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NAPA VALLEY - Welcome to the beautiful Napa Valley, California - one of the premiere winery destinations in the United States! Today we have the special opportunity to go on the Wine Train, a historical railroad journey that's been restored as a gourmet food experience. I’m going to share with you a little behind the scenes of what goes into the Wine Train, and all the delicious food on board!
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We arrived early and headed to the commissary to learn a little about what happens behind the scenes of the Wine Train. It was also a great opportunity to learn a little about the history of the Wine Train and how it was established and later restored, and converted into a gourmet meal experience and what it is today. We saw a little of the prep in the kitchen and then some of the chef’s loading their ingredients onto the train for the lunch ride.
When the time came, we boarded the train, and first sat in the lounge to enjoy a drink and appetizer. For appetizers today we had a tray of cheeses and fruits. After the train traveled from Napa to St. Helena, it then turns around and heads back. We then headed over to the main dining car for lunch. In the kitchen things were buzzing - unlike a restaurant where guests arrived staggered, on the wine train, everyone is there and ready to eat at the same time. So the kitchen car is a frenzy at peak time. Yet as soon as all the orders are ready, it’s immediately calm. It was quite unique to see. For lunch we tried the tenderloin and the herb roasted chicken.
Definitely the Wine Train is not only about the food, but really about the atmosphere, the classic heritage of the train cars and decorations, and the gorgeous changing scenery of Napa Valley. I thought it was an incredible experience in California.
We took the Gourmet Express train for lunch and depending on season and situation, prices can fluctuate between $265 - $325 per person. ???? Wine Train:
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The Ultimate PHILADELPHIA FOOD TOUR!! Hoagies, Cheese Steak + Best Local Philly Food!!
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PHILADELPHIA, USA - Welcome to Philadelphia, better known locally as Philly! Philly is known for many things and it’s an American food paradise. Today, we’re going on an ultimate Philadelphia food tour - we’ll be eating everything from Italian hoagies to cheese steaks to tomato pizzas - and hanging out with the amazing @JL Jupiter . Let’s start eating!
Ricci's Hoagies ( - Old Fashioned Italian - $10.50 - Ricci's Hoagies has been serving hoagies, the Philadelphia name for a sub sandwich, since 1920. One of the things that immediately stands out is how they slice your meat directly onto your sandwich. The meat never gets crusty and that makes a huge difference. One of the best deli sandwiches I’ve ever had.
Cacia's Bakery ( - Another iconic food that Philadelphia is known for is tomato pie pizzas. The tomato sauce is known as gravy, and at Cacia's Bakery the gravy is made by hand, loaded with parmesan cheese, and baked onto a pizza base. The result is refreshing and focused on the amazing tomato sauce. They also have pizzas with cheese which are also delicious.
John's Roast Pork ( - Roast pork - $10.75, Cheese Steak - $12.00 - Next JL and I went to John's Roast Pork, one of the Philly food legends, known for both roast pork sandwiches and Philly cheese steak. We got one of each. The pork sandwich was incredible, so juicy and peppery. And the cheese steak, was without a doubt one of the best cheese steaks I ate in Philadelphia (and we went on a full cheese steak tour, another video). Both absolutely sensational sandwiches in Philadelphia!
Sister Muhammad's Kitchen ( - Fish Hoagie - $10.50 - Next up on this ultimate food tour in Philadelphia we headed to Sister Muhammad's Kitchen to try their fish hoagies. They marinate the fish, batter it and deep fry it, and you’re guaranteed freshly fried fish in anything you order. We had their amazing fried fish hoagie, plus a Muslim fish hoagie which included a few extra ingredients and sauces, and finally, fried fish fried rice. Another amazing spot in Philly.
John's Water Ice ( - Lemon water ice - $2.00 - Finally to finish this food tour we stopped in South Philly for a legendary water ice. Very refreshing on a summer afternoon.
What an amazing day in Philadelphia - cool people and delicious food. And awesome to hang out with @JL Jupiter !
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Napa Valley Wine Train 2021 FULL EXPERIENCE
We headed down to the beautiful Napa Valley to take a trip on the Wine Train! Joining us is Kyle from Kyle's travel channel and his wife, Jenny. We included all the stops and meals on our trip.
