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Food: Appalachia Hosts World’s Greatest Grape Pie Contest
There is a place in Appalachia where every September hillside vineyards ripen for harvest, and the tiny town of Naples, New York in the southern Finger Lakes Region prepares for their annual Grape Festival and World’s Greatest Grape Pie Contest.
Driving up Route 87 from Pennsylvania to I17, I got off onto Route 53 North: a winding road through Amish and Mennonite communities and past woodland drives touting The Finger Lakes Wine Trail. Although the region is picking up fame as a premier winery region, its other agro-tourist industry is less ubiquitous and was started by small town women, in their home kitchens, who collectively turn out anywhere from 30,000 to 60,000 pies a year for tourists and locals alike. Read Full Story
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Estiatorio Milos & Knave: A 5 Star Evening in New York
There is something about having a drink or two in one of New York’s hotel bars that can make either an in-house guest or an off-the-street city resident, feel fabulous. Off the clean and modern lines of Le Parker Meridien’s lobby is the setti... Read More
A Japanese Outing — in Oregon!
Oregon is known for its evergreen forests, spectacular coastline, and towering volcanoes draped with glaciers. The state is also recognized for a robust wine industry. Large sections of the lush Willamette Valley, in particular, have over the last 25... Read More
Vino en Mexico? You Bet Your Grapes!
Mexico is often associated with tequila and cerveza, but wine is quickly taking the lead as the drink of choice. Valle de Guadalupe may be the best kept secret among wine connoisseurs. Located between Rosarito Beach and Ensenada in Baja Mexico are... Read More
New York’s Best Fall Flavors
There is definitely something about fall in New York City that heightens all five senses. The sounds, the smells, and the feel of the energy flowing through the crisp air can only make this bustling town ever more energetic. It is this time of year t... Read More
East Village Food Tour: Ahhh the Flavors!
The Lower East Side (L.E.S.) was once the stomping grounds for an 18th century melting pot of immigrants (Dutch, German, Jewish, Italian, Ukrainian, etc). Today many parts still remain true to this cultural heritage. The neighborhoods beginnings, h... Read More
A Sparkling Day in Napa California
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