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Where to Eat in Rio de Janeiro

My Top Restaurant Recommendations for Rio Rio de Janeiro has a beat all its own; it’s a city that moves you. From Sugarloaf Mountain to Copacabana Beach, it’s easy to see why Rio is one of the most visited cities in the Southern Hemisphere. Cantinho das Concertinas The large CADEG market is filled with hundreds…  Read More

Taste Atlas: Johannesburg

Devour Johannesburg A lively and diverse city, Johannesburg—known by locals as Jozi, Jo’Burg or Joeys—is the largest city in South Africa. With a history chock full of crime and decay, the city’s future is heading in a different direction. An influx of creative energy has tourists eager to visit and the city is coming back…  Read More

Taste Atlas: Munich

Devour Munich The capital of Bavaria, Munich is full of impressive architecture, world-class art, and prosperous industries. Home of Germany’s renowned Oktoberfest celebration, there’s a lot more to Munich than huge beer gardens and lederhosen. Bike through the old town, visit Frauenkirche, and indulge in various Bavarian meals that you simply can’t find outside of this region. From…  Read More

Sausage & Pepper Tagine

Sausage and Pepper Tagine

Easy Sausage and Peppers By Andrew Zimmern This amazing sausage and pepper tagine can be served with toast as a sandwich, over pasta, with risotto or on its own. You can also replace the cherry tomatoes with 8 cups crushed tomatoes, then simmer in the oven covered for an hour, to make a superb sausage tomato sauce.

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Bizarre Foods in the Kitchen: Beer Garden-Style Red Cabbage & Sausage

Authentic Bavarian Grub Celebrate Oktoberfest in your own kitchen with this traditional German comfort food. Cabbage and sausage – whether it’s knockwurst, weisswurst, bockwurst or braturst – is the culinary national obsession in Munich’s beer gardens. We had the best version of this meal one day at the Englischer Garten, where the Chinesischer Turm (Chinese Tower)…  Read More

Best Fall Beverages

What to Drink Now We are in the thick of sweater-weather here in Minnesota, time to bring out the soup recipes and pumpkin carving tools, to go apple picking and embark on fall foliage drives. It’s also the season for mulled wine, hoppy beer and hard cider and whether you’re sitting around the fire-pit or…  Read More

Best Fall Beverages

What to Drink Now We are in the thick of sweater-weather here in Minnesota, time to bring out the soup recipes and pumpkin carving tools, to go apple picking and embark on fall foliage drives. It’s also the season for mulled wine, hoppy beer and hard cider and whether you’re sitting around the fire-pit or…  Read More