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Architectural History, Food History | August 31, 2016
View up Riquewihr’s central street, Rue de General de Gaulle (Photo P. Hunt 2016)
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Food History | July 30, 2016
Vosne-Romanée (Photo P. Hunt, 2015)
By Patrick Hunt –
Vosne-Romanée may be known to many connoisseurs as the most exclusive wine village not only in...
Food History | December 31, 2014
Champagne Revelers in a scene depicting 18th century. a bas-relief from 1883 at Pommery, Reims (courtesy of AP, Daily Mail, UK)
A bottle for New Year’s...
Food History | April 1, 2014
Schloss Salenegg in Maienfeld, Bündner Herrschaft (Photo P. Hunt 2014)
By Patrick Hunt
How many wines can compete with the renown of Burgundy for Pinot Noir?...
Food History | April 1, 2013
Ceramic cacao vessel lid from Tonina, cacao beans guarded by monkey (Photo courtesy of Maya Exhibition, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Gatineau)
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