1. Hospitality Management Track


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    Our academic hospitality programs are designed to seek to develop professional hotel management competencies. Our programs are accredited at university level by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges in the USA. Glion provides students with traditional didactic and craft-based learning environments. www.glion.edu

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    • PCB Seafood Festival 2014


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      Join us at Aaron Bessant Park this October 17th and 18th with award winning music from ACMA’s 2013 Top Vocal Group The Band Perry, Grammy Award winners Blues Traveler, and iconic rock-n-roll legends Outlaws and Foghat! Get your tickets now at http://pcbseafoodfestival.com

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      • Catalyst Blades & Wedges


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        Not quite a brush. Not quite a palette knife. Catalyst tools are crafted from flexible silicone to allow artists a new form of expression. Available in two unique styles: Catalyst Wedges are ergonomically designed to fit in your hand allowing a direct interaction with your work. Catalyst Blades are mounted on artist brush handles offering a blend of tradition and innovation. Designed for use with heavy-bodied paints, Catalyst is at home with oils, acrylics, and water-miscible oils. Because they are heat-resistant, they excel with encaustics. Artists are using them with plaster, clay, and even frosting. Made of FDA-approved silicone, Catalyst Blades and Wedges are great for food crafting. Clean-up is a breeze with Catalyst Blades and Wedges. The silicone is easy to wipe clean and is solvent resistant. Clean up in most cases can be done with mild soap and water. Dried paint can be peeled off the silicone surface. Catalyst blades can even be separated from their wood handles for cleaning and easily replaced when dry.

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        • Inspired Chef | Bernard Guillas


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          Short film by Marshall Williams www.marshallwilliams.com Internationally acclaimed Chef Bernard Guillas of the Marine Room in La Jolla, CA shares his passion for cooking and the importance of sustainability. Filmed at The Marine Room, Hillcrest Farmer's Market and Suzie's Farm Music - "SOLO ACOUSTIC GUITAR" by Jason Shaw (http://audionautix.com/index.html)

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          • DCT University Center, Hospitality Leadership and Culinary Arts


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            DCT offers accredited hospitality management and culinary programs, including certifications, advanced or post-graduate diplomas, MBA, and an American Bachelor’s Degree delivered in Switzerland.

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            • How to Fry an Egg Like a Domestic Goddess


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              http://bernadinism.com. Girl shows how to fry an egg on a domestic iron. Free music download by Maigin Blank http://maiginblank.bandcamp.com

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              • Feast


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                A short film about Feast, a restaurant in Tucson. For information: eatatfeast.com music: Les Barricades Mysterieuses, by Francois Couperin Black Twig Pickers: "Old Strange"

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                • Francis Tuttle School of Culinary Arts


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                  Join us as we expand the vision of being a world-class training institution in the culinary arts. Since our formation as a district in 1979, the goal has been to develop students to be leaders in the hospitality and food service industry. The success of Francis Tuttle students has always been closely linked to the support they receive from instructors, staff, business and industry, and the community.

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                  • DCT University Center - Study European Culinary Arts


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                    If you’re passionate about great cuisine and looking for an excellent culinary education, then consider your choice of programs at DCT's European Culinary Center. You will learn under the expert guidance of Program Director and Head Chef-Instructor Patrick Diethelm, Master Chocolate & Pastry Chef Urs Meichtry, and European Culinary Chef Urs Frey. In all programs, teamwork and creativity are fostered but the overall emphasis is to prepare you for success in the culinary field. The courses inspire new ideas and give you an insight into the latest culinary trends. With both theoretical learning and hands-on experience in small classes, you will develop the standards of Swiss chefs and become expert in European cooking. You will receive a top quality education based on the Swiss chefs apprenticeship program and increase your insight into the gourmet world. Learning Swiss and European standards as set by rating agencies such as Michelin and Gault-Millau helps you to develop as a trained professional able to work competently and independently in any food service operation. DCT’s European Culinary Arts programs will develop your appreciation in European culinary philosophies, skills, traditions and modern trends.

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                    • Culinary Arts @ Emily Griffith


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                      The Culinary Arts program at Emily Griffith Technical College was one of the original programs started in 1916 and continues to produce qualified cooks today. Learn how to cook, plan entrees, order foods, manage the register and serve. denverculinarytraining.com facebook.com/dps22

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