Cuba–USA Fine Cuisine Project

HAVANA TIMES, May 14 — The independent “Paladar Project,” which is bringing together ten prominent New York City chefs and ten private entrepreneurs from Cuban restaurants, will be presented here in the capital during the 11th Havana Bienal arts festival, reported the AP.

According to the organizers, the project has no relationship with Cuban governmental institutions and is being funded by US citizens in order to “bridge the gaps of culture, language and the more than a half century of animosity between Washington and Havana.”

For ten days the chefs will take turns preparing and serving gourmet meals to selected artists and guests in the back courtyard of a cultural center in Old Havana.


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  • May 15, 2012 at 2:49 am
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    i don´t think that cuba has quality printing. cookbooks can be free or profit making tourism advertising especially with lots of rural and city scenes. there is a quality cuban cookbook in europe. lower cost cookbooks would sell better. give the copyright or sell the copyright cheaply to a number of printers in hongkong, singapore, korea, italy and anywhere there are quality printers. above hongkong is still selling well in hongkong book shops. there was another one called a day in the life of australia. hundreds of photos taken in 24 hours. the advantage of giving away or selling the copyright is that the printers or foreign publishers do the distribution work. above havana, and above cuba could be a second book. there were others. above london. above paris etc.

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