Fantasy Travel Week on Food Republic

Do you read Food Republic? I do. I also happen to write for them quite a bit (check out my Kessler Report column here). Most weeks, the site features great food content geared towards dudes (bacon, whisky, sports, souffles) but this week, they’ve been doing Fantasy Travel Week and it’s pretty fantastic, although I think…

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Bike Around Blackberry Farm in Tennessee

Blackberry Farm is a culinary utopia with 4,200 acres in the foothills of the Appalachians in Tennessee and their own bakery, butcher shop, salumeria, dairy, and more. Trek Travel aims to create a cyclist’s utopia, creating bike-riding vacations all over the world. What do you get when you combine them? The Great Smoky Mountain/Blackberry Farm…

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LongHorn Steakhouse Comes to ATL Airport

It took more than thirty years after the very first LongHorn Steakhouse opened in Atlanta’s Buckhead neighborhood in 1981, but Hartfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) finally has an outpost of the chain for travelers desperate to get some charred beef in before a flight. Just opened on February 2nd, the airport version of LongHorn resides…

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Gordon Ramsay’s Heathrow Picnic Baskets

So I was cruising around Twitter and came across this tweet from @steglobal (retweeted by Heathrow Airport):   Superb thought by Gordon Ramsey – @planefood in @HeathrowAirport have picnic boxes to takeaway in chill bags. BRAVO ! pic.twitter.com/4yYD41wQje — ste global (@steglobal) February 17, 2014   That. Looks. Awesome. Allow me to dissect the tweet…

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