Cooking In Paradise: Culinary Vacations Around the World

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Macmillan, Apr 16, 2001 - Cooking - 288 pages
Cooking in Paradise is a rich, definitive guide to hands-on gourmet cooking vacations around the world.

Ever reams of sauteing in Sicily? Or having a master divulge the secrets of perfect patisserie in Paris? How about mincing in Morocco? Cooking in Paradise will show you how to get there, and scores of other places, with over 150 listings for cooking-vacation programs around the world (and a handful right here in the United States, too).

Joel and Lee Naftali give details about famous courses--like Patricia Wells's "at home" in her eighteenth century Provencal farmhouse--but have also unearthed truly unusual fare, from a kosher-cooking course in Tuscany to an Australian country house gourmet retreat to a Mexican cuisine class held at a working hillside farm in Oaxaca.

Cooking in Paradise provides all the information you need to book a cooking vacation today, but with its evocation of far-flung locales and over 50 unusual recipes from the schools included, it's perfect for the stay-at-home chef as well.

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Joel and Lee Naftali live in Maine. Cooking in Paradise is their third book.

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