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Wonderful Wednesday! Three Ways to EAT: Food Markets in NYC

Wonderful Wednesday! Three Ways to EAT: Food Markets in NYC

A Guest Post by Suzanne Simone Stavert of ADVENTURES OF EMPTY NESTERS! One World Trade Center,The Freedom Tower, NYC There is never a shortage of amazing food markets in New York City. Picking a favorite is like choosing which of your friends you like best..impossible! Just like with the number of friends, the more markets […]

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5 Things You’ll Only Find in San Francisco

5 Things You’ll Only Find in San Francisco

Once you decide you’re heading to San Francisco, you probably have a long list of items you want to do during your visit. Everywhere you go you’ll have your camera out trying to capture every moment you’re in this big, beautiful city. There’s so much to see and do, but make sure these five things […]

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A Cooking Class with the World Cooking Project!

A Cooking Class with the World Cooking Project!

Guest Adventurer Suzanne Stavert of ADVENTURES WITH EMPTY NESTERS! Check it out! A fun new cooking class! Cooking for my family has been one of the greatest joys of my life. My skill level has improved over the last 30 years and the techniques I have learned from accomplished chefs have layered my basic skills […]

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Guest Adventurer Suzanne Stavert and her Amazing Ceviche post!

Guest Adventurer Suzanne Stavert and her Amazing Ceviche post!

GUEST BLOG BY SUZANNE STAVERT OF Adventures of Empty Nesters!  Check out her blog! During our amazing vacation at the Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort of Costa Rica, we were taught how to make ceviche ~ Costa Rica Style! Craig and I were treated to a private cooking lesson with Chef Hanier from the resort’s fine dining seafood restaurant, Ostra. We learned how to combine […]

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7 Vietnamese street-foods you Must Try!

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7 Vietnamese street-foods you Must Try!

By Guest Blogger Louise Rose, author of www.go-vietnam.com One thing that many people consider as a favorite part of any trip, regardless of the destination, is trying and sampling the local cuisine of the country they are visiting. Perhaps because of this preference, many people have become “foodies” in recent years. In fact, many people […]

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Weidmann’s, a Culinary Surprise in Mississippi!

Weidmann’s, a Culinary Surprise in Mississippi!

Weidmann’s opened in Meridian, MS in 1870 by a chef named Felix Weidmann. Yes, 1870!! The hotel remains in the historic downtown, in the same space it occupied in 1923.  The restaurant stayed in the family until 1999, which is pretty amazing I’m sure you’ll agree.  Apparently the Weidmann family ran out of chefs, as it […]

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5 Reasons to Vacation in Cozumel, Mexico!

5 Reasons to Vacation in Cozumel, Mexico!

If you are looking to vacation in the Caribbean, there are many destinations to choose from.  Most have beautiful beaches, clear water, and plenty of sunshine, so how do you choose?  Islands are like people, and they all have different personalities.  What makes Cozumel so special?  Well, let me tell you all about it! 1. What […]

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Fab Photos Friday: Fine Dining in Cozumel!

Fab Photos Friday: Fine Dining in Cozumel!

I first went to Cozumel in 1986 (when I was 10 years old…ha!).  It was a very small place with just a couple of places to eat, and very little shopping.  As a diving mecca, it had never really occurred to me that Cozumel would ever become a “foodie” travel spot…but I can tell you […]

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Fab Photos Friday: Culinary Delights in Cozumel, Mexico

Fab Photos Friday: Culinary Delights in Cozumel, Mexico

Fabulous food should be part of everyone’s vacation. Good food cannot be confused with fantastic food. In Cozumel, the restaurant to go to is La Cocay.  La Cocay means “dragonfly” in the Mayan language, but it’s food is distinctly Mediterranean. Here is some good news:  they have enlarged their menu! I confess that La Cocay is […]

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Christmas Customs in France! Allons-y!!!!!

Christmas Customs in France! Allons-y!!!!!

While American children are hanging stockings for Santa to fill, French children are putting their shoes by the fire so Pere Noel (Papa Noel) will fill them with gifts. If children are bad in the US they are told Santa will leave coal in their stockings, but in France, a child on the naughty list might […]

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