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Why the Russian River Valley Should be Your Next Wine Country Destination

More than a million square acres in size, Sonoma County wine country boasts more than 425 wineries. Stretching from the Pacific Ocean to the Mayacamas Mountains, the varied terroir and microclimates are divided into 17 American Viticultural Areas (AVAs), or appellations. But with almost 60,000 acres of vineyards, deciding where to begin your wine country […]

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The World’s Most Delicious Apple Pie Recipe

We know: Grandma’s apple pie recipe is always a crowd pleaser. But, if you’re brave enough to update the classics, you’re in for a big reward. We went to Hawaii to ask our chef friend Angela Zink to share her take on apple pie, and the result is even better than we could have imagined, […]

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Is this the Best Brunch in the USA?

Brunch: it’s a cultural phenomenon among foodies and casual diners alike, one that doesn’t seem to be fading anytime soon. The process of “brunching” typically involves a select group of friends, telling tales of highs and lows from the past week over mouthwatering food and drinks. The drinks are sometimes boozy, sometimes caffeinated, sometimes both. […]

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The Gourmet Traveler: Eating and Drinking in Puglia, Italy

Not what most people expect when they close their eyes and imagine Italy, Puglia’s landscape has as much in common with North Africa across the sea as with the rest of Continental Europe. It’s flat, arid and empty, in a starkly impressive way, its buildings shimmering white or the locally distinctive pointy stone towers. It […]

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How To Make… Hearty and Delicious Black Bean Soup

Authentic Caribbean cooking brings a whole new dimension to the phrase “home cooking.” If you’ve ever had the chance to go straight to the source and try Cuban black bean soup, you’ll know that this hearty, traditional dish is hard to beat in the feel-good department. And the next best thing to tucking in to […]

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Champagne 101

No country is more famous for wine than France, and no French wine is as famous as Champagne.  It’s the stuff of celebrations, coronations and christenings, but while everyone knows its name, few realize that it is a made under stricter legal and quality controls than any other wine on earth. As a result, there […]

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Food Travel

A Saturday in Miami

There are endless ways to spend your Saturday in Miami, but the day must begin BEFORE dawn to see the sunrise at the beach… South Beach! For some that means a very early morning jog. One of the most pleasant (and easiest) runs is along Miami Beach Boardwalk, a wooden walkway that snakes along the […]

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How To Make… No-Bake Chocolate Coconut Truffles

In the summertime, no one wants to spend time baking up a storm in a hot kitchen. But that doesn’t mean our sweet tooth can be ignored altogether, in fact, there’s nothing more satisfying than a little dessert after a barbecue. We got in touch with Alicia Brieger from Unprocessed Kitchen (with locations in Jackson […]