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Explore Napa Valley by Train
It might seem cliché to say that the Napa Valley Wine Train is more than the sum of its parts, but it is. Part distinctive Napa Valley fine dining restaurant. Part museum, it’s made up of exquisitely and faithfully restored vintage early 20th century Pullman cars. Part journey, to some of California’s most celebrated wineries.
With its Honduran mahogany paneling, brass accents, etched glass partitions, and plush armchairs, the Wine Train also evokes the elegant glory days of luxury train travel of the early 1900s. You get to sit back, relax, and savor every delicious bite, every bit of extraordinary scenery, every taste and tour. There are lots of ways to explore Napa Valley. This one is an experience you will never forget.
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Napa Valley Wine Train
Napa valley or what we call “Wine Country” is one tourist destination in the Bay area/California. It is the main wine growing region in the USA and well known for producing some of the best wines in the world. It is also known for it’s gourmet reastaurant and cafes. There are many gorgeous wineries to visit from. Aside from wineries, the Napa Wine Train is also very popular when visiting Napa Valley. You’ll board in a luxurious vintage setting for a 36 mile round trip journey with beautiful views of the vineyard.
We had an amazing experience celebrating my mother-in-law’s birthday on the wine train. Food was good, but the views and ride were excellent.
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A Dream Girls’ Weekend in Napa Valley | Meet Me In The Middle | Travel + Leisure
Missy and Kristina are sister-in-laws who haven't seen each other in a year and a half. Kristina is a military spouse living with her husband and two kids in Lancaster, CA while Missy is a registered nurse and single mom of two, living in Portland, OR. The past year has been exhausting for both of them, and they're very much looking forward to a much needed mom's getaway in Napa Valley, CA filled with adventure, some pampering, and a few glasses of wine can't hurt, either!
They start off the journey with the beautiful Hudson Ranch for a private wine tasting and tour, followed by a trip to Makers Market where they have the chance to shop for some locally-made goods and crafts, capped off by a poolside dinner and cocktails back at the luxurious Carneros resort and spa. Their second day starts with a scenic wine country tour on the Napa Valley Wine Train, followed by some relaxation and spa treatment courtesy of Dr. Wilkinson’s Backyard Resort and Mineral Springs. They end the evening at Acacia House, a restored Georgian farmhouse, for a delicious meal featuring the finest local, organic and sustainable ingredients.
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2:16 Arriving and Reuniting at Carneros Resort & Spa
3:59 Day 1 Plan
4:45 Hudson Ranch Tour and Wine Tasting
7:24 Shopping for Handcrafted Goods at Makers Market
8:58 Poolside Dinner and Cocktails at Carneros Resort & Spa
10:22 Breakfast at Boon Fly Cafe
11:38 Day 2 Plan
12:24 Napa Valley Wine Train
15:51 Spa Treatment at Dr. Wilkinson’s Backyard Resort & Mineral Springs
16:51 Delicious Dinner at Acacia House
18:36 Reflecting and Saying Goodbye
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Napa Valley Wine Train 7 24 2015
This video was shot on my IPhone. I just now happened to notice that I had enough video to make a short production, so here it is from the few grab shots I did on July 24, 2015 while riding the train. You can't get good train video if you're on the train. This is as close as it gets.
Napa Valley Travel Tips Top 5 Things to Do Napa Sonoma Wine Train California Know Before you Go Trip
Hello everyone! Please join us as we take you on a weekend trip to the Napa Valley region in California. We will share our top 5 favorite things to do in wine country with you. We started our trip driving from SanFrancisco into the wineries in the Sonoma region, followed by the beautiful Napa Valley region and other fun activities in the area. I hope you enjoy our video and subscribe to our channel. Oh, and if you decide to go to Napa, please take some time to stop at the Model bakery in Santa Helena to pick up some pastries and some muffins, one of Oprah's favorites. I'm sure you will enjoy the delicious treats!
Napa Valley Wine Train Dinner
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Top 5 Luxury Hotels Napa Valley
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Napa Valley, one of the world's best wine regions and famous for its valued Cabernet Sauvignon, has over 400 wineries dotting its fertile soils. From the minute, you wake up to a world-class brunch to the moment your head touches the goose-down pillow, Napa Valley is synonymous with luxury.
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Drive from Napa Valley Downtown to Marriott Hotel.
