Traverse City Record-Eagle

March 31, 2011

Tapawingo chef helps future culinarians

By Jodee Taylor
jtaylor@record-eagle.com

TRAVERSE CITY — Harlan "Pete" Peterson never stopped cooking.

The founder and chef of Tapawingo, an haute cuisine restaurant in Ellsworth that closed in 2009 after 25 years, is teaching at the Great Lakes Culinary Institute. He's started a personal chef and catering business, In Home Dining. He's coming up with ideas about teaching people to cook tasty, healthy food. He's planning a second annual fundraiser for the culinary school featuring food and beer pairings from Right Brain Brewery.

For more about Harlan Peterson, see today's Food section »

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