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[25 May 2013 | 32 Comments | 5,252 views]
International Travel Tips or: Things I’ve learned on Vacation

Adam and I recently returned from a (mostly) wonderful trip to Brazil — Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro — and Argentina — Iguazu Falls and Buenos Aires. And while the memories are still fresh in my mind, I wanted to share a few tips that I’ve picked up along the way — both in past wanderings and also on this particular time abroad.
While some of these suggestions are timeless, there are of course others that will not stand the test of time due to natural shifts in technology, economy, …

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Media »

[2 Jan 2012 | 9 Comments | 4,086 views]
Jewish Outlook: Moses Falafel Kosher Trailer to Open in January

Austin’s first kosher food trailer — Moses Falafel — will be opening to the public this Sunday, Jan. 8 on the campus of the Dell Jewish Community Center off Far West Boulevard.
If you dig Israeli food, or are vegetarian or vegan, this is something that likely has you squealing for joy right about now! And to top it off, follow Moses Falafel on Facebook and print out a buy one, get one free coupon to use this Sunday.

I haven’t tried the trailer yet, but I look forward to checking it out soon. …

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Tasty Bits »

[14 Jan 2009 | 2 Comments | 1,587 views]
Chili Cookoff at the OK Corral

Texans love their meat. They are religious about BBQ. And if you think you make a better Texas Chili, they’ll challenge you to a cook off.
I’m Canadian. I don’t know much about meat and am terrified to cook it. What if I handle it wrong and make myself (or worse, others) sick? I grew up on healthy quasi-hippie plant and grain-based food as a child — homemade yogurt sprinkled with wheat germ, chocolate chip banana bread, and of course mom’s famous apple pie.
If you hear about a pie bake off, …

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