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Musings – Where Are The Destination Restaurants of North America?

Three stars reward exceptional cuisine where diners eat extremely well, often superbly. Distinctive dishes are precisely executed, using superlative ingredients. Worth a special journey. – the Michelin Guide
Restaurants don’t need to be difficult to get to to be “worth a […]

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The Red Hen – Shining in Shenandoah

The Red Hen in Lexington, Virginia is
not a large restaurant. In fact, it is fairly small, so small that it
employs one chef, one waitress and a dishwasher. Though its size is
diminutive, its quality is not. Chef Tucker Yoder, […]

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My March to the Sea: A Journey to Some of the Best New Southern Cooking

Unlike another invader who came from
the north, I did not descend upon the south to plunder and conquer,
intent on leaving a wake of devastation. No, I came to discover for
myself some of what I have heard so much […]

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