In 2014 familiarity finally bread enough contempt with Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 that Team Mago decided to travel by freighter again across the Atlantic. This post tells of our adventures before, during, and after the Buxcoast sailing. At the end, you’ll find out the relative cost of each of these sailing options.
In this restaurant review of McCrady’s in Charleston SC, Morgan decides that although the desserts were good, Chef Brock’s attention seems to be elsewhere these days.
Husk was a nice casual restaurant with a few stand out dishes, but it was not to McCrady’s as David Link’s Cochon is to his Herb Sainte. Brock’s nouveau southern cuisine needs more of a punch in terms of robust flavor profiles.
Richard Hildner takes us on a floating adventure on the North Fork river in Montana in his McKenzie River boat. Photographs were kindly provided by Suzanne Daniel.
We were at the two Missoula Farmer’s Markets this weekend and loved every minute. Here are some photos to enjoy.
The 4th of July on the North Fork is a very special time. First comes the annual 4th of July parade at Polebridge, then good food, drinks, music, and friends.
La Fenice is one of four Michelin star restaurants in Ragusa Province. Giovanni’s friend Valentina Chiaramonte pulled out all stops for our visit.
We spent the day in Ragusa and had lunch at a simply elegant restaurant. Read our restaurant review of Cenobio here and be prepared to be envious.
Team Mago reviews two Michelin Bib Gourmand restaurants in Noto & Palazzolo Acreide in southeast Sicily. Both are excellent, but we can have only one winner.
This was an excellent restaurant we visited in Southeast Sicily serving local recipes made with local ingredients, but with a very unusual twist.
We’re in Southeast Sicily at the moment and filling in that portion of the map with restaurants and sights that we’re visiting.