The Washington Hotel, Restaurant & Culinary School

According to Sarah Aagesen - The Washington Hotel, Restaurant and Culinary School offers this and more in a century-old hotel reborn in 2001 with a sensitive restoration that brought history to life a
354 Range Line Road, Washington Island, WI 54246, us
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Whisk and Spoon

According to Sally - Whisk and Spoon is a culinary company. Serving the Greater Philadelphia area. The company offers organic and natural products, menus and recipes, educational materials.
PO Box 513, Secane, PA 19018, us
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Bed & Breakfast and Farmstead

According to Lisa Kivirist & John Ivanko - In today's world of racing deadlines, tight schedules and sped up lifestyles, it's nice to know that there are still a few places where you can escape to rel
7843 County P, Browntown, WI 53522, us
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Arbor House: An Environmental Inn

According to John & Cathie Imes, Innkeepers - Located across the street from the UW Arboretum (1280 acres of ecologically restored woodland, prairie, and native communities), the 1800s landmark and an
3402 Monroe St., Madison, WI 53711, us
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Tropical Traditions

According to Gail Littell - Providing pastured poultry raised on Cocofeed, and grass-fed bison, cheese, and beef.
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Fraiche Kitchen

According to Dennis Ryan & Megan Munitz - Fraiche Kitchen is a new concept in sustainability and culinary education.
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Braise on the Go, Traveling Culinary School

According to Dave Swanson - Enjoy one-of-a-kind traveling culinary classes held at a variety of local farms and artisan producers.
P.O. Box 070537, Milwaukee, WI 53207, us
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Weatherbury Farm Vacation Bed and Breakfast

According to Dale, Marcy & Nigel Tudor - It's the 21st century -- and Grandma no longer lives on the family farm.
1061 Sugar Run Road, Avella, PA 15312, us
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Cookus Interruptus

According to Cynthia Lair - Web cooking show teaching viewers how to prepare fresh local organic whole foods despite life's interruptions.Hosted by Cynthia Lair, author of Feeding the Whole Family and
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