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Disneyâ??s culinary cram sessions



The art of Mediterranean cuisine takes the spotlight this month at Disney Institute, where all-star chefs and other notables in the profession will offer a multifaceted, interactive cooking program.

The Mediterranean Cooking Techniques event includes classes, dinners, tours, tastings, discussions, celebrity demos and many other other Disney-inspired options. Two sessions will be offered, May 20-22 and May 27-29, at a hefty $995 per person, including accommodations. But one-day passes are available, starting at $129, for those who want to digest a smaller portion. Chefs include Tina Ujlaki, Food & Wine; David Rosengarten, Food Network; John Ash, Fetzer Vineyards; and authors Shirley Corriher and Guiliano Hazan.

For details and reservations, call (800) 282-9282, ext. DC95.

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