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Colombian Changua: A Culinary Discovery

For most of us, traveling means chowing down on local eats. While many of us live in cities that play host to a culinary scene with international flavors, there's just no comparison to exploring food in its country of origin.


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Life on the High Line with Fany Gerson

Fany Gerson had already begun selling ice pops at her popular La Newyorkina stands when she learned Manhattan’s High Line park was adding food vendors to their 2011 summer sea


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The Cubano: A Brief History (and Recipe!)
The Cubano: A Brief History (and Recipe!)

The Cubano, also known as a Cuban sandwich or a mixto, is a hearty dish traditionally made with Cuban bread, thick slices of ham and roasted pork (and occasionally salami), Swiss cheese, mustard and pickles.


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Acaraje: In Search of the Best of Bahia's Most Beloved Street Food

In 2010, I visited Brazil for the first time. Like any hungry and curious wanderer, I pored over travel guides to begin to piece together a scavenger hunt of “must-sees” and, more importantly, “must-eats” for my trip.


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Peru's Pisco Heartland

While both Peru and Chile claim Pisco as their national spirit, the methods for producing the potent brandy could not be more different.


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