Portland, Oregon (PressExposure) October 16, 2011 -- Spurred on by the popularity of TV cooking shows, people's interest in cooking at home and entertaining is at an all-time high. While many people fancy themselves as professional chefs, there comes a time when they discover that what they learnt from TV shows and cookbooks is not enough for taking them to the level they would like to be. Many people would therefore look for cooking classes where they could learn food preparation techniques. With a large and growing number of cooking schools, potential students may be flooded by overwhelming information. They may find it difficult to find qualified cooking tutors.
To ease the selection process, a Boston cooking aficionado Jame Wong has set up a web site, Cooking Classes Boston, to deliver cooking classes information to all local cooking fanatics. In this web site, James introduces several sources of cooking classes, including web searching, social networks and social bookmarking sites, online classified ads and blogs. Step-by-step guidance is provided. Reviews of cooking classes in the Boston area are regularly posted on the web site to help people search for the most suitable classes.
James said: "I was once a amateur cook who loves cooking at home but found that TV cooking shows just could not teach me all I wanted to learn. Yet, there are so many cooking classes to choose from right here in Boston". He want on to say: "I set up this web site to share the information I collected, all about local cooking classes and people's comments about them. I hope the content of this web site could help those who look for cooking classes to improve their cooking skills. We are not lack of cooking schools, we simply need ways to find them out".
Currently Cooking Classes Boston [http://cookingclassesboston.net] is a one-man web site. James welcomes all cooking fans' contribution by sharing with other readers their favorite cooking classes and commenting on the web site.