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  1. Viking feeds your appetite for learning and cooking with this three-day, three-city, three-chef package for you and five of your friends. The first stop is the Viking Culinary Arts Center in Garden...
  2. The culinary elves at Eleni’s (212.255.7990, www.elenis.com ), a gourmet Manhattan bakery, will not bake you an ordinary gingerbread house this holiday season—that is, unless you happen to live in an...
  3. Holiday time at Colorado’s Keystone Resort ( www.keystone.snow.com ) brings more than those glorious Rocky Mountain vistas. An eyeful of a different sort goes on display December 13 through January 5...
  4. Redcoat Revel The year was 1778, and things were hopping in Philadelphia. The founding fathers of the revolution had departed, as had Gen. George Washington’s army (now encamped outside the city in...
  5. Abbondonza! The word alone evokes images of joyful celebration, family ties, and hearty feasts—which is exactly what Francesca Abbracciamento, one of Manhattan’s premier party planners, is predicting...
  6. When the London gourmet grocer Fortnum and Mason ( www.fortnumandmason.co.uk ) advertised for a new confectionery buyer last August, it received more than 3,500 applications. The new employee would...
  7. When Ermanno Goldoni was born 57 years ago, his father boiled white, sugary Trebbiano grapes in a vat and poured the liquid, or must, into an oak barrel to begin the oxidization process that would...
  8. When chef Hans Röckenwagner was growing up in Bavaria, his earliest culinary memories were of his mother’s traditional German dishes prepared in her Gaggenau oven. At the time (the 1960s), the oven...
  9. Le Français (847.541.7470, www.lefrancaisrestaurant.com ), the venerable French powerhouse located in the Chicago suburb of Wheeling, doesn’t need a gimmick to draw diners—some patrons make a special...
  10. Streets filled with pantomimists, clarinet players, and bead-draped women give credence to the notion that New Orleans is more of a stage than a city. People watching, as much as dining, is the...

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