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  1. #11
    I guess, we need to get together and talk about it. Maybe in January, when things quiet down a little bit.

    Thanks, Rick -

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    This might be another option Marko:

    https://publicclasses.naturalgourmet.../about_us.html

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    Well, I might be heading back to school in the near future. Considering 9 month long evening program at Professional Culinary Arts in NYC (formerly known as French Culinary Institute). Three-days per week schedule works great for me - one, I like some time between classes to practice and for the information to settle in, two, I would be able to continue making knives. Excited to go back to school! Now everything hinges on how quickly my wife finds a job (also a recent graduate, second career).

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    Let me know if you do. We can meet for lunch or a drink after school. Good luck with this.
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    FCI is a great program I have had a few friends go through it and they really enjoyed it.

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    It's still in works and the earliest I could start would be fall 2014 or spring 2015, but I really wanted to do this for some time. I think a school would be a best learning structure for me, and stretching it over a longer period is a plus.

    Maybe then I could do some apprenticeship with some pro forum members in NYC? I think I could swing it a part-time if this could be an option.


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    I would love to have you in my kitchen Marko , just the distance is little far away from NY


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    If you want to get a few hours in a real kitchen let me know.

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    For me the trouble is to get to places (I don't drive) - I have a few standing offers to come and work in pro kitchens. Getting to NYC is a 28 minute train ride and the convenience of evening classes, 3 times a week makes it very attractive.


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    I, for one, am jealous. Good for you, Marko

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