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Washington DC Treats Trade to Culinary Experience

Washington DC Treats Trade to Culinary Experience

All the cliches came to mind on entering Cooks Academy for the Washington DC and United Airlines event – Cooks in the Kitchen, Ready Steady Cook, Cooking Up a Storm – all were evident on a great night that stretched the travel agents’ and tour operators’ culinary talents to the limit.

Sirin Huffan,Destination DC,Ciara Foley,Platinium Travel and Barry Hammond ,Sunway were in Cooks Kitchen.

Sirin Huffan, Destination DC; Ciara Foley, Platinum Travel; and Barry Hammond, Sunway; were in Cooks Kitchen

Letizia Sirtori and Sirin Huffam from Destination DC, Ann Pina from Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, and Roxana Rivera from Newseum, along with Pat Reede from United Airlines, ensured that all participants in the great cook off were well looked after and the standard of cooking was outstanding – as all had to eat what they produced!IMG_2668

Helen O’Flaherty from WTC was the lucky winner of the prize of two tickets to Washington DC with United, two nights in the W Hotel, and entry to Newseum.

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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