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Culinary school evacuated after bomb threat
The Le Cordon Bleu culinary school in Orlando was evacuated after receiving a bomb threat Tuesday afternoon, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
Tue, 04 Dec 2012 13:25:25 -0800
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Gift buying for a foodie - Wicked Local

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Gift buying for a foodie
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Culinary murder mysteries, complete with recipes, are a popular genre and I have a few recommendations. “Death in Four Courses” (Obsidian, 2012; $7.99) by Lucy Burdette is A Key West Food Critic Mystery. Krista Davis continues her Domestic Diva Mystery
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Wed, 05 Dec 2012 21:15:18 GMT
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Casting for Competitive Reality Show, Looking for "Culinary King or For those local chefs, sous chefs, and caterers with star power, a new food competition TV show is currently casting. The pitch: "Do you…

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Open Question: Will any of my history keep me from being a police officer?

So I have been studying for my written police examination, and getting ready for the physical examination. I plan to take them both next month. I am curious if any of the things below will keep me from being a police officer. Any current Police officers or ex police officers, I would love your input.
1) I was arrested one time. I was 16 or 17 and got into an altercation at school. I was not expelled from the school, cause I was not the aggressor. It was dropped from my record.
2) I do not hold a degree. They do not require one, but suggest an associates degree. I have been working full time as a professional cook, and going to culinary school. But I decided the police force is a better fit for me. I would like to get a criminal justice degree, but I would like to do it online while being a cop.
3) I have had a total of 13 jobs. But they have been in the same profession. As I said I have been a professional cook. The hospitality industry has a high turn over rate. And part of being a cook/chef is learning all you can. So as many others, I have moved to many places in search for that knowledge. To work with different types of chefs and food.
4) I use to smoke pot. Buts that is my entire drug history. It was on and off, and never habit forming. I really want to be completely honest with them during the hiring process.
5) I didn’t have a drivers license for a few years. Only because I moved to a city where I did not need one. And I have been in an accident. I hit a guy from behind cause his break lights were out on his trailer and it was raining. He drove off so I was not found at fault.

Wed, 05 Dec 2012 05:23:48 GMT
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@cabezadehaba @PorLaChucha666 @style_culinary @cerveceroenbici @FlaiteBorrasho @ValTrinity a no pu weon, no dudes de los talentos de mi chef
@cabezadehaba @PorLaChucha666 @style_culinary @cerveceroenbici @FlaiteBorrasho @ValTrinity a no pu weon, no dudes de los talentos de mi chef (Kotelove®)
Thu, 06 Dec 2012 01:56:34 +0000
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