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Opies BBQ

spicewood, tx 78669
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Newly arrived in Spicewood, we tried Opies for BBQ, as we made our quest to find our favorite BBQ place in Central Texas. We have tried dozens, in Austin, down to Lockhart, south to San Antonio, and north... Read more

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Dish Spotlight: Gallo Pinto in Costa Rica

August 4, 2015

It doesn’t get much more tipico than this deceptively basic rice-and-beans breakfast, reports contributor (and Costa Rica resident) Chelsey Perron. A...

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  • Copenhagen

    Copenhagen, or København to the Danes, is renowned for its picturesque canals and bike-friendly streetscapes, its cutting-edge design and sky-high standard of living. In recent years, however, it’s gotten a disproportionate amount of press on the culinary front, and for good reason—the Danish capital of 1.2 million was awarded a record-breaking 18 Michelin stars among 15 restaurants in 2015,…   Read more

     

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  • Where to Eat (Absurdly Good) Nordic Food in Copenhagen

    We mean: outside of Noma. But must the word Noma be in every title of every article about Copenhagen dining? Dessert at Relæ To many an eater, Copenhagen means Noma, chef-owner René Redzepi’s temple to hyper-local Nordic…   Read more

  • What We Brought Back: Copenhagen

    This new series will detail the souvenirs—of the culinary variety and otherwise—we pick up on our travels, from pimiento cheese in Charleston to roasted ants from Colombia. Copenhagen is the type of city where you walk into a…   Read more

 

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