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Miami Dade College’s Trendsetting Miami Culinary Institute Rolls Out another Season of Culinarium Enthusiast Classes

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Miami, February 18, 2014 - This spring, learn to chop, cook, bake, and sample wine like the pros at the popular Culinarium Enthusiast Learning Series, offered by the cutting-edge Miami Culinary Institute (MCI) at Miami Dade College (MDC). Classes and demonstrations, led by top food industry and nutrition professionals, are available through June.


Highlights include a variety of classes, including Basic Cooking series, Cake Baking, Icing and Frosting, Lotsa Pasta, Cuisine of the Mediterranean, Cuisine of Asia, Wine Tasting, and even a Date Night course, where couples prepare a gourmet three-course dinner for each other and enjoy it on a candlelit table for two.   

In addition, the Culinarium offers professional development courses for industry professionals, including food handlers’ certification, a bartending course and ice carving 101, among others. 

To register and for a complete list of classes, please visit



Contact the MCI at 305-237-3276, or visit

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