The chance to learn Spanish cooking from José Andrés seems almost priceless. But there is a price: The tab for the first 10-week session of Spanish Culinary Arts at the International Culinary Center in New York City, where Andrés serves as dean, is $26,500. Airfare for the 11th week, which takes place in Spain, is extra. Does that tuition number seem steep? Anything involving the energetic Andrés is sure to be both fun and of exceedingly high quality, so the ...

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