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I too, feel the same way as you. I am currently looking in to getting funding to do something a little out of the ordinary. I am going to seek out the best teachers in the world and go to them.

What I've found so far is:

Guiliano Bugiali's class in Florence (What more do I need to say about him?)

Peggy Markel's Culinary Adventures, is doing trips to Morocco, Thailand and India that I am very interested in.

Santa Fe School of Cooking

New Orleans School of Cooking

Epiculinary's tour to Oaxaca, Mexico

French classes are everywhere

And that's as far as I've gotten. Actually, I already went to the Santa Fe school of Cooking and give it 2 thumbs up. I figure why not try and learn to cook from the people that really know how to cook.
 

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If a degree is what your looking for maybe an over seas school is what your looking for.

If a degree doesn't matter, I say travel and learn from the people that know what the food is really about.
 
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