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Personal Chef in Spain

Life’s been different since I moved to Logroño almost six months ago with my longtime friend and chef, Ian Whalley. I’m spoiled in the kitchen daily with 5-star meals and am getting dangerously comfortable with it. 699 more words

Culinary Resurection in Napa

Sixteen years ago Copia opeed in Napa to great fanfare. A new temple to fine cuisine, with a museum, restaurant, classrooms and amphitheater.  It was a glorious idea, that led to glorious failure.   327 more words

Today in Food History

Also, on this day in 1926 Paul Bocuse was born at Collonges-au-Mont-d’Or, France.  Legendary French Chef, known as one of the founders of  ‘nouvelle cuisine’.  Named Chef of the Century by the Culinary Institute of America. 11 more words

Today In Food History

Back Burner?

Concerned or frustrated with my posting schedule? Well, I am. But since this blog is devoted to my life in food, I figured I’d let you know the hold up. 503 more words

Navy

Gluten Is Good

Easing back into the bakeshop after our winter holiday proved easier than expected, as I moved into the truly zen Breads class. Unlike IPP, which proved to be an amped up version of our Cakes and Techniques classes, Breads is almost as different and unfamiliar as Café Savory was. 248 more words

Culinary Institute Of America

Program of Study

Suggested Program of Study for a student interested in attending a culinary arts college.

By attending a local community college and joining the running start program, the student can graduate high school with enough credits and applied Tech Prep credits to equal an associate’s degree. 142 more words

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The SCT Impact - Blair DeMauro

Earlier this year we reached out to a few dozen SCT alumni to ask them if they felt their time at Savannah Children’s Theatre had any long-term impact on their lives, their friendships, or their careers.   464 more words

Musical Theatre