For many baby boomers, food has become as central to their travel planning as scenery and culture. Whether simply sampling authentic cuisines, getting a behind-the-scenes look at famous eateries, or taking cooking classes with celebrated chefs, adding culinary components to their travel agendas makes for a richer — and tastier — experience.
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