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A few of the articles from FWT Magazine Issue 5, Fall 2016, USA & Canada

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Jordan’s Food Mirrors Its History

The history of Jordan is inscribed in its cuisine.  As a country, Jordan is... Read more…

10 Time-Saving Instagram Scheduling Tools

The best Instagrammers schedule their photos. Travel writer Debra Schroeder tells us how to up our game with these 10 time-saving Instagram scheduling tools.

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Sailing with James Beard: Spanish Cuisine on the High Seas

The sky streaked pink and deepened to dusk as our ship headed into the... Read more…

Taste the World: Dominican Republic Cuisine Infused with Global Influences

Ah, Dominican. Your aromas from the city’s restaurants and food stalls... Read more…

Bacon Sandwiches and Banksy: Exploring the Flavors of London on an East End Food Tour

“Sorry. I think I ate your bacon sandwich.”

The tiny Australian woman didn’t look particularly sorry. I had been delayed by a construction slowdown on the tube and missed the first stop on the Eating London’s East End Food Tour. I managed to catch up with the group at The English Restaurant on Brushfield Street, where they were tucking in to servings of warm bread and butter pudding. I think the Australian would have eaten my pudding too if I had arrive a minute later.

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Pear Schnapps and Jugged Deer: Dining in Interlaken

Danke Schoen.  I’ve only heard Wayne Newton sing those two words.... Read more…

Cooking in Bologna: A Recipe for Food, Fun, and Friendship

A class cooking in Bologna at CIBO is the perfect kick-off to exploring Emilia Romagna’s Food Valley with friends.

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Culinary Cruising: Celebrity Chefs Now Rule the Waves

Celebrity chefs can be blamed for the disappearance of the bountiful buffet on many international cruise ships. These high-profile culinary wizards have made quality, not quantity, the focus of dining at sea.

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Catherine Parker: Insider’s Guide to Mommy Blogging

According to some pundits, mommy bloggers are some of the most well-read, trusted bloggers around today. We talk to travel writer Catherine Parker about her foray into mommy blogging and why it can be a great source of advice and inspiration for families who love to travel.

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Saving Puglia’s Olive Groves One Tree at a Time: Masseria Il Frantoio

Puglia (or Apulia as it is also known) is often called “the heel of... Read more…

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