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If you love traveling in the outdoors, mountaineering, kayaking, camping, or doing anything in the middle of Mother Nature, you really need a great, waterproof duffel bag. We camp a lot year-round when we’re home in South Florida, and having a waterproof duffel bag is something Tracy and I always take with us. No matter if we’re camping, biking, kayaking, or spending a weekend... Read More
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A Couple For The Road by Justin & Tracy - 9h ago

Traveling is a lot more enjoyable when you have bags that make sense – bags that are easy to carry, easy to store, light, and durable. For us, one of the best solutions to all of this are wheeled duffel bags. The best wheeled duffel bags for travel are typically ones that store a lot, without being overly heavy and hard to lug around.... Read More
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A Couple For The Road by Justin & Tracy - 2d ago

I know a lot of travelers (including Tracy and I) that like to get the best bang for their buck by adding extra destinations to their trips. Making a stop can break up a long trip, provide a chance to see family or friends, or let you explore a place you’ve never been or really love. In fact, did you know that Tracy and... Read More
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Pho is a dish that has gone from something entirely known outside of the western world to somewhat of a fad within it. It’s trendy with good reason – it’s awesome. But, easy to make and replicate at home? Not so much. The true pho – a Vietnamese dish concentrating its protein on beef, tendons, and various “off” cuts, is delicate and hard to... Read More
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A Couple For The Road by Justin & Tracy - 1w ago

Yorkshire Pudding is older than the United States – by at least 40 years! When wheat flour became commonly used for making pastries, cakes, and pudding, cooks throughout England devised a means of making use of the fat that dropped into the dripping pan to cook a batter pudding while the meat continued to roast. The recipe, initially called “dripping pudding” as it was... Read More
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Like most big-city tourist destinations, Boston has so much going on that it can sometimes be overwhelming to plan an itinerary for a short visit. One way we like to explore new cities in cases like this, though, is by neighborhood. This can make a big place feel smaller, as each neighborhood generally has its own culture and architecture. Exploring by neighborhood lets you... Read More
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A Couple For The Road by Justin & Tracy - 1w ago

Portuguese Beef Stew, like any good stew, is all about the sauce. To make it right, you need all the essential ingredients of fat, salt, spice, and of course (and most importantly) – time. In Portuguese Beef Stew, there really isn’t any fantastic departure from the type of stew you’ve maybe had in America or Northern Europe, other than the addition of a little... Read More
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One of the things we love about Hispanic, or really any dish, is heat. There really isn’t any better combination than fatty meats, delicious cheeses, and a little something that will make you sweat! We do a lot of different variations on stuffed or baked peppers at home, ranging from more tame versions like hamburger-stuffed bell peppers to dishes like this, which are certainly... Read More
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This variant on the famous schnitzel of Germany and Austria is a Jagerschnitzel – a standard veal or pork schnitzel made with a deep, rich, mushroom sauce. The dish, itself, is dark and satisfying, perhaps one of our favorite takes on the traditional German schnitzel. While the recipe doesn’t call for it, you truly should consider adding one shot of the famous German liqueur... Read More
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Bubble and squeak is a traditional British breakfast made from boiled potatoes and cabbage. In more modern times, it is a dish made with the shallow, fried leftover vegetables from a roast dinner, although increase in vegetarian eating has led to a more traditional reinvention of this classic British dish. The main ingredients are potato and cabbage, but carrots, peas, Brussels sprouts, and a... Read More
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