Posts By: Chris Dugas

St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market

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Autumn has to be one of my favorite seasons. Sunny days with cool yet comfortable temperatures and trees exploding in a bright Technicolor display of yellow, orange and red. Then there are the big and bold red wines and rich…

Gunn’s Hill Artisan Cheese

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I love cheese. There are few things in this life that I enjoy eating more. With all the different varieties and all the different ways you can work it into a recipe to add something a little special, cheese is…

4 Things Travel Has Taught Me

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One of the top reasons I love to travel is the fact that many of the skills you develop and habits you form while travelling transfer exceptionally well to everyday life. If you’re like me, you have the days of…

Confessions of a Hardcore Sports Fan

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By most people’s standards, I would be considered a hardcore professional sports fan. And while I enjoy following the four major sports leagues, for me – NFL football is my passion. More specifically, indulging my (at times painful) 37 year…

Island Creek Oyster Bar Boston

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We had a special evening planned for our final night in Boston. Prior to attending the Battle of the Sox at Fenway, we made reservations at a restaurant known for their outstanding maritime delicacies served on the half-shell. The Island