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4 June, 2018

Balsamic Vinegar of Modena: Youth has Its Own Rewards

Balsamic Vinegar of Modena: Youth has Its Own Rewards
Posted in : Food, Product Reviews on by : becca
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One of the highlights of last year’s International Food Bloggers Conference (IFBC) was a deep dive session into balsamic vinegar. Imagine yourself a strawberry going in for a dunk; it was that pleasurable to learn more about this essential member of the kitchen pantry from Federico Desimoni, director of the Consortium for the Protection of
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2 November, 2016

“A Perfect Score” Book Review

“A Perfect Score” Book Review
Comments : 1 Posted in : Food, Product Reviews, Red Wine, Writing on by : becca
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Obligatory disclaimer: I received a complimentary review copy of A Perfect Score to read for this post. Released in September by Center Street, A Perfect Score ($26; 207 pgs.) tells the story of the founding and growth of the HALL and WALT wineries from the intertwined perspectives of its two founders, Craig and Kathryn Hall.
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16 November, 2012

The Sustainable Classroom: Coffee & Chocolate

Posted in : Chocolatiers, Coffee Shops, Coffee Shops in Chapel Hill - NC, Coffee Shops in Raleigh - NC, Events, Grab and Go, Travel Sponsored Stays and Tours on by : becca
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The Sustainable Classroom: Coffee & Chocolate As part of my whirlwind weekend at TerraVITA 2012, I participated in the Sustainable Classroom on a free press pass. Each of the four sessions I attended was jam-packed with information and tasting experiences. There is no way I can share everything I learned with you, so instead, I’m
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