See you in GE­OR­GIA

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as a child, Ge­or­gian pas­try chef irma Kazar spent many hours in the kitchen so she could wel­come her par­ents with a ta­ble piled high with de­li­cious Ge­or­gian dishes on their re­turn from a hard day’s work. there were bas­kets of hot sliced shoti bread and steam­ing bean soup in win­ter, sal­ads, bread and Ge­or­gian tomato soup in sum­mer. to­day Kazar of­fers cus­tom tours that take in Ge­or­gia’s spec­tac­u­lar views, fine food and wine, unique cul­ture and tra­di­tional hos­pi­tal­ity. trav­ellers have the op­por­tu­nity to in­ter­act with lo­cals, taste street food and cook tra­di­tional dishes as Kazar shares her ex­ten­sive knowl­edge of Ge­or­gian cui­sine and cul­ture, and her love for the tastes and aro­mas of her home­land.

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