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Breakfast at Snowberry Inn: Cream Eggs Recipe

May 29, 2015
Snowberry Inn Cream Eggs recipe

Alan and I appreciate a bed and breakfast that serves a hot breakfast. That’s why we build extra time into our boomer road trips for enjoying a leisurely morning meal. And that’s what we found at Snowberry Inn in Eden, Utah when Innkeeper Andrea served up her delicious cream eggs recipe. On a road trip to Utah, we […]

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Exploring NYC’s Fabulous Food Halls and the High Line

May 25, 2015
Le District La Fromagerie

Everyone knows that New York City has some of the most diverse culinary options in the world. However, with so many mouth-watering options at your disposal, trying to decide on where to go can be overwhelming. Today’s guest writer, Judy Freedman from A Boomers Life After 50, is here to point us to some of […]

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Learning to Bake Pies at Triple Creek Ranch

February 12, 2015
Triple Creek Ranch

Although Triple Creek Ranch offers plenty of outdoor adventures for active boomers, sometimes you need a break from all that rugged fun. That’s how I found myself in a pie baking class on a Thanksgiving visit to the Montana Relais & Chateau guest ranch. Guests gather in the gourmet kitchen of Ponderosa cabin to watch […]

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Saturday’s scene: At the Luau

September 13, 2014
Old Lahaina Luau sunset

As the sun dips into the Pacific, dancers at Old Lahaina Luau begin to perform the history of the Hawaiian Islands through hula. A guest of the Maui Visitor’s Bureau, I have a ringside seat and the perfect vantage point to take photos. But this is just the beginning of an entertaining evening in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii. […]

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Hitting the trail in Nanaimo

July 17, 2013
Sampling an original Nanaimo Bar on the Nanaimo Bar Trail

Would you like to hit the trail in Nanaimo, British Columbia? No, I don’t mean a hiking trail that climbs through a Vancouver Island rainforest or a path that skirts the scenic coast. I’m talking about a city trail in the historic center of downtown Nanaimo where the purpose of our walk is to sample […]

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Go back to school at The Broadmoor’s Barbecue University

February 7, 2013

Do you like to mix cooking with luxury travel? Barbecue University might be just the ticket for upgrading your barbecue skills. Steve Collins of Santa Fe Traveler attended and is here to tell us why we should go, too. Looking for a great getaway? Boomer barbecue fans can combine cooking and luxury at Barbecue University. […]

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Christmas cookies from around the world

November 20, 2012
Brette Sember's Christmas Cookies from Around the World

Travel the globe without leaving your kitchen. Christmas cookies from around the world, today’s guest article from Brette Sember, will let you do just that. And Brette should know since she wrote the book on cookies: Cookie: A Love Story: Fun Facts, Delicious Stories, Fascinating History, Tasty Recipes, and More About Our Most Beloved Treat. Although […]

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Enjoy The Sanders 25th Anniversary Omelette

November 6, 2012
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Alan and I enjoy starting out our boomer travel day with a hot breakfast like The Sanders 25th Anniversary Omelette. Even better is when we are able to share the recipe with our readers. During our stay at The Sanders Bed and Breakfast, Bobbi Uecker and Rock Ringling (yes THAT Ringling) offered to share their […]

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Dining outdoors at Tohono Chul Tea Room

May 15, 2012

Updated 01.15.2013 Are you a fan of eating breakfast outdoors—especially on a trip? There’s something decadent about lazing over a cup of coffee after a delicious meal while nature provides the entertainment. Here’s an insider’s tip:  if you’re boomertravel plans include Tucson, Arizona, save a morning for breakfast at Tohono Chul Tea Room (January 16, 2013: […]

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Seabourn classic: Baileys sabayon with strawberry

February 21, 2012
Baileys Sabayon

Culinary demonstrations at sea offer boomer cruisers the opportunity to learn new recipes and cooking techniques. On our Seabourn Odyssey cruise from Sydney to Los Angeles, I attended a session led by Seabourn’s Executive Chef de Cuisine, Rajat Adhikary, who demonstrated one of the Seabourn Classic dishes—Baileys Sabayon with Strawberry. He has kindly allowed me […]

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