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Base of operations: USA -- Number of InfoHub client requests accepted: 55
For over 40 years, M05327 has taught people to cook better for themselves and their friends. We offer day and evening classes in a congenial home environment in historic Bay Village in the heart of Boston and during the summer at a seaside cottage in Maine.

From 1972 to present I have been employed as a cooking instructor, teaching people to cook better for themselves. The accent of these classes is not to create professional cooks, but to create a better lifestyle for the clients. I have also taught classes at Boston University and at private schools in Michigan, New Hampshire, Maine and New York. I I have worked as a caterer/private cook for hundreds of clients, preparing and serving as few as two and as many as 1200 for events from fundraisers to weddings. As well as corporate events. Chef Janericco has taught not only in his school but also in various schools across the country including Newbury College and Boston University.

Terence Janericco has authored a dozen cookbooks including the best-selling:

- The Book of Great Hors D'oeuvre;
- The Book of Great Breakfasts And Brunches;
- The Book of Great Desserts.

Chef Janericco has not only published books for the general public but also for professional chefs including:
- Sandwiches for the Professional Chef;
- Breakfast and Brunches for the Professional Chef;
- Soups for the Professional Chef.

M05327 is a member of HUB-UK, and Course Junction online marketplace. Also he is a member of American Institute of Wine and Food, International Association of Culinary Professions, Listed Who's Who in the East, International Who's who of Chefs.
Questions and Answers
We offer day and evening classes in a congenial home environment in historic Bay Village in the heart of Boston and during the summer at a seaside cottage in Maine.

1. How long has the business been operating and how did it start?

I have been teaching cooking for over 40 years. I began at an adult education program before opening my own school.

2. What is your company's mission?

My mission is to teach people to cook better for themselves rather than to get employment. We use readily available ingredients and recipes that can be duplicated by the student with a reasonable amount of work.

3. What does your company specialize in?

I teach in some 35 different cuisines. The object is to provide for the wishes of the students and offer so many opportunities of building their knowledge and skills.

4. Who is the founder or owner of the company and briefly describe his/her past activities?

Terence Janericco is the founder. I personally teach all the classes in a home environment. I have catered for 56 years, taught students for over 40 years and have published a dozen cookbooks.

5. What is your most popular travel package and why?

Where two or more people get a chance to select their area of interest and have me design menus to meet those wishes.

6. What is the best compliment you received from a client?

Those who return for another visit.

Vacation Packages offered by supplier M05327
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USD 80 Massachusetts

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 1  Brian Fallon Mr. Janericco's course 2007-10-01
The course I attended could have not been a more pleasant experience. Mr. Janericco's course was everything I could have asked for. I firmly believe Mr. ... view more Janericco's course should be referred as a top choice. Also I will be taking another course this year that is how much I enjoyed it.

Thank You,
Brian Fallon.