Archive for Category: "Cooking classes"
Farmers markets are at their prime right now, but regardless of the season Peter always makes a point to seek out the local food markets. Not only do you find fresh, healthy food, but you also get to interact with the locals. It’s one of the best ways to get insider info and a great [...]
When we go away, it’s always fun to try out the local cuisine. And the key to understanding food is to roll up your sleeves and participate in the process of how they’re made. This week’s Best Places for Everything slideshow shows you some of the best places in the world to make almost…everything. From [...]
Remember the end of 2011 when you diligently made your New Year’s resolutions? You vowed lose weight, get more active and eat better. You may have fallen off the wagon, but spring is here and so is Fit Globetrotter Dena Braun-Roché with four new ways to reinvigorate those same resolutions. If you’re like the majority [...]
Dining out is one of the perks of travel, but what if you want a real education along with your culinary vacation? In his latest video as AARP Travel Ambassador, Peter Greenberg reveals where to find some really special interactive food experiences that can help you develop your cooking skills and knowledge of food, while [...]
Sure, cruising is synonymous with eating…after all, those all-you-can-eat buffets aren’t going anywhere. But these days, cruise lines are taking it to the next level and are offering a real culinary education on the high seas. You’ve heard of Le Cordon Bleu cooking school, right? Well that institution has partnered with Regent Seven Seas Cruise [...]
If you’re a wine lover but your travel partner isn’t, you don’t necessarily have to split up when it’s time to visit the wineries. More and more wineries are offering additional activities beyond the tastings. An obvious choice is to find a place that hosts winemaker dinners and pairings. But you can also think outside [...]
Who doesn’t like to eat when they travel? That’s a no-brainer. But you can take it to the next level by also learning how to cook while you’re at it–with cooking classes that really get to the heart of regional cuisine.
From the old-school fat farms to modern-day wellness centers, the term “health spa” can refer to a wide variety of programs. Personal trainer Annette Lang investigates how destination spas have evolved over the years, and what to look for when choosing your own program. Working as a personal trainer and as an instructor for [...]