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“Enrichments” was the  name of a collection of spoken word audio features that played on the ‘music-of-your-life’ radio station CKLA-FM in Guelph, Ontario in 1989.

Interspersed with sweeping-string-muzak sounds, Enrichments offered listeners pieces by  American broadcaster Paul Harvey in his now classic, The Rest of the Story;  health reports by  Doctor Henry Fishman; a feature about pets;  and reports from the Financial Post about personal finance and business.

One ‘enriching’ report from the Financial Post told the story of a chef school, Istituto Alberghiero, in Villa Santa Maria, in the Abruzzo region of Italy, about three hours east of Rome, and a short drive to the Adriatic Sea.  Continue reading “Chef school”

Episodio 10: Cucina per Frank Sinatra (Versione Italiana)

Nel giugno del 1987 , lo chef in pensione , Luigi Pavia ha ottenuto il concerto culinaria di una vita ; è stato assunto per cucinare per cantante leggendaria , Frank Sinatra . (continua a leggere cliccando qui sotto.)

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Episode 10: Cooking for Frank Sinatra (English version)

In June of 1987, retired chef, Luigi Pavia got the culinary gig of a lifetime; he was hired to cook for legendary crooner, Frank Sinatra.

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Episode 7: Menu Terms with Jan Whitaker

“I know you like to cook and that you like old stuff…” That’s all my dad said as he handed me a small, black, very well worn, leather bound book . Continue reading “Episode 7: Menu Terms with Jan Whitaker”

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