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Swanton Berry Farm, near Santa Cruz California
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Steak and Malbec at La Cabrera in Buenos Aires
The majestic Dolomite mountain range is among the most beautiful parts of the Alps, and the lovely spa town of Merano is a central location for wine lovers to explore the many vineyards in the region.
Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? Beer.
IN MEMORIAM: Fulton Street Fish Market
Chef John Stewart cherished pork products so much he had a pig tattooed on his arm. He believes it was his enthusiasm for pork that ultimately won over his wifeˇfellow chef and restaurant owner, Duskie Estes. — Food Arts
The U.S. dollar still goes far in Argentina, and Mendoza wine country, set against the foothills of the Andean mountains, can be both rugged and luxurious, at times all at once. Fortunately for people who love viticulture and trips abroad, the U.S. dollar still goes far in Argentina's Mendoza wine country. — ABC.com
On his 65th birthday, John Tanner was going mano a mano with an outraged, feral razorback hog in an abandoned orange grove... — Saveur
Just as grape-picking and -crushing comes to an end, the olive season is getting quickly under way in northern California's wine country.
Learning About San Miguel de Allende Through Shopping, Chopping and Tasting — ABC.com
Visitors to Spain are likely to hear a couple different versions about how tapas started. The most popular one is that when drinking beers in taverns, people placed a slice of bread over their beers to keep the flies out, hence the word "tapa" or lid. — ABC.com
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