Re: [Videolib] culinary arts video vendors?

Diane Rhodes (diane.rhodes@films.com)
Mon, 12 Mar 2007 15:26:56 -0400

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> From Films for the Humanities:
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> Recipe for Success: The Culinary Arts in High School -- recommended by S=
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> The Art of Food Presentation
> Colameco=B9s Kitchen Survival Guide (3-part series)
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> For more info call 1-800-727-5507
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> Can anyone direct me to some reputable video vendors for the food and cul=
inary
> arts?
> Thanks, jen
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> Jen Stutesman
> Instructional, Media, & Technical Services Librarian
> Walla Walla Community College
> Walla Walla, WA
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Re: [Videolib] culinary arts video vendors?

From Films for the Humanities:

Reci= pe for Success: The Culinary Arts in High School  -- recommended by Sch= ool Library Journal
The Art of Food Presentation
Colameco’s Kitchen Survival Guide (3-part series)

For more info call 1-800-727-5507



Can anyone direct me to some reputable video vendors for the food and culin= ary arts?
Thanks, jen
 
 
Jen Stutesman
Instructional, Media, & Technical Services Librarian
Walla Walla
Community College=
Walla Walla, WA



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