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March 11, 2015
Message from the President

Dear Sister Dames,


By the time you read this, our prospective new member reception will have taken place at Barbara Black's home. Thank you to all who attended the reception to meet and greet and share your experiences in LDE DC. A big thank you to Barbara Black for sharing her lovely home with us for the evening!


The benefits of membership in Les Dames are multifold. One that is particularly delightful to me is networking between members. We have two unique networking opportunities on the horizon. We are all invited to join Dame Anne Willan at RIS for a reception on March 26th. Local AIWF members are also invited. A portion of the proceeds from ticket sales will go to our scholarship fund. Then, mark your calendars, for Saturday, March 28th. We will host our sister Dames in town to attend the IACP annual conference at the Marriot Renaissance Hotel. The reception will be in a hotel suite from 5:30- 7:00 p.m. All DC Dames are invited to attend the event. You do not need to be attending the IACP conference. Just come to meet your sister Dames from other chapters. Details to follow. I hope to see you at both events.


There are only a few days left to send in board nominations to the nominating committee chaired by Kate Jansen. Serving on the board is one of the best opportunities to network with sister Dames. I urge you to consider stepping forward and nominate yourself or someone you believe would help move our chapter forward.


Also, please know that board and committee chair succession is an ongoing process. If you think you could serve next year, let the committee know that, too.


Rumor is, Spring is just around the corner! I look forward to enjoying it with you all.




Drew Faulkner





Join us on Saturday, March 28, 5:30 to 7:00 pm. Marriot Renaissance Hotel during the IACP annual conference for a reception to welcome visiting Dames. Ask at the front desk for Drew Faulkner's suite. We expect between 40 and 50 guests. LDEI secretary Sharon Olson is also inviting prospective Dames who might be interested in starting a North Carolina chapter. Susan James is donating cheeses and we are open to other food and wine donations. Contact Drew Faulkner to help:



Call for 2015-2016 LDE-DC Board Nominations!

The nomination period for LDE-DC chapter officers and directors for 2015-16 is open until this Sunday, March 15. You should have the full descriptions of our board positions, requirements and responsibilities as defined in our chapter bylaws and standing rules.  You still have time to nominate Dames who possess leadership qualities to represent our membership and who will work to achieve our chapter's goals in the coming year.  Remember, you may nominate any chapter member in good standing or you may nominate yourself.  


Please consider who will best serve the organization and submit your nomination(s)  to committee chair Kate  Jansen at   Please be sure that the Dame you nominate agrees to participate as an active member of the board.


The LDE-DC BOD positions are: president, first vice president (membership), second vice president (education and community outreach), NEW second vice president (development and philanthropy), recording secretary, communications (corresponding) secretary and treasurer. Database and web-savvy individuals are needed for the communications secretary and treasurer positions. In addition, three of five director positions will be open. 


2015-16 Board Nominating Committee

Chair: Kate Jansen. Committee members: Amy Brandwein, Beverly Brockus Shaud, Susan Callahan and Janet Cam


New Member Recruitment


We had a lovely reception on Tuesday, March 10 at the home of Barbara Black to meet prospective new members for our chapter. As usual, delicious wine and food flowed. Thank you Barbara.  Of the 16 nominees, nine were able to attend the reception and made compelling presentations about their work and why they wish to be members. See their bios below.


ATTN MENTORS: For those of you who have nominated prospective new members, please remind your nominees that:

  • Completed applications and the $25 processing fee are due by March 15, 2015.

  • The committee will submit its recommendations to the board in early April.

  • The board will approve candidates during the April board meeting.

  • The new members will be notified of their acceptance by April 21, 2015.  

  • Our new members will be invited to attend the Spring General Membership Meeting where they will be introduced to the full membership.

  • All sponsors and candidates will receive reminders about the process and deadlines via email.  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Claire Gill,  at 917.327.7916 or


Prospective New Members

Bette Alberts (Sponsor: Carol Cutler)

Bette worked for a number of years as a private wine consultant helping people set up diversified wine cellars. She was also Food and Wine Editor for Dossier magazine. She is currently Madame le Maitre for the Washington chapter of the Commanderie de Bordeaux, the first woman to hold that position among all the chapters throughout the United States.  In this position she oversees a wine cellar worth over three-quarters of a million dollars.


