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  • As for the shape, it seemed like the object of this dumpling was to be as spheric as humanly possible, and for the dumpling wrapper seal to be as seamless and inconspicuous as the (culinary) gods in heaven (aka Napa Valley) could muster.

    Brisket and Cabbage Dumplings

  • So trying to get some of that marine air into the Napa Valley, which is one of the reasons that it does so well with wines.

    CNN Transcript Jun 23, 2008

  • Howard Garson tried to convince me to buy some property near him in a place called Napa Valley, southeast of here.

    The Frasers Clay

  • He'd heard the Napa Valley was the best place to grow grapes in California.

    WN.com - Business News

  • Innovation has always been a hallmark of Goosecross Cellars, which is proud to be widely known as a Napa Valley pioneer in direct-to-consumer business initiatives and an early adopter of Internet technology.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Situated just an hour or so drive from San Francisco, the Napa Valley is a wine and food lovers heaven.

    The Guardian World News

  • Situated just an hour or so drive from San Francisco, the Napa Valley is a wine and food lovers heaven.

    The Guardian World News

  • One popular location is Napa Valley, which is well-known for the world class red wines produced from its vineyards.

    San Francisco Luxury Living

  • (culinary) gods in heaven (aka Napa Valley) could muster.

    Not Eating Out in New York

  • The setting is a far cry from the bucolic reaches of Napa Valley, which is home to the French Laundry, Mr. Keller’s other much-praised restaurant, where he spends two weeks out of every month.

    Two Months of Waiting Yields Five Hours in Foodie Heaven

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