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Museum Island Part 2: Julius Caesar, Rauchbier, and Nefertiti

We wake to a sleepy Berlin after Christmas. Everything remains closed. Dead soldiers strewn the streets:
We’re proud of you Berlin.

So we head back to Museum Island. Yesterday’s festivities included altars and gates from Pergamon, Miletus, and Babalon (see post). Today, sculpture and Egypt:

First we get distracted by gladiator armor, Trojan replicas, and, well, *ahem* a Babylonian hat that is clearly not over-compensating for anything: Continue reading

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FALL FEASTS WITH JULIENAS: THANKSGIVING’S OTHER BEAUJOLAIS

Tonight is Halloween. But it already ended weeks ago. The legions of Martha Stewart, Food Network, Saveur, and more, have infiltrated our pintrest/facebook/twitter feeds, e-mail, and real mailboxes:

Clearly, while handing out candy to Trick or Treaters, we must give thanks and plot our Turkey Time Tables,

In the spirit of conformity, let Wayward Wine turn to that standard November red: Beaujolais Nouveau. Continue reading

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