Drive from Napa Valley downtown to Marriott hotel
One day in Napa Valley, wine tasting travel guide
One day in Napa Valley, how to go wine tasting, a travel guide for in and around Napa north of San Francisco. We wine pair and taste at vineyards Cakebread Cellars, Twomey Cellars, and Artesa Vineyards & Winery. This is California Wine Country and a travel guide of things to do and eat when you are going from Napa to Sonoma Valley. And we eat crab at Gott's Roadside.
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Pakistan's SUPERWOMAN Street Food - Organic HUNZA Pakistani Street Food by Lal Shehzadi!!
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Welcome back to our PAKISTANI FOOD SERIES from Northern Pakistan! Today we are exploring more of Hunza and all of its unique cuisine. We start the day at Serena Altit Fort Residence (huts situated on the foothills of Altit Fort) which have breathtaking views over Hunza Valley. We stopped into Khabasi Cafe, where female chefs run the show. We had a traditional Hunza breakfast: Giyaling (think wheat pancake) with local butter, honey and apricot jam. Apples were in season and we also ordered freshly squeezed apple juice, which was incredible!
After breakfast, we climbed up the hill to the ancient Altit Fort. The tower is approximately 1100 years old and our guide took us back in time with stories of what took place inside the fort and the surrounding village over the thousands of years it stood over Hunza. Altit Fort is one of the oldest monuments in Gilgit-Baltistan, and we highly recommend exploring it!
After climbing and exploring the fort, we made our way back to the Karimabad Bazaar. Here, there is a woman chef who was the first woman in Hunza to start a business. Her name is Lal Shehzadi, and you can’t miss her restaurant hut which is constantly packed with locals. Lal Shehzadi was kind enough to meet us and we had wonderful conversations. She is very passionate about clean, organic food and is an educator to the locals about good farming practices. She has even travelled to Japan (very long journey!) to expand her expertise on planting and harvesting from her garden.
Despite her positivity and passion for what she does, and despite the perpetual flow of hungry guests coming to eat her food, she spoke about the challenges she faced as a woman starting her own business and becoming a chef. Many told her to stay at home, that she shouldn’t work, and that she should always cover her head. Many of her peers doubted her ability to make her dream a reality. However, she remained strong and ambitious, and created one of the most famous restaurants in the area and her name and food remains legendary!
We ordered her famous Hunza dishes: Chap Shoro (which is a pan fried meat pie) and Burutz Berikutz (which is a fresh cheese chapati). Both dishes were made with only local, organic ingredients, including apricot and walnut oil which define the flavours of Hunza food. The food, although made with simple ingredients, was fantastic!!! You could taste that Lal Shehzadi puts love into every dish she makes and we feel so honoured to meet her and eat her amazing Hunza food.
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2. Khabasi Cafe
3. Altit Fort
4. Karimabad Bazaar
5. Food Pavilion (Lal Shehzadi)
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Street Food of Italy. Huge Skewers on Grill. Sausages, Ribs, Pork Meat filled with Melted Cheese
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Bombette are prepared with selected slices of pork capocollo (coppa); the slices of meat are placed on a cutting board and usually stuffed with Apulian canestrato cheese, salt and pepper, then rolled up and closed manually until creating a real bundle, sometimes parsley is added. The rolls thus obtained can be cooked on the grill or even in the oven
In Italian Bombette can be literally translated to bombs.
The name refers to the rounded shape and small size of these rolls, as well as to their filling which creates a real explosion of flavour.
Le bombette sono degli involtini di carne di dimensioni piccole (3–5 cm), preparati con fettine di capocollo (coppa di maiale) ripiene di tocchetti di formaggio canestrato pugliese, sale, pepe ed in alcuni casi prezzemolo.
Il nome fa evidentemente riferimento alla forma arrotondata e alle piccole dimensioni di questi involtini, nonché al loro ripieno che genera una vera e propria esplosione di sapore
Usualmente cotti sulla griglia o molto più tradizionalmente nei fornelli delle macellerie, come cibo di strada sono servite in coni alimentari, quasi sempre accompagnate da una fetta di pane locale.
Tradizionalmente diffusa in tutta la Puglia e preparati in tutto il territorio della Valle d'Itria (in particolare Martina Franca, Cisternino e Locorotondo), sono diffuse in gran parte delle province di Taranto e Brindisi con ricette variabili da località a località.