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Weekender: Carmel Food and Wine

Weekender: Carmel Food and Wine

People flock to the Carmel/Monterey region seeking farm fresh foods (Monterey County is referred to as America’s ‘salad bowl’ because of its extensive agriculture)...

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Sips and Bites in Door County, Wisconsin

Sips and Bites in Door County, Wisconsin

The great thing about the U.S. is that every state has its own winery, most have brew pubs, some have distilleries, and there is always a local food to brag about....

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Chillin’ with Santa Fe Chilies

Chillin’ with Santa Fe Chilies

New Mexico is known to be hot and it’s know for its chilies, also known to be hot; a specific red and green variety grown here that are unique among chilies. But...

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St. Augustine’s Authentic Eateries

St. Augustine’s Authentic Eateries

  Bistro de Leon Tucked away on Cathedral Place across from the Plaza in St. Augustine’s historic district, Jean Stephane Poinard serves up la cuisine de meres...

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Fred’s Food: Culinary Curiosities in Fredericksburg, TX

Fred’s Food: Culinary Curiosities in Fredericksburg, TX

Without food, we perish. Without stellar food, life is miserable. Fredericksburg, Texas has a ton of stellar food; little gourmet spots that will knock your socks...

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Aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train

Aboard the Napa Valley Wine Train

California’s Napa Valley – world renowned for its wines and culinary treasures Also a multi-dimensional destination where visitors can experience: -...

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Traveling through Louisiana

Traveling through Louisiana

  Stimulating, interesting, surprising – fun! New Orleans has 500+ festivals each year, more National Historic Landmarks than any other U.S. city and some...

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Following Route 66

Following Route 66

  Flagstaff-Route 66  Formerly the only road west, Route 66 is now more of a memory than a journey, but the route will always remain the most revered two lane...

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Wine Country and Sunsets: Escaping in Carmel

Wine Country and Sunsets: Escaping in Carmel

The moment before sunset, when the sky is filled with softening streaks of red and orange and the calm of dusk starts to settle on the land, can be strikingly beautiful...

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