Susan Barocas (Sponsor: Sheilah Kaufman)

Susan was previously Joan Nathan's assistant, helping with cookbook editing and testing, scheduling, book and speaking promotions, among other duties. Susan also served as associate producer of Joan's television series, Jewish Cooking in America. In 2012, Susan was hired by the Jewish Federation of Greater Washington to start an innovative new program called the Jewish Food Experience (JFE). She writes for, does media appearances, and speaking engagements for the project. She presents food programs at various venues--talks, demonstrations, and cooking classes around the metro area. She writes about food and film for DC Outlook, caters, and consults on food and events. Recently, she helped plan the new Art of Jewish Food Festival at the Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia. 


Laurie Bell (Sponsors: Cici Williams, Ris Lacoste and Nancy Baggett)

A certified Tea Specialist from the Specialty Tea Institute, Chef and Educator Laurie Bell is owner of Great Falls Tea Garden. She has a culinary career spanning over thirty years. She lived in France for four years where she earned a très bien Grand Diplôme from the famed Le Cordon Bleu in Paris. In 1983, Chef Bell founded the culinary program À La Belle Cuisine serving Washington, D.C. and its suburbs. She taught cooking classes that focused on French technique in both participation and demonstration formats, and gradually developed a catering business that, by 1987, had become a full-time enterprise. Chef Bell designed and built her own commercial catering kitchen in 1991 and served as owner and executive chef until she sold the successful business in 2001. She has been cooking with and studying about tea for many years, and attends tea industry seminars and conferences on a regular basis.


Cathy Branciaroli (Sponsor: Cathy Barrow)

Cathy's food career began as communications manager for DuPont, a company providing packaging materials to consumer brand companies. In that role, she had a leadership position in a number of industry initiatives, including assessing consumers' future needs for prepared foods and addressing the global issue of food waste and food security. She embarked on her second career as a food writer a few years ago. After working with Molly O'Neill, Cathy began writing for Meredith publications and American Food Roots. Cathy is currently a food writer and food correspondent for a small newspaper chain near her home. Her website, Delaware Girl Eats, took honors at last year's National Federation of Presswomen's competition. Before becoming a food writer, Cathy was Cathy writes about food traditions and is especially focused on her own Abruzzian family background and the recipes from that region.


Lisa Comento (Sponsor: Amy RIolo)

Lisa is a passionate wine, food, travel and social media expert. As an event planner, social media strategist, and wine expert she has helped to brand many food and wine companies and initiatives. She is an advocate of sustainable foodways, cooking well and eating wisely. Lisa has worked diligently to increase the online presence of various epicurean activities. She is also a founder of #PushPlayEat! -


Susan Delbert (Sponsor: Sheilah Kaufman)

Susan is currently executive chef at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. As such, she is responsible for two restaurants: The Fourth Estate, fine dining, open to the public; and The Reliable Source, a bar and grill for Press Club members. Susan's culinary career spans more than three decades. She has held executive chef, sous chef and Chef de Cuisine positions at some of Washington's restaurant institutions, including Old Ebbitt Grill, BeDuCi, The Third Edition, and The Oval Room. Prior to that Susan was a wine writer and tax attorney. Susan is also a member of Women Chefs and Restaurateurs.


Jennifer Farley (Sponsor: Monica Bhide)

Jennifer is the creator, recipe developer and photographer for Savory Simple, a blog dedicated to gourmet, simple, beautiful food and quality ingredients. In 2010, Jennifer graduated from the Culinary Arts program at L'Academie de Cuisine in Gaithersburg, MD. She has worked professionally as a line cook, pastry chef and cooking instructor. Her work has been featured by Williams-Sonoma, Bon Appetit, Food52, The Kitchen, the Huffington Post, and Food & Wine. Her first cookbook with Simon & Shuster will be released in 2016.


April Fulton (Sponsors: Amy Riolo and Monica Bhide)

April is an award-winning food blogger, food editor and writer. She has dedicated her career to sharing the latest food news through her blogs and columns. She has written and edited food and health content for prominent publications for several years, including The Washington Post,, Capitol File Magazine, US Airways Magazine, Washington Business Journal, Bethesda Magazine and She founded NPR's food blog, The Salt, to explore why we eat what we eat.


