Based on information from the U.S. Census Bureau, we know that "attending or leaving college" is one reason a fairly large number of people relocate each year. For people hoping to become a chef, restaurant manager, food researcher, nutritionist, food salesman or food stylist/photographer, that may mean a move across the country to attend an awesome culinary school. And they're everywhere. In fact, these days you can find one in just about every state in the U.S. But if you want to go beyond just your home state, and your goal is to attend the best cooking school in the country, check out the infographic on the Nations' Top Culinary Schools
. It shows the top schools by region— including New York, Texas, Illinois, Arizona and California.
Thanks to channels like The Food Network and the Cooking Channel, and shows like The Rachael Ray Show
; Bobby Flay's Brunch@Bobby's
; Giada De Laurentiis' Everyday Italian
; Paula Deen's Paula's Home Cooking
; and Jennifer Paterson and Clarissa Dickson Wright's Two Fat Ladies
, going to culinary school has become the "in" thing to do. And I think the foodies across the nation (including me) are okay with that!