I am surprised to be facing a problem finding an established term for a kitchen that is used for education and training purposes.
In German we have the very common term Lehrküche (teaching kitchen). This means a kitchen in e.g. an adult education centre or in a regular school where people can learn cooking, etc.
I checked in various resources and dictionaries. Stunningly, my large printed German-English dictionaries simply do not have the word.
In "Linguee" (a database of translated texts) I find all kind of expressions used, e.g.
or sometimes even
(yes, the German word; obviously I am not the only person missing an English word). I get the impression that everybody just invents a word for Lehrküche because there is no established expression in dictionaries...
Question: What would be the most "normal", common term for such a facility in British and American English?
Note: demonstrational kitchen seems the least appropriate for me, as the idea is not the students getting something demonstrated, rather they will practice there, i.e. doing things on their own.