My sister studied pastry arts at the Culinary Institute of America. at least I think that was the name, it was a school in Pittsburgh, PA. She and my Dad have a penchant for baking and sweets, so every family gathering was always a gastronomical delight.
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best of luck in your SPark adventure and enjoy Bdancing ... it is my way of escaping doldrums and getting cardio in as well **winx**
feminine + frolic + fitness = healthy fun!
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I enjoy life, in moderation, and chocolate, well ... that's a love affair!
If Real Women have curves ... then ... "Real Belly Dancers have clothes!"
I like to dance with swords, fire, and finger cymbals, not poles or gogo cages (grimace).
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Culinary Arts sounds like a tough place to be when trying to watch your waistline. :) I've only been dancing for a little over a year, but love every minute of it. I highly recommend finding live classes if you can. They really help you get the fundamentals. Other than that, have lots of fun. Dance is a celebration, and belly dance celebrates the feminine side in each of us.
Hello All, I'm a Culinary Arts major. New to Belly Dancing. So any advice you can give would be awesome. I'll be around if you ever need me. if you'd like to know more about me just check out my sparkpage.
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