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Is PBS affiliated with a cooking school?

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PBS airs “Master Class at Johnson and Wales,” which is set at the largest cooking school in the United States. PBS also airs “ChefClass,” which is shot at The International Culinary Schools at The Art Institutes, and “Martha Stewart’s Cooking School,” which teaches classic cooking techniques and basics. “Joanne Weir's Cooking Class” features chef Joanne Weir teaching a student the art of cooking.

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“Master Class at Johnson and Wales” is filmed on location inside the prestigious culinary school, where students watch special demonstrations from famous guest chefs. The program also teaches cooking techniques and recipes suitable for home cooks.

“ChefClass” takes home cooks inside a culinary class where instructors from The Art Institutes teach professional cooking techniques and culinary skills. “Martha Stewart’s Cooking School” features Martha Stewart teaching a culinary master class to home cooks. The show covers cooking fundamentals including poaching, roasting, braising and blanching. The weekly half-hour program is based on Stewart's best-selling book of the same name.

“Joanne Weir's Cooking Class” features chef Joanne Weir teaching culinary preparation skills to a student in her professional home kitchen. Each episode features basic cooking instructions and wine pairing tips. Weir also teaches the historic and social significance of various foods and their customs. Each episode ends with Weir and the student discussing the lessons learned.

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