5 U.S. towns for fall culinary travel

Carrots, Seattle Farmers' Market. Photo by Johanna Read TravelEater.net

I’ve been on press trips to a number of great small American towns recently (and I’m about to depart for another, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin), and enjoyed some really fantastic food. Want to check it out too?

For RUBY Magazine, here’s my Fall harvest: Foliage & foodie stops across the country.

It features Hot Springs, Arkansas (oh the pizza!); Lexington, Virginia (coffee flights, cheese, chocolate, oh my); Madison, Wisconsin (Lao veg, largest producer-only farmers’ market in the U.S.); Seattle Southside, Washington (farm-to-table restaurant and a chocolate factory tour); and wine hot house Lodi, California. Find more about these destinations on the U.S. page.

Note: My trips were hosted by the tourism commissions, but all opinions expressed in any of my articles are mine and no one from any of the companies or destinations I mention reviews or approves my articles.

Ravioli, Lexington Virginia. Photo by Johanna Read TravelEater.net

2 responses to “5 U.S. towns for fall culinary travel

  1. I believe I found a super culinary tour.
    Tx for sharing with us..

    Liked by 1 person

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