May 2008
Travel & Leisure;May2008, Vol. 38 Issue 5, p64
The article features chef Barbara Lynch's course on the culinary traditions of Alsace, France. The course teaches guests to make specialties such as choucroute garnie, sauerkraut, charcuterie and kugelhof, a sweet bread flavored with kirsch and raisins. According to the article, Lynch is the chef at No. 9 Park restaurant in Boston, Massachusetts. A contact information is provided.


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