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Making Friends Over Food In Riomaggiore, Italy
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Making Friends Over Food In Riomaggiore, Italy

“Hurry! Turn off the stove!” Dan, a Toronto, Canada, native, shouts as boiling water begins overflowing from the pot. I have never cooked before but am determined to create a delicious, authentic Italian meal here in Riomaggiore, Italy. We lower the heat and let the pasta continue to boil as […]

A Conversation Without Words In Riomaggiore, Italy
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A Conversation Without Words In Riomaggiore, Italy

Laying out on the jagged harbor rocks in Riomaggiore, Italy, I let the warm sun tan my skin. It was so peaceful in this town of old-warm charm and fishing boats. Families swimming in the small alcove while the more adventurous types dove from high-cliffs into the water. I close […]

Luxury Goes Organic: A Caviar You Can Feel Good About
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Luxury Goes Organic: A Caviar You Can Feel Good About

For all those who haven’t heard, caviar is okay to eat again. Actually, it’s more than okay, it’s sustainable and healthy, thanks to operations on British Columbia’s Sunshine Coast. While the Capsian and Black Seas once supplied all the world’s caviar, overfishing led to the downfall of fish farms that […]

Learning The Meaning Of Life Through Shawnee Storytelling
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Learning The Meaning Of Life Through Shawnee Storytelling

Before visiting Hocking Hills, Ohio, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. While I’d heard the state was flat with not much to do, I also heard there were some quirky and adventurous activities to be experienced. After visiting for myself, the latter view won by a landslide. One that […]

Il Mulino New York: Transporting Guests From Atlantic City To Authentic Italy
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Il Mulino New York: Transporting Guests From Atlantic City To Authentic Italy

“I feel like we’ve been transported to Italy,” I remark to my dinner companion, Alex. Impeccably-dressed waiters in black suits carry bottles of Tuscan wines and parmesan cheese rolls, while instrumental music sets the mood. Near the host stand, Italian ingredients and housemade liquors are displayed. “Your table is ready,” says […]