Laura Hayes (Sponsor: Linda Roth)

Laura Hayes is a freelance food writer and photographer in Washington, DC. She regularly contributes to Thrillist, the Washington Post Express, Washington City Paper, EdibleDC and Arlington Magazine. She is also the dining editor of Dining Bisnow. In March 2013, Laura founded Best Thing on the Menu (, which as been nominated as Best DC Food Blog. She continues to serve as its publisher. Laura previously served as senior communications manager at the U.S.-Japan Council, a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening U.S.-Japan relations through building people-to-people connections. From June 2008 to February 2010, Laura taught English in Fukuoka-Ken, Japan.


Alisia Kleinmann (Sponsors: Susan Callahan and Polly Wiedmaier)

Alisia is currently events coordinator for Matchbox Food Group. Previously she was owner, personal chef and caterer at Golden Delicious, LLC, serving high-end clients. After spending years working in and around the restaurant industry, Alisia founded Industree, an event-based hospitality organization for local food and beverage entrepreneurs.


Manelle Martino (Sponsors: Ann Stratte and Carla Hall)

Manelle is a graduate of Columbia University, a former advertising and sales associate for top media companies including DoubleClick, an accomplished singer, and a fifth-generation fine tea merchant. The daughter of successful immigrants from Sri Lanka (her Mom) and the Dominican Republic (her Dad), Manelle traces her family lineage in the tea trade back to the 1870s when her great-great grandfather, Francis Van Reyk, emigrated to Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) to oversee one of the first major tea estates. In 2007, Manelle co-founded Capital Teas with her husband Peter. As Chairman of the company, she guides the strategic direction to imbue her family's 5-generation family tradition of excellence in the tea trade. Her combined Sri Lankan family tradition and Hispanic heritage touch everything from product selection and packaging to music selection in the stores to community involvement and outreach. Manelle lives in Annapolis, Maryland with her husband and their four children, and serves on the Boards of Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts and Historic Annapolis.


Michelle Miller (Sponsors: Carol Cultler and Joan Nathan)

Established in 1984 in Winchester, VA, Panache Catering Company is the result of over 28 years of experience in the catering and restaurant world.  Chef Michelle Miller specializes in imaginative cuisine using the freshest ingredients, exciting culinary combinations, fresh herbs from our greenhouse, edible flowers and gorgeous presentations. Michelle's cuisine reflects her knowledge of the classics and expands on them to deliver wonderfully exciting new dishes and creative ideas for your special event. Michelle attended L'Academie de Cuisine and received a full scholarship to The Cordon Bleu in London. She previously served as Sous chef for Mario Batali of "Molto Mario and Mario Eats Italy," a Sauté Cook at the Inn at Little Washington and Sous chef of Ala Carte Catering.


Alison Rittenberg Ricketts (Sponsor: Ann Stratte)

Alison is a 7-year hospitality industry professional, with a passion for food and the DC restaurant scene.  As a Convention Sales Manager for Destination DC, the Convention bureau for Washington, DC, Alison is tasked with bringing mini-wide and citywide business to the DC Convention Center and the largest hotels in the city, with a focus on Association business out of the East Coast.  In her previous sales role with Destination DC, she worked with the board to find a home for LDEI's 2016 meeting at the Fairmont Washington, DC.  Alison is an ambassador for Washington, DC with a deep passion for the City, its hotel community and exciting restaurant scene.  In her free time, Alison enjoys cooking, Bar Method, and traveling.  Alison resides in the Logan Circle neighborhood with her husband, Sam.


Jodie Steiner (Sponsor: Vickie Reh)

Jodie is chef/owner of Plenty Personal Chef Services in Takoma Park, MD. She has a broad range of experience with varied aspects of food production, education and service. She has worked passionately for the cause of local food security, educating low-income communities about healthy eating habits. Previously, Jodie held culinary positions at several wonderful restaurants including Buck's Fishing and Camping, Mary Jo's Cuisine, Everest Restaurant and Charlie Trotters in Chicago. She also served as Anacostia Farmers Market Coordinator for Capital Area Food Bank (CAFB) in D.C. In 1994, Jodie was awarded an IACP scholarship to attend a continuing education program at the Culinary Institute of American in Hyde Park, NY.


