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In the Oeno File: Excellent effervescent wines are produced in practically every wine producing area of the world and even though French Champagne is the best known sparkler, there are other outstanding sparkling wines made in Spain, Italy, South Africa, Australia, Chile, and areas of France other than Champagne.  By Manos Angelakis               Read More...

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In Destinations: Chivalry did not begin with Sir Walter Raleigh laying down his valuable cloak in the muddy ground to prevent Queen Elisabeth I from dirtying her feet. In Sweden a giant named Vist, making sure that his wife had something to step on as she crossed Lake Vättern, threw a tuft of grass into the lake, creating the island of Visingsö. By Bo Zaunders     Read More...

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In Gastronomy: Single serve coffee brewers are dominating the residential US market with their ease of use and “fresh” portion pack coffee sealed in plastic or fabric-mesh cups. There are many single serve machines out there; Keurig Green Mountain has become the dominant brand in the US and Canada with their single use K-pod. By Manos Angelakis   Read More...

                                                        

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In the Restaurants section: It has been affirmed over and over again that location is everything. Well, in the case of Molos Restaurant - situated at the water’s edge in Weehawken, NJ - the view itself is worthy of a visit. But the food  is the crowning glory to an impressive gastronomic dining experience. By Barbara Angelakis         Read More...

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In Hotels & Resorts: J.W. Marriott in San Antonio, Texas, Hill Country, has spaces and places for couples and families, weddings, meetings and conferences. The layout provides spacious lounges and intimate spaces such as the cozy, well-appointed library and private garden nooks.The outside is an extension of the inside. By Carol Stigger      Read More...

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In Restaurant Notes: A few years back I worked for a short time in Jersey City in an office near the Grove Street PATH Station. At the time, just as a few Wall Street brokerages were moving their back office operations to the Jersey City waterfront, the culinary experience in that city was dreary, to be charitable. By Manos Angelakis                    Read More...

 

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