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Category: Culinary Travel

Dockside’s Herb-Crusted Cod with Lemon-Dill Beurre Blanc Sauce

Dockside’s Herb-Crusted Cod with Lemon-Dill Beurre Blanc Sauce

Its name sounds like you went to a lot of trouble. But it’s incredibly easy to cook. All that’s required here is a nice thick filet of cod, a Cuisinart, fresh breadcrumbs, parsley, garlic, and lemon zest.  And that lofty sauce with the French accent?…

A Doyenne of Travel Writing tells all! Everything about our Culinary Travels and more!

A Doyenne of Travel Writing tells all! Everything about our Culinary Travels and more!

We must admit, we were floored when Susan J. Young profiled us! Andrew and I were flattered, to say the least, when our profile appeared along with three others in Susan’s inimitable blog, https://blog.pavlus.com/  We want you to read all three but in the interests…

Viking’s “Welcome Back” to Europe’s Most Fabled Rivers Starts Now!

Viking’s “Welcome Back” to Europe’s Most Fabled Rivers Starts Now!

After “a Long, Long Norwegian Winter” Viking River is doing what it does best… And I wrote all about it for a wonderful publication, Avid Cruiser, whose RiverCruiseAdvisor is must-reading for all aficionados of River Cruising the world over.  I’ve written extensively about River Cruises…

Lamb Pita Pizzas adapted from Semsa Denizsel, the Turkish Alice Waters

Lamb Pita Pizzas adapted from Semsa Denizsel, the Turkish Alice Waters

Pizza, need I tell you, has taken over the world. And Turkey is no exception.  Spicy, crispy Turkish Pizza is called ‘Lahmacun‘. It’s Turkey’s most famous street food. And it’s a snap to make at home.  Picture it as a flavor-packed crispy flatbread topped with…