Gourmet Getaways Update: January 2009

by Joe David / Jan 04, 2010 / 0 comments

Begin 2010 in the kitchen. Here is what’s happening around the country at
some of America’s favorite Gourmet Getaways:



The French Pastry School, Chicago, has an impressive list of chefs to work
with professional and recreational cooks. They include co-founders chefs
Jacquy Pfeiffer and Sebastien Canonne, M.O.F.; master baker Jonathan
; Master Cake Artist Nicholas Lodge; and for an exclusive visit in
January, Bronwen Weber – America’s favorite “cupcake.”  Known for creating
cake masterpieces of unbelievable design and beauty, Chef Weber will be
offering a professional eight-hour program January 11 – 13 for students
interested in learning some of her techniques that made her so popular.
Contact: info[at]frenchpastryschool.com



Jane Butel, Albuquerque, is a leading international authority on regional Mexican and Southwestern cooking. Her cooking school has been listed as one of the four best cooking schools in the world by Bon Appetit. To bring another dimension to her cooking school program this year, Chef Butel will be providing culinary tours of historical and interesting areas of northern New Mexico, featuring Taos and Santa Fe.

Contact: info[at]janebutelcooking.com



For those who want to learn recipes without traveling from the house, Chef
Joe Randall’s Cooking School, Savannah
, has videos online that will
introduce you to a little low country cooking.

Contact: info[at]chefjoerandall.com



And finally for food lovers who want to learn about food and travel
internationally, you should contact Savory Spoon Cooking School, Ellison
Bay, WI
, and request the 2010 travel schedule. Contact: savoryspoon[at]aol.com




Joe David is the Gourmet Getaways Editor for Wandering Educators.

For more information about Joe David’s book, Gourmet Getaways (50 top spots to learn and cook), visit: www.gourmetgetaways.us