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Kahn also has a close relationship with many chefs as a result of his involvement in founding the Caribbean Culinary Federation more than a dozen years ago so the site will include recipes from numerous Caribbean chefs.
The Caribbean Regional Human Resource Development Program for Economic Competitiveness (CPEC), a project funded by the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), has teamed up with the Caribbean Hotel Association (CHA) and its subsidiary, the Caribbean Culinary Federation (CCF), to offer professional development training for Caribbean cooks across the region who may not have had the benefit of formal instruction:
A CIA grad, board member of the Caribbean Culinary Federation and certified judge for culinary competitions throughout the islands, Crossland joined the nascent chain after working as vp, research and development and technical services for TGI Friday's.
July 28-31: The Caribbean Culinary Federation holds its 5th annual Taste of the Caribbean conference at the Doral Golf Resort & Spa in Miami.