Terry Tretter (Sponsor: Sheilah Kaufman)

Terry is a recipe tester; event planner and a talented commercial real estate agent helping clients choose restaurant locations. She has served as sous chef for Sheilah Kaufman and Paula Jacobson, a volunteer recipe tester for The Washington Post, and recipe tester for cookbook author Jamie Geller. Terry has volunteered at several Les Dames events and she is a member of IACP, La Chaine Des Rotisseurs, and CHoW, among others.


Allison Trinkle (Sponsor: Stacey Adams)

Allison is currently Regional Chef Higher Education - Mid-Atlantic at Compass Group North America in Annapolis, MD. Previously, she was Campus Executive Chef UMBC Chartwells (Higher Education Division) and served as executive chef at Johns Hopkins University, and Loew's Hotel Annapolis. She is a member of the American Culinary Federation and the National Chapter of Slow Food DC and Baltimore. 



Nora Pouillon's much anticipated memoir, My Organic Life: How a Pioneering Chef Helped Shape the Way
We Eat Today, (Knopf) will be released April 21, 2015.
Dames are invited to the launch event, hosted by Politics & Prose, at Sixth & I on Monday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. Ticket Price: $14 or FREE with book purchase. (  

Lisa Cherkasky for styling the food and props for National Geographic's Great Moments in Chocolate History (Fall 2015) and for food styling Paula Shoyer's The New Passover Menu (Sterling Epicure)




Danielle Turner on being named Dining Editor at DC Metro Plus Magazine, a print and online magazine targeting visitors to the DC area. The magazine is distributed in more than 140 area hotels and has a bi-monthly circulation of 95,000. It offers visitors guidance on what to do and where to eat during their stay in the area. She will working on restaurants features, so feel free to submit information to her. First up: best places to brunch and restaurants with innovative beverage/wine offerings.








Anne Willan would like to meet friends, old and new, when she returns to town at the end of March. The casual gathering is open to Les Dames and AIWF members. Anne will donate her seminal book, Secrets from the La Varenne Kitchen. A portion of each ticket will be donated to our chapter. 

DATE: Thursday, March 26, 2015

TIME: 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. 

PLACE: Ris,  2275 L Street Northwest, Washington, DC 20037

PRICE: $45 (incl. tax and gratuity). Reception includes hors d'oeuvres, wine and non-alcoholic drinks, and a copy of Secrets from the La Varenne Kitchen

RSVP:  Click here to register on Eventbrite.  For more information or questions: or 202-973-2168



DATE: Saturday, March 28, 2015

TIME: 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

PLACEColvin Run Mill, 10017 Colvin Run Road, Great Falls, Va. 22066

PRICE: $30 for members and their guests. Limited to 25 attendees.

Advance reservations and payment must be made through Colvin Run Mill, 703-759-2771.

Join Laurie Bell, certified tea specialist, and learn about the main growing regions and botanical aspects of the tea plant and the cacao tree. Taste diverse teas and styles of chocolate and learn how to pair these two treats.



DATE:  Monday, April 13, 2015

TIME:  7:00 p.m.


BOOKFresh Off the Boat, by Eddie Huang



At this special four-course brunch prepared with a talk by Mama Rouge owner and chef Aulie Bunyarataphan, enjoy a tour of the menu, with courses that include Southeast Asian specialties, with a French accent in the wine selections and European-style dessert. Chef Aulie has developed a menu that highlights her Thai cultural and culinary background while embracing the sophisticated flavors, cooking techniques, and rich presentations of a variety of cuisines. Her cooking is not about fusion or melding; it's about mixing and matching flavor profiles of the different dishes for a dining experience unlike any other in DC.

The presentation will also feature an overview of the wine program, which is dedicated to French varietals, offering perfect pairings with the various categories of Southeast Asian cuisine on the Mama Rouge menus. The beverage director for the restaurant will guide guests through each pairing selection, with insightful and informative descriptions of the wines. 

