A Tale of Two Chardonnays

A Tale of Two Chardonnays

Summer! The season of al fresco dining with grilled meats, pasta, potato salads, and all manner of BBQ. And, of course, chardonnay, the white wine of choice for so many Americans. A perennial favorite, chardonnay can be crisp and floral or buttery and brazen; it...

FINE DINING IN AIRPORTS WORLDWIDE

FINE DINING IN AIRPORTS WORLDWIDE

I’ve always loved to travel, but still dread each departure when it involves an airport. Even before all the necessary security, airports already meant endless lines at check-in and passport control, crowds pushing in all directions, noise, confusion, and above all...

MARJORIE SHAW: INSIDER’S ITALY ONLY A CLICK AWAY

MARJORIE SHAW: INSIDER’S ITALY ONLY A CLICK AWAY

I’ve lived in Rome for almost half a century but my connection to Italy goes back another ten years to 1957, when I boarded the SS Saturnia to travel to Naples, Pompei, Paestum, Rome, Turin, the Val Pellice, and Venice. My close friend Marjorie Shaw’s connection goes...

Breakfast in Guadalajara

Breakfast in Guadalajara

Earlier this year I spent several days in the historically rich capital of Jalisco, but I arrived in the middle of a national holiday, which brought a traffic tsunami that began taking its toll on the long, loud, dusty drive in from the airport to my hotel in...

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