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    Vacation Ideas: Where to Go this Winter for Top Value

    November 13th, 2012 | Conde Nast Traveler

    Itching to get away this winter? I’ve got ten unusual ideas for you that are a good value for your dollar from now through March. Some of the offers below are available only through destination specialists on my annually updated list of top travel specialists revealed today in CondĂ© Nast Traveler’s December issue. Some are actually available even during the peak Christmas/New Year’s period. Happy travels!

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    Overwhelmed? Book a Table for Thanksgiving Dinner

    November 12th, 2012 | Bon Appetit

    Look, we understand. Although Thanksgiving is, as we may have said before, the Most Important Food Day of the Year, it’s a little overwhelming. Okay, a lot overwhelming. And if you have a small apartment, a crummy kitchen, or, shall we say, underdeveloped cooking skills (which you can and should improve here), it might just make more sense to do Thanksgiving out. Well, we’ve got you covered there, too. Here are our favorite restaurants in America, organized by region, willing to serve you (and your loved ones) a fantastic Turkey Day dinner this year. Reserve soon, and tip well!

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    A Southern States Food Tour

    November 1st, 2012 | Conde Nast Traveler

    I’d been on the road for a day or two,tacking to and fro among the nouveau food snob destinations of backwoods Tennessee, before I met the man gourmet chefs in tony Yankee-style restaurants call the Rock Star of Country Ham. During the course of my travels, I’d already tasted “hand-wrapped” artisanal chocolates touched with barrel-aged bourbon and discussed the merits of the corn bread madeleine with several loquacious self-proclaimed food snobs from Nashville. I’d stood in line for a taste of that city’s famously addictive Prince’s “hot” fried chicken and paid one hundred dollars for an elaborate eleven-course tasting menu that included a strange, intoxicating substance called Wonder Bread PurĂ©e. I’d visited with an artisanal “seed saver” who travels the mountain valleys looking for ancient beans and strains of corn, and sat at the bar of a little barbecue joint in Nolensville, Tennessee, contemplating the Big Momma Sampler, an impressive local specialty that includes a pile of barbecued pork products roughly the size of my head.

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    Five Fall Favorites: Travis Grimes

    November 1, 2012 | Garden & GUn

    The menu at Husk, in Charleston, South Carolina, changes daily, depending on what’s available from local farmers, foragers, and fishermen. The man who writes that menu most days— the man whom Chef Sean Brock calls his “clone”— is Chef de Cuisine Travis Grimes. Over years spent cooking in the Lowcountry, he’s developed and refined an encyclopedic […]

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