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This Way Out: We’re on the road to Modena, Italy, this weekend, home to Balsamic vinegar, Ferrari cars and Parmigiana cheese


It’s breakfast in Dallas, lunch in London then dinner in Modena, Italy for Hatch HQ, as I set out for the Northern Italy town of Spilamberto today.  I’ll be exploring its hills, cellars and annual food festival this weekend, the Festival of St. John (Fiera di San Giovanni).  There, I’ll be helping to choose the 12 best traditional Balsamic vinegars out of a field of more than a thousand. Follow along here and on Twitter/Periscope, @MikeHiller.

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