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Maria’s family is originally from la Antigua and the wedding ceremony honored the traditions of Guatemala at the Casa Santo Domingo Cathedral & Hotel.

The ceremony was lit by 2,000 candles and a symphony orchestra entertained everyone while they waited for Maria’s arrival.

Drawn to learning about cooking and food, she attended Dumas Pére L’Ecole de la Cuisine Francaise.

She later studied at the Alambique Cooking School in Madrid, Spain, and then spent time studying with a number of well known Latin American chefs.

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Maria says: “Latin cooks have always used a variety of fresh vegetables, grains, beans and fresh fruits in our daily meals.

Obesity was never a problem because the portions of our meals were small, as compared to today and we did a lot of walking." Maria Baez Kijac is a cooking teacher, historian, consultant and cookbook author.

la Antigua, Guatemala is one of the oldest cities in Central & South America, dating back to 1524 and its Spanish colonial architecture and scenic mountains are now the backdrop of some of the most beautiful weddings in the world.

Maria & Stephen hosted close to 400 guests – half of them flying in from all over the USA.

The specific origin of the sweetpotato is not known but it is believed to be first grown and cultivated in either Central or South America dating as far back as 6000 BCE.

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