A new cooking class, part of the adult education program, started on Monday night at the local high school. Skip, the class teacher and a professional chef, was bubbling over with enthusiasm for his new class and new chance to teach others his love of cooking. He admitted it was the first time heíd tried teaching a formal class but he joked that he had lots of on-the-job experience training the kitchen staff at his restaurant. The first night was just an introduction to the class, what he hoped to cover, and a chance for him to get an idea of the skill level of his five students. He was delighted to find out that he had a group of students who already knew their way around a kitchen. So, for the next class, he asked them to bring a couple of their favorite things with them. Determine the full name of each person, one of their favorite seasonings and the favorite recipe each made with that seasoning.
1. The one who loved paprika made delicious vegetable lasagna, but it wasnít Arthur.
2. Stan, whose last name wasnít Night, didnít cook with spearmint.
3. Mr. Bradley loved cooking with cinnamon. Jake, whose last name wasnít Manor, loved to cook with basil but his favorite recipe wasnít grilled swordfish.
4. Paul made hobo potatoes but not using spearmint. Arthurís last name wasnít Night.
5. Frank Jones didnít make grilled swordfish. Stan, whose last name wasnít Manor, made an awesome slow roasted pork loin but not using sage.
6. Mr. Summer, whose first name wasnít Arthur, made a great seasoned chicken but not using sage.
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December 21, 2011