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Winter Recipes We Love

Jenny Binkowski

Warm Goat Cheese salad with Pomegranate vinaigrette Salad Ingredients: Good fresh goat cheese Dark green salad leaves Toasted hazelnuts Dressing Ingredients: Extra virgin olive oil Dijon mustard Balsamic vinegar Salt and pepper 

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Picnics Aren’t Just For Summer

Trek Travel

As the holidays quickly approach, we want to help you prepare for the family gathering you’re required to host or annual neighborhood party that never disappoints. It’s the perfect time of year to prepare a 

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Culinary Delight

Trek Travel

A great meal is about more than the food on your plate. A perfect atmosphere makes any meal taste richer, effortless company makes it more fulfilling, and the right beverage helps it 

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Trek Travel, a leader in personalized cycling vacations, has been awarded National Geographic Traveler magazine’s coveted “50 Tours of a Lifetime” for their Great Smoky Mountain Blackberry Farm vacation. The competitive selection 

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Our private trip coordinator, Kari K., was recently able to travel to and stay at our newest hotel partner, Blackberry Farm. She got to experience the slower pace of life in this 

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Simple life pleasures…

Meagan Coates

adjective: pleasure 1. 
used or intended for entertainment rather than business. “Take your pleasure seriously.” Simple, right? For me, this quote just hits the nail right on the head. We are sometimes reminded 

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California Wine Country Goes Farm To Table

Trek Travel

Lately it seems that farm-to-table style dining has become all the rage. And, we’re glad. See, Trek Travel is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin–home to the nation’s largest weekly farmer’s market. We truly 

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Thanks to Daryl at Loving the Bike for allowing us to repost Kelli’s awesome blog post on here. Originally posted on lovingthebike.com on March 26, 2012 I was recently asked to give 

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On our Burgundy bike trip, we visit Pierre and Nicole’s cellar, L’Ange Gardien,  in the heart of the charming town of Beaune.  Their vines are mainly planted on the ‘Côte de Beaune’ and spread 

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