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Gardening Is a Dream Come True in Subtropical Pensacola

Located along the Florida Panhandle, Pensacola is a unique place for businesses. It has a population of around 52,000. The city’s most famous landmark is the Naval Air Station Pensacola, which happens to be located in Warrington to the south. Compared to most cities, Pensacola’s urban landscape is relatively flat, with the tallest building, the …

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Barren Lands

In Search of Birds and Barren Lands in the Fabled Edge of the World

Chilean Patagonia is one of the most desolate regions on earth. Glaciers and mountainous peaks in the far north, mist-covered fjords in the southernmost tip, and steppe-like plains and salt basins that stretch into the Andes. Punta Arenas, the region’s capital city, is home to merely 127,454 people, while Clarence Island, its third most habitable …

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Chefs Rethinking the Flavors of South America

Chefs Rethinking the Flavors of South America: From the Coast to the Andes

When cooking merged with science and chefs became celebrities, the culinary spotlights shifted from the western world to lesser-known food destinations. On top of the list is South America, a continent known for the diversity of its people, cultures, terrains, and not surprisingly, flavors. From Brazil to Patagonia, from gaucho staples to complex tasting menus, …

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