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On a recent trip we discovered this wonderful 7th century working water mill in the center of the southern Dutch city of Maastricht that grounded spelt flour and prepared breads using traditional methods.... Read more
A diverse, thriving metropolis, Philadelphia manages to be both contemporary and historic, hip and old-school. Though its skyline is dominated by two modern glass-and-granite skyscrapers, the real gems are the quiet streets extending away from Center City, lined with old row houses and corner buildings splashed with colorful murals. This is the birthplace of the U.S.A., but don’t think of Philly as one giant American history lesson: The city is younger and more vibrant than you might assume, with edgy public art and a leading craft beer scene just as woven into the current landscape as the cracked Liberty Bell and expected (yet still delicious) cheesesteak. Our food coverage, ranging from old-timer favorite snapper soup and “red gravy” Italian-American to raw local oysters, pays homage to both ends of Philadelphia’s spectrum.
Anyone who is on this site knows that taste and smell are inextricably linked. You really can't have one without the other. The aroma of freshly ground coffee is almost as good as taking t… Read more
It was day two, round three of a grueling golf weekend at the Pocono Manor golf resort in eastern Pennsylvania, circa 1997. When my foursome arrived at the “halfway house” 27 holes… Read more
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