Culinary Schools in Maryland (MD)

Maryland highways and back roads create an unforgettable culinary journey, from Chesapeake Bay Gateways to the historic capital of Annapolis, and through a network of Civil War Trails. It is the birthplace of the “Star-Spangled Banner” and home to great local seafood.

One of the most popular dishes is a hot plate of Maryland crab cakes, sometimes prepared with Blue crab, a local delicacy. Even better is getting a barrel of live Maryland Blue crabs and boiling them yourself. It’s hard to tell if it’s more fun to play with them before hand, to prepare them with your own special spices, or to eat them.

Whether your interest lies in becoming a pastry chef or a trained general chef, the culinary schools in the state of Maryland are dedicated to helping you attain your culinary dreams.