Culinary Schools in Connecticut (CT)

"The 'C' in Connecticut stands for Culture," says Jennifer Aniskovich, executive director of the state’s Commission on Culture & Tourism. According to her, one of the greatest pleasures of visiting or living in Connecticut is the extraordinary wealth of performing and visual arts and special events celebrating Connecticut's history, ethnic diversity, natural beauty, and ways of life.

For the outdoors enthusiast, Connecticut provides some of the most spectacular scenery in New England with hundreds of well marked trails and campgrounds for travel.

But Connecticut has not deserted those whose passion is the culinary arts. Connecticut’s numerous institutes and academies provide much choice and variety. The Center for Culinary Arts has two locations: Cromwell and Shelton. In additions, Farmington in the northwestern region of the state hosts the Connecticut Culinary Institute. Whether in its coastal areas, in the Greater New Haven area or Mystic Country, the opportunities to connect with your dream of a Culinary Arts degree abound in Connecticut.