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Deb

Congratulations Shaun, that is awesome news!! Ack, I'm so envious! I wish you the best of luck and hope to read all about it here or in some other blog you may start.

ladygoat

Wow!!! That's so exciting! That program sounds incredibily interesting. Best of luck to you! Keep us all posted. :)

Shaun

Thank you both!

rachel

congratulations! i am only just now catching up with blog reading and found this exciting news! i really hope you'll do a blog about your experiences. that degree sounds fascinating, but are you moving away from north carolina permanently?

Shaun

Hi Rachel! By the way, there's something I want to e-mail you about...

I don't think I can survive more than one New England winter :) -- I really hope to do this in three semesters and a summer. I'd like to move back to North Carolina, I really love it here and I have relatives here. But I'm willing to see where the job possibilities may (or may not!) take me.

Elkit

Congrats! I think you won't be able to stay away from your blogs entirely ... and didn't you say one of your classes would be on food writing? I know just the place to archive your exercises ...

rachel

hi shaun! you've still got my email address, right? it's rachelita2 at hotmail.com, and i have another one that you might have as well... drop me a line!

julianna

Hi Shaun,

I've only just stumbled across your blog today as I was searching for information on a masters in gastronomy. I've been to culinary school and worked in magazines for the last 6 years. I'd love to hear more about the program and your impressions.

I live in the South also and don't have the flexibility of moving to Boston, so I'm searching for creative options to accomplish my goal. Any thoughts? As a start, I've contacted BU for an information packet.

Do you know how many others will enter the program with you? I'm sure the admissions process was pretty competative, huh?

If you have time, I'd love to hear from you. Here's my email: jgbottcher@bham.rr.com. Otherwise, I'll look for posts on the blog. Best of luck in this exciting adventure.

chef 'em out

What happened to "backyard grub"? I was looking forward to see if there was any transformation in your style of writing after you began your studies.

Ludwika

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Jacinta

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Zachariasz

Hi, Good work... Thanks
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Wawrzyniec

Very interesting site.
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Ambrozy

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Theodosia

More or less not much exciting happening today. I just don't have anything to say. More or less nothing seems worth bothering with.

Onufrius

I have been looking for sites like this for a long time. Thank you!

Clara

Well well well... Not bad, not bad... Can better? ;)

Bernardyn

It was a great pleasure for me to visit and enjoy your site. Keep it running!

Hiacynt

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Felix

I haven't been up to much lately. So it goes. What can I say? I've just been letting everything wash over me recently, not that it matters. I just don't have much to say these days.

Richard

Excellent site - do keep up the good work.

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