Zingerman’s Food Tours

. February 1, 2015.
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In the foodie adventure of a lifetime, Hungary, Spain, Tuscany, and Traverse City are open for exploration through Zingerman’s immersive tour. Among other regional comestibles, the cheeses, olive oils, and wines of Spain and Tuscany, and the breads, pastries, and cured meats of Hungary, will accompany 15 food adventurers. Traverse City may not feel as exotic as the other destinations, but with fresh fish, foraged mushrooms, cherries, and more, the area is well known to foodies everywhere.

2015 tour dates for Hungary: May 18-28 (price: $6,000), Spain: Sept. 26-Oct. 6. ($6,500), Tuscany: Oct. 3-12 ($6,500), and Traverse City/Leelanau Peninsula: May 29-31 ($1,400). Book early. zingermansfoodtours.com. 888-316-2736. 

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