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  • Honor freedom with a beer can, chicken

    Honor freedom with a beer can, chicken
    Nothing quite says 4th of July -- and American independence from unreasonable taxation and those intrusive federal regulations -- like a chicken with a beer can stuck up its behind, roasting silently over wood charcoal. Nothing. Cynics may call it a...
  • Saving on theme-park eats

    Saving on theme-park eats
    A day in a theme park isn't usually a bargain. Frugal visitors may find admission deals or resist souvenir stands, but we've gotta eat, right? When a soft drink price is twice what you'd pay at a 7-Eleven, you've got to swallow hard. Ah, but there are...
  • Wine Find: 2008 Hahn SLH Estate Pinot Gris

    From: Santa Lucia Highlands, Calif. Price: $20 Serve with: Salmon with cream sauce This is hardly a delicate, crystalline white wine. It's big, robust, rounded and creamy in texture. The alcohol level is high for a white at 14.2 percent, but it's...
  • Wine Pairings: Find the right wine for tonight's dinner

    Wine Pairings: Find the right wine for tonight's dinner
  • Don't cry for Argentina's wine

    Don't  cry for Argentina's wine
    Sorry, Evita, if there's any crying going on in Argentina these days, it's likely to be in the vineyards. And they're tears of joy. Sales of Argentine wine continue to build strongly in the United States, according to The Nielsen Co., a market research...
  • Pinot noir smackdown: Oregon vs. California

    Pinot noir smackdown: Oregon vs. California
    Oregonians famously don't want you to move there, but they don't mind a visit — unless you're Californian. Then don't bother, please, and thank you. Regional dislikes are nothing new: Connecticut people loathe New Yorkers (especially those behind...
  • A night at the pub

    A night at the pub
    Some travelers seek out England's pubs for ales and beers. Some seek out pubs for their beds. The reason? Travelers find that a country pub may be the only lodging in tiny villages dotting the English countryside. Which is how my husband and I ended...
  • Volt satisfies body and soul

    Volt satisfies body and soul
    The hottest table in Baltimore isn't in Baltimore. It's Volt in Frederick. Credit the recent spike in interest to owner/chef Bryan Voltaggio's success on Bravo's "Top Chef" reality show. Suddenly, it's impossible to get a reservation on a weekend...
  • 6 other things to do on the island

    6 other things to do on the island
    SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. — For visitors not inclined to do the "Sanibel Stoop" for shells, the island boasts many alternatives. Here are six possibilities. 1. Visit CROW (Clinic for the Rehabilitation of Wildlife), a rescue organization that helps save...
  • Hotel gift shops go glam

    Hotel gift shops go glam
    The days when taking home a souvenir from your favorite hotel meant a bad logo T-shirt or golf visor are long gone. How about a Rebecca Minkoff bag? The W Hotel's stores have one in an exclusive shade of turquoise. A pair of Band of Outsiders pajamas?...
  • Passover desserts rise above limitations

    Passover desserts rise above limitations
    How many great desserts can you think of that aren't made with flour, baking powder or even dairy products? The answer is: However many great desserts a Jewish kosher cook can serve for Passover meals while still following the dietary laws for this...