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  • History of Taste Week

    In the eighties the French culture boundaries literally exploded under then Minister of Culture Jack Lang. Until then only traditional nineteenth century bourgeois arts (such as literature, theater, classical music, dance, painting, sculpture, and possibly architecture and [...]
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  • International School of the Peninsula is the First American School to Introduce the French Tradition of Taste Week

    The International School of the Peninsula (ISTP) was the first school in the United States to introduce “Taste Week”, a 10-year French tradition that educates students on culinary arts, gastronomy and proper nutrition through gourmet meals and lessons. During Taste Week leading French Chef Philippe Bressolier worked with parents and teachers to teach students about [...]
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  • Degustation Day at the International School of the Peninsula

    The first Taste Week lunch happened on Tuesday October 14th 2003. All the Cohn campus students participated in the events and ate a delicious meal prepared by chef Philippe Bressolier and several dedicated parents. The feature ingredient was ground meat: the students tasted Chinese Siu Mai Iranian Shâmi Spaghetti bolognese Ground meat with mashed potatoes [...]
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