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Cooking in Antigua II

Gwendolyn Maureen Tonge is an 84 year old Antiguan treasure. This lady is a treat. Not only is the Caribbean woman a Dame, knighted by Queen Elizabeth II a former Senator in Antigua’s parliament, a cook...
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Cooking in Wyoming

Amagani Closer to home in the US is Amagani in Wyoming; the demonstration is right in their kitchen. They can accommodate 10 students. Each received a paring knife and a chef’s hat, not that these would...
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Cooking in Antigua

The very elegant Curtain Bluff Hotel in Antigua seems like an unlikely place to have guests in the kitchen. But some one is in the kitchen with Chef Christophe Blatz, who has been there 14 seasons, and its...
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Dallas, Texas II

Realizing that Dallas is a foodie paradise, I was glad to have registered at the always filled and very popular cooking class at the Dallas Farmers Market. Unseasonably cold, as it was, there were just a...
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Dallas, Texas

Dallas is a cool place for foodies with a cutting edge culinary scene and acclaimed chefs. I should have thought more about their slogan, Think Big, when I first encountered Hilton Anatole Hotel (yes,...
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Cooking in Ottawa

If you’re not up to crossing the pond and don’t want to stray too far, well the nation’s capital, Ottawa, may be the solution. Le Cordon Bleu Ottawa Culinary Arts Institute is a great weekend getaway....