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Gastronomic Travel

Where to eat and drink when traveling. The best part of traveling is understanding the local culture through their food.

Hawaii Gastronomic Journey Part 2 -Hole In The Walls, Mom and Pops Restaurants

Husband and Wife teams are what makes Mom & Pops thrive. Food made with love. UpCountry Bakery in Captain Cook's

Big Island Hawaii - Hole in the walls, Mom and Pop Restaurants are the best food you will find on the Island. Great tips to find the best food. Read More »

Hawaii Gastronomic Journey – Part 1 – The Hawaiian Culinary Renaissance

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Several months ago I read an article in Travel and Leisure Magazine about the Hawaiian culinary renaissance.. The article conjured my childhood memories of family vacations to Hawaii and eating what seemed like the same meal wherever we went. Every restaurant had the same over-priced tourist food that matched the cuisine on Magnum P.I. and Gilligan’s Island. Even as a ... Read More »

Review of the Palm Desert Food and Wine Festival

Food and Wine Festival Palm Desert - Seared Green Mussel

Review of palm desert food and wine festival 2012 Read More »

New Orleans Gastromic Tour Part 3 of 3 – Jazz Brunch Buffets, Balconies, and Maxim Models

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Day 3- Monday – Lundi Gras As you read the Part 2 of 3 section of the New Orleans Gastronomic Tour, Day two in New Orleans went by like a blur and we tried all types of New Orleans Cuisine along the way. We still had plenty of touring and gastronomic research to perform before our trip ended. This blog ... Read More »

New Orleans Gastromic Tour Part 2 of 3 : Beignets, Oysters and Dive Burger Bars

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As I had described in my previous blog post about Day 1 in New Orleans, we spent our first night enjoying a leisurely dinner at the upscale and delicious Arnaud’s Restaurant enjoying classic Creole dishes. Later that night we hit Bourbon Street and happily participated in some low-brow Mardi Gras shenanigans that includes strong drinks called hand-grenades, beads and gratuitous displays ... Read More »