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FOODIES TOUR
TASTY NEW ENGLAND

This New England tour is a culinary treat. Start your trip at Johnson and Wales Culinary Museum of Providence, site cure RI to explore exhibits on outdoor dining, cure check chef’s uniforms, famous menus, cooking gadgets, stoves, cutlery, and more. Then head to Dorothy Cox Chocolates, for a look at the Cox family history, a chocolate making demonstration, and some sweet samples. Enjoy chef demos and shop ’til you drop at Sid Wainer’s Gourmet Kitchen and Foods, with its extensive cheese gallery, exotic produce, and other gourmet delights. Tour Westport Rivers Winery and enjoy a wine tasting complete with local farm cheeses. Next, take a tour of historic Providence, and learn about the “Mile of History,” the “Little Italy” of Federal Hill, and America’s oldest Baptist church. Ask the chef questions, watch a grilled pizza demonstration and enjoy a dinner at Gepetto’s on Federal Hill. A perfect finish – a stop at Bishops Orchards– a historic farm and farm store- enjoy a baked pastry, washed down with fresh apple cider.

Three Days / Two Nights

Two Breakfasts

Two Dinners

Offered: May 20 – 22, 2011

June 17 – 19, 2011

July 15 – 17, 2011

September 16 – 18, 2011

Alternative dates may be available.

FOODIES TOUR
TASTY NEW ENGLAND

 
This New England tour is a culinary treat. Start your trip at Johnson and Wales Culinary Museum of Providence, more about RI to explore exhibits on outdoor dining, advice chef’s uniforms, price famous menus, cooking gadgets, stoves, cutlery, and more. Then head to Dorothy Cox Chocolates, for a look at the Cox family history, a chocolate making demonstration, and some sweet samples. Enjoy chef demos and shop ’til you drop at Sid Wainer’s Gourmet Kitchen and Foods, with its extensive cheese gallery, exotic produce, and other gourmet delights. Tour Westport Rivers Winery and enjoy a wine tasting complete with local farm cheeses. Next, take a tour of historic Providence, and learn about the “Mile of History,” the “Little Italy” of Federal Hill, and America’s oldest Baptist church. Ask the chef questions, watch a grilled pizza demonstration and enjoy a dinner at Gepetto’s on Federal Hill. A perfect finish – a stop at Bishops Orchards– a historic farm and farm store- enjoy a baked pastry, washed down with fresh apple cider.

Three Days / Two Nights
Two Breakfasts
Two Dinners

Offered: May 20 – 22, 2011
June 17 – 19, 2011
July 15 – 17, 2011
September 16 – 18, 2011

Alternative dates may be available.

FOODIES TOUR
TASTY NEW ENGLAND

This New England tour is a culinary treat. Start your trip at Johnson and Wales Culinary Museum of Providence, treat RI to explore exhibits on outdoor dining, and chef’s uniforms, famous menus, cooking gadgets, stoves, cutlery, and more. Then head to Dorothy Cox Chocolates, for a look at the Cox family history, a chocolate making demonstration, and some sweet samples. Enjoy chef demos and shop ’til you drop at Sid Wainer’s Gourmet Kitchen and Foods, with its extensive cheese gallery, exotic produce, and other gourmet delights. Tour Westport Rivers Winery and enjoy a wine tasting complete with local farm cheeses. Next, take a tour of historic Providence, and learn about the “Mile of History,” the “Little Italy” of Federal Hill, and America’s oldest Baptist church. Ask the chef questions, watch a grilled pizza demonstration and enjoy a dinner at Gepetto’s on Federal Hill. A perfect finish – a stop at Bishops Orchards– a historic farm and farm store- enjoy a baked pastry, washed down with fresh apple cider.

Three Days / Two Nights
Two Breakfasts
Two Dinners

Offered: May 20 – 22, 2011
June 17 – 19, 2011
July 15 – 17, 2011
September 16 – 18, 2011

Alternative dates may be available.

BOSTON FOODIES
A Weekend Of Culture And Cuisine

Both practicing and armchair foodies alike will love this culinary tour of Boston. Start with a sweet stop at Phillip’s Candy House– Boston’s oldest Chocolatier. Then learn how to prepare New England clam chowder with a chef’s demo with dinner. On day two, medical a guide will take you on a culinary tour as you taste your way through the North End, Boston’s answer to New York’s Little Italy. Travel to the other side of the planet with a tour of Chinatown’s market. Learn about Chinese moon cakes, bubbles teas, medicinal herbs, and Asian spices. Stop at the Boston Winery for a tour and an introductory lesson about making your own wine. Shop and grab a bite to eat at Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market. Complete the tour at a local farmer’s market to pick up the freshest produce.

Three days / Two Nights
Two Breakfasts
Two Dinners



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