Hungarian Kiflies: A Holiday Tradition

Traditional foods connect us with the people and places we love—and it’s even more important this year when many of us will be away from family and friends during the Easter and Passover holidays. Growing up, we looked forward to Easter at our grandparents’ house in Detroit. There wasn’t enough …

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Uncovering a Maple Syrup Mystery

The alarm is off. Slide the gate open. Then follow the two-track to the sugar shack. Meeting instructions for an undercover spy rendezvous? Nope. Just the start of my latest food and travel adventure! I’m tapping some trees on my own property and the team behind Dixboro Pure Michigan Maple …

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A Scene from the Back of the Bus

Traveling shows us that some things in life—like young love—are universal. This story unfolded on our way to visit the Trawupeyum Intercultural Museum in Curarrehue, Chile, which highlights the area’s indigenous Mapuche people. We were still talking about the experience hours later at a small café, while lingering over sopaipillas, …

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