DATE: Saturday, April 18, 2015

TIME:  11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.

PLACE:  Mamma Rouge Southeast Asian Bistro, 3000 K Street N.W., Washington, D.C.  20007

PRICE: $45/Dames members / $55 non-members, all-inclusive*

*Food, drinks and beverages as outlined below, tax and gratuity. Additional beverages or drinks from the bar will be placed on individual guest checks.   Click here to register on Eventbrite.  or  (202)333-4422

PARKING: In the building or on the street.


Hors D'oeuvres

Scallion and Crab Pancakes 

Assorted Pastry Breads for the Table

Sparkling Wine special selection or Thai Basil Soda


Green Papaya Salad with Crispy Vegetable Spring Roll

Rosé special selection

Plats - choice of

Sticky Soy Salmon

Char-grilled Lemongrass Chicken

Shrimp and Chicken Pad Thai

Cold Crab and Shrimp Vermicelli Noodles

Sauvignon Blanc special selection

Dessert - choice of  

Pain Perdue  or Lemon Custard Tart

Coffee or tea




Global Culinary Initiative Program

DATE: Thursday, June 4, 2015

TIME: 7:00 p.m.



Summer 2015



March 2016  



Wednesday, March 25, 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Celebrating Women in the Culinary Arts. Live and Learn Center. Bethesda-Chevy Chase Regional Services Center, 4805 Edgemoor Lane, 2nd Floor, Bethesda, MD 20814.  Amy Riolo will present about the History of Women in the Culinary Arts and will moderate a panel of leading cookbook authors. They include Sheilah Kaufman, Joan Nathan, Najmieh Batmanglij and Domenica Marchetti. They will discuss their careers and their female role models and offer a sample taste from a recipe from one of their books. The authors' books will be available to purchase.  Cost: $15  (Class #561 in the program)


Friday, March 27 to Monday March 30, 2015

IACP Conference - Members-Only Rate for IACP Conference.

As a past president of Les Dames d'Escoffier, D.C. Chapter and also of the International Association of Culinary Professionals (IACP), I can attest to the many benefits of belonging to both organizations. Each has a unique character and something to offer those of us in the food and hospitality industries. So I'm delighted that IACP is offering special member-only rates to all LDEI members who would like to attend its annual conference, March 27-30 in Washington, D.C. If you've never been to an IACP conference, now's the time! You'll find likeminded people and learn about everything from the craft of food writing, branding strategies, self-publishing and food photography to putting your values to work in the community and so much more. José Andrés is Saturday's keynote speaker. For more information, visit If you'd like to take advantage of the member rate, please contact IACP executive director Meredith Deeds at for the registration code. Cynthia Glover


Sunday, March 29, 2015 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., Second Annual Canine...Feline...Drink Wine, a wine tasting to benefit Baltimore Animal Rescue and Care Shelter.  Second Chance, 1700 Ridgely St.,  Baltimore, MD. Diane Neas is on BARCS board and is helping with this event. It has a larger venue this year to accommodate 350 guests; so look for a big wine pull and to tasting 75 wines from around the globe as well as excellent silent auction items. 


Women Chefs: Artists in the Kitchen - WANTED: Woman chef's to be muses for professional artists in preparation for a juried and invitational Women Chefs: Artists in the Kitchen at the Strathmore Mansion, September 5th to November 8th, 2015. It is an exhibit created by Strathmore Art Exhibitions, curated by Harriet Lesser in conjunction with Susan Callahan and Debra Moser. There will be panel discussions, receptions, workshops and much more. We could use an additional dozen female chefs. Please contact Susan  or Debra Moser,

Thus far, the following chefs have agreed to be paired with artists:

Marianne Ali

Laurie Alleman-Weber

Beverly Bates

Nongkran Daks

Sarah Dwyer

Lynn Foster

Ruth Gresser

Carla Hall

Susan Holt

Michelle Houser

Mary Howley

Kate Jansen

Janis Mclean

Sue McWilliams

Nona Nielson-Parker

Tracy O'Grady

Nora Poullion

Susan Wallace

Elise Welland

Janet Yu


The chefs and artists will coordinate their own schedules. The artists may work from a series of photographs or from meetings and interviews. Susan and Debra aim to make this a comfortable and rewarding experience for everyone! The entire Strathmore Mansion to fill with wonderful images of women chefs.


