Randy’s Donuts

This is a guest post from my husband, Michael, who travels the world and brings home stories of his many culinary adventures. Have you passed by curious places that nearly draw you in but for some reason you just don’t stop by; maybe you’re in a hurry, or the time is not right. Randy’s Donuts… 

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Dinosaur Bar-B-Que

We can’t remember the details of our first trip to Dinosaur Bar-B-Que almost eleven years ago when we were dating, or why we chose to go there. Perhaps it was the quirky name, the recommendation of a friend, or even the person working the front desk at the hotel where we were staying. All of… 

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Silver Diner's New Healthy Menu

When I think of diner food, the first thought that comes to my mind is greasy spoon, traditional diner food that’s great for comfort but not healthy, and that’s what I said to Robert Giaimo, Founder and President and CEO of Silver Diner, Inc. I have eaten at Silver Diner, but it’s been a while… 

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The Rainbow Drive-In

This is a guest post from my husband, Michael, who travels the world and brings home stories of his many culinary adventures. When traveling to even familiar places it’s nice to know a local. My friend Donn has lived in Hawaii all his life and when I asked him about the Rainbow Drive-In his face… 

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Restaurant: Calwer Eck, Stuttgart, Germany

Andrea Meyers - Meal at Calwer Eck in Stuttgart, Germany

Billed as the “kleinste bräuerei Stuttgarts” (the smallest brewery in Stuttgart), Calwer Eck is a brewery restaurant worth a look. In a central downtime location on the Calwer Strasse, a pedestrian street near the Stadtmitte S-Bahn stop, it’s easily accessible and close to a number of tourist attractions in the Altstadt (old part of town)…. 

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Tokyo Eating by the Clock

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This is a guest post from my husband, Michael, who travels the world and promised me a story about one of his many culinary experiences. Future posts will have photos from his trips. We ventured across the world’s busiest intersection, the rush hour crowd absorbing us as if we weren’t there. “Where are we going?”… 

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