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How far will you go for good food?

·  Cucina Casalinga in Wilton, Connecticut
   A kitchen where you can make it like Mario.

·  Greig Farm in Red Hook, New York
   Berry and apple picking plus more.

·  Home Hill Inn, New Hampshire
   Nourishment for the soul.

·  Ithaca, New York
   Waterfalls and wineries upstate.

·  Northfork, New York
   Picnicking out on Long Island.

·  Barcelona
Tapas and towers, now accessible by direct flights from New York.

  Chester, Connecticut
A new restaurant is well worth the trip.

·  London
A new, unforgettable dining experience from the city's star chef.

·  Montreal
Get a taste of France without the jet lag.

  Napa Valley
   Is it possible to enjoy the vineyards on just ten bottles a day?

·  Newtown, Connecticut
 For travel foodies Jane and Michael Stern, some of their best finds have been in the couple's own Connecticut backyard.

A future food critic avoids the obvious on a would-be romantic weekend.

·  Provence
Visit Alain Ducasse's gourmet getaway.

·  Red Hook, New York
Eat well and shop smart.

·  Venice
New restaurants (and old favorites).
·  Avery Island, Louisiana
   The Lourdes of Tobasco worshipers.

·  Boca Raton
   Not just for your grandma anymore - Drew Nieporent has arrived.

·  Bordeaux, France
   Take the wine cure in Martillac.

·  Chicago
   Building an appetite in the windy city.

·  Kentucky
   Bourbon, bourbon, and more bourbon.

·  Philadelphia
   A cross-cultural New Year's Eve for the whole family.

·  Portland, Maine
   A surprising new foodie mecca.

·  Sonoma County
   Wine-tasting tours without the Napa attitude.

·  Virginia
   A dream dinner at the Inn at Little Washington.

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