This fall, we are able to take larger groups on our culinary tours. It is going to be so much fun. The tours are still small – maximum number of 18 people – and we are travelling in style in a luxury mini-coach. It really is comfy and nice, with big windows for watching the autumn leaves go by.
Our three day-long Autumn 2010 tours start and end at McGinnis Sisters Special Food Stores in Monroeville. The October 21st tour focuses on the hidden foodie secrets of the Laurel Highlands. Our October 26th tour takes us to historic Bedford, Pennsylvania, which also has its share of hidden culinary gems. The third tour, on November 12th, keeps us closer to Pittsburgh in the Gateway to the Laurel Highlands – Greensburg, Latrobe and some little towns in between. Who knew there were so many great food experiences right in our eastern backyard?
Each tour includes round trip luxury transportation, tons of samples, a meal or two (depending on the tour), cooking demonstrations, some history of the area, and a few surprises. All meals, samples, and other fees such as museums are included in the cost. A great time is guaranteed.
Don’t think we’ve forgotten about areas North, South and West of Pittsburgh, but you’ll have to wait for Spring for those tours. We’ll keep you posted about the dates as soon as everything is lined up.
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