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The casual visitor to Hawaii may be surprised to learn that a number of French chefs have been reimagining the islands’ cuisine by incorporating a variety of ingredients and culinary techniques that are traditionally associated with France. This blending of distinct cooking styles has resulted in the creation of some delectable specialties that speak “aloha”
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It’s called parrilla and it’s everywhere. In pure form, this is simply meat grilled over fire, but many manifestations are part of what make dining in Uruguay unique. Experience parrilla al aire libre, in open air, or at restaurants and establishments such as wineries and family homes. Tira de asado (short ribs), beef, lamb, fish,
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About Lydia Schrandt Lydia, Senior Photo Editor and Readers’ Choice Production Manager for USA TODAY 10Best, has traveled to more than 40 countries in Europe, Asia and North and South America, and has lived in Albuquerque, Galveston, Austin, Thailand, Korea, China, Ecuador, Colombia, Argentina, Brazil, Spain and now Houston. When she’s not at her computer
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Anyone who’s spent time in Iceland has likely observed that the locals are not afraid to drink, and with Christmas fast approaching, this bibulous crowd takes their proclivity for alcohol to the next level. Icelandic cultural customs take many forms, but the holidays are particularly packed with various alcohol-based activities (what with needing something to
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