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Chilean Wine Regions

Pimsleur Approach • December 4, 2012 • Food & WineComments (0)
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Chilean wines have risen from a regional favorite to become an international sensation. In fact, you can find Chilean wines in nearly 100 countries throughout the world. Chile’s vineyards lie between the Pacific Ocean and the Andes Mountains, where climate conditions and fertile soils combine to produce superior quality wine grapes. Most vineyards are situated […]

Argentina’s Wine Regions

Pimsleur Approach • November 20, 2012 • Food & WineComments (0)
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When you visit Argentina you can certainly expect to see a few gauchos and indulge in a thick, juicy steak. But while you’re there, you can also sit back and relax with a bottle of fine Argentine wine. Argentina’s wine industry consistently ranks among the top ten producers in the world. As you might expect, […]

Smacznego! (‘Bon Appétit!’): Cheap Eats – Polish Style!

Pimsleur Approach • November 14, 2012 • Food & WineComments (0)
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One of the most attractive features of Poland as a tourist destination is the fact that you can get really good food, really cheap. A three course meal for two in a better than average restaurant can cost as little as $60 including drinks, and the restaurant scene in Poland is becoming ever more diverse […]

10 Cultural Cuisines for the Very Brave and Adventurous

Pimsleur Approach • October 18, 2012 • Food & WineComments (1)
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Food is a big part of the experience of going abroad. Fine dining in France, exotic street food in Thailand, and earthy Mediterranean flavours in Italy are a large part of why we want to visit these places and learn their languages. But cultural differences are nowhere more starkly illustrated than in national cuisines, and there are some […]

The Rapid Rise of Belgian Beer

Pimsleur Approach • October 11, 2012 • Food & WineComments (2)
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Many countries are renowned for their beer culture: the Czechs have their pioneering Pilsner, the Irish have their bestselling Guinness, the Germans have their froth-filled steins and the British have their lukewarm ales. However, in the last few years there has been another European country that’s gained huge plaudits for its unique beer culture, and […]

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