Editor's Note

ENTRE NEWS is published on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. Deadline for HURRAH! and other news is the second and fourth Thursday of each month. Please send a BRIEF paragraph with your professional and personal news that you would like your sister Dames to know about in HURRAH!


HURRAH! is not meant as an advertising opportunity for a cooking class or event, rather it offers a shout out to members for recent accomplishments and honors.   Please submit your HURRAH to in a succinct 75 words of less.


OF INTEREST offers Dames a chance to let their sister chapter members know about events they are involved in that might be of interest to a majority of the membership. OF INTEREST entries can be NO LONGER than 75 words. Less is always better.


JOB OPPS can open Dames networks to employment opportunities.


Send information to EN Editor Katherine Newell Smith  


Thank you for you continued interest and participation.


Katherine Newell Smith

Editor, Entre News

In this issue
Social Media Connections


Connect with Sister Dames

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You were invited to join Dames because of your talents and achievements and you promised to be part of our chapter's committee work; so, now it is time to
Get Involved!

Our committees offer the perfect opportunity to get to know your sister Dames, share your skills and to give back to the community through service.  Every committee needs dedicated participants. Please contact the committee chairs and offer your time and skills, now.



Kate Jansen   

Cindy Kacher 


Sara Engram  

Michele Jacobs 

 Green Tables: 

Danielle Turner 

Aviva Goldfarb 


Gail Forman 

Barbara Cullen & Eileen Dykes; 

Global Culinary Initiatives:

Amy Riolo 

Public Relations:

Jill Collins 


Theresa Morrison 

Entre News Update:
Please submit your Entre News information in a brief, concise statement to Katherine Newell Smith at .
Board Meeting Minutes
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click on the Members Only tab and again on Member Login Page. Log in. Once you are logged in, click on the Bylaws, Roster & Minutes tab. You will see a link to the board meeting minutes. During each monthly board meeting, the board approves the previous month's minutes and they are then posted to our website. 

Members-Only Section to our Website

It is easy to find chapter documents and resources, our event archives and past editions of Entre News.  


We now have a single password that all Dames must use to access this section of the website.  The password is ldedc2014.  Please do not share this password with anyone outside of the Chapter.


If you are having trouble logging into the website please contact our Communications Officer, Stacey Adams, at  


Once you log in under Members Only, you will see a revised toolbar where you can find:

  • past and current Entre News issues posted under the Chapter Events tab.
  • archives of past chapter activities in the Chapter Events dropdown menu along with upcoming events.
  • helpful files including chapter letterhead, name tag template, LDEI logos and tax-exempt certificates under Documents & Forms.
  • our chapter's standing rules, bylaws and membership roster under About Us/Governance 
Quick Links

Member Milestones - Share your professional news with Dames in all Chapters in our LDEI Quarterly. Submit your news to: - Edited by - Edited by Dolores Koteski (Phil)

LDEI Quarterly Deadlines:

The deadline for sending in Member Milestones and Chapter News for the SUMMER issue of the LDEI Quarterly is Friday, April 10, 2015. You can see archived Quarterly magazines online  at under the Our Members tab. If you are not receiving hard copies of Quarterly, please check your online contact information. If it is correct, please contact Greg Jewell to make sure you are on the mailing list. 


Milestone Submission:

PROVIDE DAME'S NAME and CHAPTER. Submit up to 50 words about honors or important business-related activities to appear in the LDEI Quarterly. You may email a quality headshot to accompany your news. Press releases and cookbook covers are not accepted. Entries received after the deadline may appear in a following issue.


Quarterly Guidelines:

Photography/Images-Electronic images must be properly focused, in color with a minimum resolution of 300 dpi (TIFF or JPEG). Cell phone photos are acceptable if they meet resolution requirements. Do not send photos taken off the internet or embedded with text in Word files or PDF files. Identify individuals in photos from left to right in the message of your email. Include photo credits, if required. CAPTIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR PUBLICATION.

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