Friday, April 18, 2014 Nisan 18, 5774
By:
Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Though pop culture references Bangkok's more risqué side (the '80s song "One Night in Bangkok," and the recent film "Hangover 2," among them), a trip to Thailand's capital shows facets that are as multi-dimensional and culturally interesting as New York, Tel Aviv or Hong Kong. Its appeal is also reflected in the fact that in 2009, it was ranked the...
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By:
Bill Wine, JE Feature
It's Mexico's hidden paradise, where the desert disappears into the sea. Los Cabos ("The Capes"), the crown jewel of the Baja Peninsula, is a sun-drenched, safe and secure playground of resorts, a collective vacation enclave beckoning American travelers for its magnificent scenery, endless beaches and perfect climate -- as in fresh breezes, no humidity and, listen up, worshippers of Sol,...
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Lady Claire and Lord Godfrey Macdonald serve up Scottish stories by the yarn
By:
Sharon McDonnell
"You can't look a cow in the eye if you drink milk adulterated with water: It's an abomination." So states Lady Claire Macdonald, a blonde, 50ish vision in pearls and intense joie de vivre, whose cooking classes on Scotland's Isle of Skye in the Hebrides are heavily salted with strong opinions as she stirs, sautes, and chops. Lady Claire doesn't...
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Actually, it's more an artisanal art in this land of milk and honey -- and cream
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Elyse Glickman
Israeli food culture is on the rise, as are wine tours, agri-tours and other forms of foodie-tainment along the highways and back roads leading from Jerusalem and Tel Aviv to the Golan Heights. While artisanal cheesemakers in Israel may not have the celebrity marquee status of Haim Cohen, Moshe Segev and other chefs reshaping international notions about Israeli cuisine, they...
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Definitely not: Just sipping and supping the best of France
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Sharon McDonnell
In Burgundy, a region of France once ruled by Dukes nicknamed Philip the Bold, John the Fearless and Philip the Fair, I'm in an inn run by Katherine the Fabulous. In a stone barn converted to a stylishly-appointed inn in a town of 300, I'm on a tour for epicureans, taking cooking classes, tasting Burgundy's famous wines, and visiting postcard-perfect...
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