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Support Team USA at Bocuse d’Or 2015

I belong to this Meant’Or group in support of Team USA at Bocuse d’Or 2015. I hope some of you foodies will chime in with contributions for our team. You may want to check out my article on the upcoming event. http://luxebeatmag.com/art-food/  ~MDH The Bocuse d’Or Culinary Competition is Around the Corner...

Bespoke Holiday at la ferme de la lochere

I’m delighted to share this adverture for those into culinary tourism and French wine. Last fall, three of us were fortunate to visit la ferme de la lochere and meet Katherine Frelon and Brenden Moore. Personally, I have interviewed more chefs, taken part in numerous cooking schools, and wached more demos...

Chateau Lou Casteou Launches Gastronomic Cookery School

 In general, “Where and What in the World” does not publish press releases. Since this is about a cooking school, we are making an exception. Hope you enjoy.   CHATEAU LOU CASTEOU LAUNCHES GASTRONOMIC COOKERY SCHOOL Cote d’Azur Luxury Cultural Retreat hosting Italian Gourmet Academy 21-26 April  ...

Holiday Gift For A Foodie – The Culinarian At the Oregon Truffle Festival

Are you looking for a special Holiday Gift for a foodie. Here is an experience not to be missed. If you take advantage of it, I’ll see you there, as I will be covering the entire Oregon Truffle Festival. A ticket for this event would be a hit. The Oregon Truffle Festival is from January 25-27, 2013.~MDH...

La Cocina que Canta, Rancho La Puerta, Walnut and Fig Muffins

Maralyn and I will be meeting again at Rancho La Puerta in July to present our writing workshop and take a few cooking lessons. I can hardly wait. The Ranch has so much to offer so many men and women of all ages from all over the world. Rancho La Puerta and the Golden Door have brought wellness into the...

Food Writers and Bloggers Cooking School Opportunity

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Call For Food Editors and Bloggers: Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School Announces Spring/Summer 2012 Class Schedule

York, Maine, April 19, 2012 – With classes beginning in May, the Stonewall Kitchen Cooking School will offer more than 150 courses during the four month schedule. “We are...

A Cooking Class in Puglia

Spring and Summer are wonderful times to visit Puglia, the new popular destination in international tourism in the south of Italy. This region is characterised to a large extent of Baroque architecture, centenarian olive groves, a myriad of nice little villages (where it is possible to experience the local...

Chef Yan Martin’s Three Alarm Firecracker Chicken from Viking River Cruises

Lucky me, I have cooked with Chef Yan Martin (Yan Can Cook) in the San Francisco Bay area. What fun he is. Yan conducts small classes and the time goes fast. This is typical of his spicy wok recipes. It is a great one for a casual company meal. It seems like many steps, but is quick and easy to prepare. Of...

Bonjour Paris – Potage aux Poireaux Recipe – Creamy Leek and Potato Soup

Since Maralyn and I off to France again next month, (Bocuse d’Or in Lyon), we cannot seem to get enough French news and recipes.  Although we publish our own recipes, we enjoy passing on information from Bonjour Paris. I love Vichyssoise. This delicious soup  that Karen made in a French cooking class is a...

Culinary Works, Chef Inspired Creation On-The-Go

Rarely do I write about charitable organizations. However, since this ties in with food and is an exceptional group, I wanted to bring it to your attention. When I do endorse a chairity, I want to be sure it uses over 50% of contributions towards its stated purpose and not on adminstrative costs. I’ve...

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