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Awesome Maui
Maui Studio picture Guy Buffet doing one of his only television interviews, and taking us to his exclusive Maui studio. A visit to Ulapalakua Strawberries, grown half way up the side of a mountain, a Maui onion farm to talk about these incredible onions that are actually sweeter than Vadalia onions, a stop at the Hyatt-Regency-Maui with awesome food and breathtaking scenery, and a visit to Casanova for the best Italian food on the island.

VinItaly 
Verona Italy picture The second largest wine fair in the world held in historic Verona, Italy. Superstar chef Paul Bartolotta from Chicago's Spiaggia restaurant is our guide. We'll talk about and visit the great sparkling wine region of Franciacorta, taste Umbrian Olive Oil, eat Mortadella and Roast Pork Sandwiches at the fair, and visit with wine producers like: Maculan, Ca' del Bosco, and Angelo Gaja.

Nuts About Georgia
Atlanta Fish picture A look inside Atlanta's up and coming restaurant scene with stops at Dish, The Four Seasons-Atlanta, and Fishbone. Then, a trip to northern Georgia and the Chattahoochie National Forest for a visit to Bramlett Trout Farms, supplier of some of the best trout in the country!

Tuscan Travels
Italian Wines pictures A dream trip for me. My first trip to Italy. We tour Chianti Classico with visits to two of my favorite Tuscan producers, Castello di Gabbiano and Castello di Brolio. Gabbiano has made its mark in the last 15 years. Brolio has been around since the 12th century. Baron Francsco Ricasoli recounts the history, passion, and personality that go into 900 years of winemaking in Tuscany. You won't believe the grounds, not the castello itself!

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