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Gourmet Jogger
Hobe Sound, Florida 33455 USA
Former federal government senior executive & international public management consultant, currently editor of ASPA's Good Governance Worldwide e-journal (www.goodgovernanceworldwide.org).
Interests: nature; cooking, food, wine & nutrition; biking, swimming & general outdoor fitness activities; global travel, extended family & friends
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Our friend Smiljana's olives ripening on the island of Hvar Continue reading
Posted May 2, 2012 at Gourmet Jogging in France
Gearing up to share gourmet travel experiences in Croatia this past fall. Continue reading
Posted May 2, 2012 at Gourmet Jogging in France
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“Have you ever thought about going into the Peace Corps?” Warren asked me on our third date in October 1964. While we didn’t know much about each other, and I knew very little about the Peace Corps, I asked him how we could be sure the Peace Corps would send... Continue reading
Posted Sep 9, 2011 at Travels in Turkey
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In early October 1964, while finishing my undergraduate studies at City College (CCNY) and working at the CBS-TV studios in mid-town Manhattan, my fiancé of several hours and I decided it was time for her to meet my family. However, as soon as we walked into my folks’ apartment in... Continue reading
Posted Sep 8, 2011 at Travels in Turkey
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The Burgundian wine country offers a world of road running pleasures. So to prepare for this feast, let’s consider the region’s physical and cultural terroir writ large. Aloft in one of the region's trademark, brightly colored hot air balloons, this enormous expanse of wooded highlands, lush glens, jagged coombs, and undulating river valleys is the apotheosis of Planet Earth. True, all but one of Burgundy's viticultural titans lay at the western edge of the Saône plain. Yet most of the region's natural and man-made wonders are within a day's trip of the famous routes des vins. The terrain of the... Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2011 at Gourmet Jogging in France
Thanks, Beth. I'll try posting a new blog on jogging through the Grand Crus Pouilly-Fuisse villages this week. My favorite B&B in the valley is situated right in between Solutre & Vergisson - Entre les Deux Roches. Luscious in every way.
Est-ce-que vous avez une recommendation pour courir sur les routes du vins en France? Quelles Air Jordan chausseurs sont les mieux pour ces chemins? A bientot, Warren (Gourmet Jogger) Warren Master wciwmaster@aol.com www.gourmetjogger.com In a message dated 11/12/2010 2:39:09 A.M. Eastern Standard Time,
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Perhaps the choicest wine region in all France, the Côte d'Or is less than 40 miles in length, extending from the tiny hamlet of Fixin just south of Dijon to the hillside village of Santenay, 10 miles southwest of Beaune. This priceless stretch of viticultural hectares embraces two districts: the Côte de Nuits, home of the noble, robust reds (from Pinot Noir) north and south of Nuits-St-Georges; and the Côte de Beaune, birthplace of great whites (from Chardonnay) and delicate reds rooted in the hills north and south of Burgundy's wine capital. 10 Mile Run on the Route des Grands... Continue reading
Posted Aug 22, 2010 at Gourmet Jogging in France
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