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Things didn't work out last Friday like they were supposed to. In my fantasy world, I was going to win the $270 million dollar megamillions jackpot so that I could quit my job, move into the Ritz, and go to culinary school.

Life has a funny way of being cruel, so just to add insult to injury and remind me that I did not in fact win the lottery, the Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts Boston is slated to open in Cambridge on April 7.

The school, which is modeled after the renowned Ecole du Cordon Bleu in Paris, will serve up a two-year Associate of Applied Science degree in which students will learn classical French cooking techniques, the business of food preparation, nutrition and sanitation. The program costs $38,300 for the two years and includes tuition, books, uniforms and a Wusthof knife kit.

It's ok, I didn't actually want to go to culinary school to learn French cooking. I want to go so I can become a sushi chef, so I guess I shouldn't be too disappointed (except for the part about not having $270 million dollars)

Click (here) to read the Boston Business Journal article. Click (here) to go to the school's official website.

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