“Deborah is the supreme “guidance counselor” for learning how to be the consummate diner (and knowledgeable wine aficionado).— Lydia Burkick, Executive Recruiter, Career Transition Coach
Even if you think you really know your way around all those knives and forks in the finest establishments, you, too, will learn new things about fine (and strategic) dining so you’ll be even more comfortable and appropriate at your next big dinner out.
You’ll have fun, too, because of Deborah’s overflowing enthusiasm about dining, and “wining.”
So, sign up for whatever she’s offering and go have yourself a fabulously wonderful and educational time!!”
Monthly Archives: May 2012
A Powerful Start to Your Day. I read this just yesterday, and began to scratch my head: “Skip the cold cereal: Eating eggs and bacon in the morning can help you control your hunger later in the day”. The logic … Continue reading
I’ve been obsessed with front of label ‘marketing’ these past months. I’ve been writing some serious posts for LearnVest about the ridiculousness with which consumers are bamboozled at the grocery store. As I continue further into my research, I become more and more … Continue reading
The Second Step After considering the essential differences between old-world and new-world wine, the second factor to wrap your mind around is wine’s weight. The weight of wine on the palate doesn’t simply correspond to alcohol content, but rather an … Continue reading