which have been aired on television especially over the last few months. This has been coupled with the new high profiles of so called 'celebrity chefs', further driving interest in the field.
Anne Sprigpitt owner of 1culinaryartschools.com says, 'Over the last few months we've seen a significant increase in the numbers of people using our site to find more information about culinary arts schools. Much of this is down to the popularity of TV cooking programmes such as 'Master Chef', 'Saturday Kitchen' and 'Great British Menu', which have been screening on the BBC over recent months.'
'The main problem many people who search for information on culinary art schools is that they are overwhelmed by the number of different options available to them. For example there are French cooking schools, Thai cooking schools, Le Cordon Bleu schools, Italian cooking schools and many more. There are so many choices they just don't know where to start looking'
'My advice to anyone who is looking for a career in cooking and wants to join a culinary art school is to narrow down your areas of interest, so that you identify what area of cooking you are most passionate about and go for it. The most important thing is doing what you love.'
Cooking to a very high standard is not easy and requires many hours of dedication, sweat and tears. If the increase in popularity of culinary art schools continues, we should see a new wave of 'celebrity chefs' coming through over the next few years as more people see it as a viable way to achieve success and fame.
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