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September 23, 2008


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Barb Cabot

Jerry, this food looks so good. Indian is one of my favorite ethnic cuisines. The cooking school facilities are lovely. It's great that you and Paul enjoy these classes together. Thanks for sharing.


This is an example of government at its best :)

Seriously, first of all, you guys are very lucky to have such a progressive liquor control board. What a great idea to get people thinking about food and wine together -- maybe normal for *us* but not necessarily for everyone, and it helps with the responsible consumption of alcohol. Second, the food looks good enough to make me dive through my screen.


Chef Rohit Singh, guest chef at Culinary Institute of America (CIA), St. Helena, California used an Evo Professional Tabletop to cook Indian breads at the Slow Food Nation event at Fort Mason in San Francisco. Chef Singh and his team served about 5,000 Indian breads from Evo and other equipment to 60,000 guests in attendance in the Bread Pavillion. Lesley Stahl of 60 minutes was there to profile the event.


Barb - it does make for a nice time out!

Diana - who knew that government did good things? LOL I know there are those who would disagree.

In Canada we need to do more to encourage the 'lifestyle' of food - something I think the Europeans have done a far better job of.

Thanks ACB - that would have been fascinating to see.

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