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by Jason Wilson, The Washington Post Published 9:50 am PST, Monday, February 4, 2019 Over the past several years, there's been a creeping wine-ification in every realm of gourmet endeavor. There's almost no sphere of connoisseurship without a certified taste expert, someone who's completed serious coursework and passed an exam. less Over the past several years, there's been a creeping wine-ification in every realm of gourmet endeavor. There's almost no sphere of connoisseurship without a certified taste expert, someone who's completed ... more Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Stacy Zarin Goldberg; Food Styling By Lisa Cherkasky Photo: Photo For The Washington Post By Stacy Zarin Goldberg; Food Styling By Lisa Cherkasky Image 1 of / 12 Caption Close Image 1 of 12 Over the … [Read more...] about Palate grows for sommeliers
0 View Gallery View Comments AVERY ISLAND, La. (AP) — One of the world's most famous condiments, Tabasco, celebrates its 150th birthday this year. Edmund McIlhenny created the famous pepper sauce in 1868 on Avery Island, Louisiana. The company is still headquartered there, and it is still run by McIlhenny's descendants. But whether or not you're one of those pepper fiends who shakes Tabasco on everything from eggs to burgers, Avery Island is a fun destination with a neat history. Tour the Tabasco museum and factory, try free samples of Tabasco-infused goodies, dine on Cajun food and consider trying a bloody mary (spiked with Tabasco, of course). There's also a unique nature preserve called Jungle Gardens where you'll learn the story of how Avery Island helped save an entire species of bird from disappearing in the U.S. Despite its name, though, Avery Island is not an island. It's a salt dome, a geological phenomenon in which an underground bed of salt pushes up the … [Read more...] about Marking Tabasco’s 150th birthday with a tour of Avery Island