CULINARY TRAVEL & EDUCATION
For exciting culinary travel throughout the United States and Mexico, Europe and Asia, contact:
CIAProChef.com
The Culinary Institute of America Worlds Of Flavor travel programs.
Worlds of Flavor

For books, e-learning, course lists, continued education contact The FBI
Food and Beverage Institute of the CIA

Tour Sites : USA
Hotel Hershey's.com
KingArthurFlour.com
Culinary Institute of America
French Quarter Festivals

Tour Sites : Mexico
MarilynTausend.com
Culinary Adventures, Inc. is the official site of Marilyn Tausend, cookbook author and Mexican culinary guide.
Guide To Oaxaca
Worlds of Flavor

A-LIST TRAVEL AGENTS :
LATIN AMERICA / CHILE
Debbie Garcia
King Travel/Hallmark Travel, Atlanta, GA
800.762.2136
e: debbie@hallmarktvl.com
Staying at the two remote, stylish Explora lodges – Atacama for horseback riding across sand dunes, Patagonia for picnics in Torres del Paine National Park – and stopping in Santiago for an urban fix.

AUSTRALIA / NEW ZEALAND
FOOD & WINE
Laura Gable
Worldview Travel, Solana Beach, CA
858.259.6560
e: laurag@worldviewtravel.com
A grand tour by private jet of Australian vineyards, restaurants, and cities – taking in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide, as well as the Barossa and Hunter valleys.

Stephanie Wortman
American Express Travel, Costa Mesa, CA, 800.245.6556, ext. 240
e: costamesactn@aexp.com
Spending a week in two European cities, such as London and Paris, using an open-jaw ticket to fly into one and out of the other – it's often the same price as a normal round-trip.

CULTURAL & EDUCATIONAL TRIPS
John Fitzpatrick

Marks Travel Service/American Express, Dayton, OH
800.293.8890
e: john@markstravel.com
Attending the Slow Food Festival in October in Turin, Italy – where farmers, cheese makers, grape growers, and other organic food producers (not just from Italy) exhibit their products. One of the best ways to learn about biodiversity and culinary traditions.

Source: Travel & Leisure Magazine 09/2004