Some folks eat to live. Some, on the other hand, dedicate a handsome portion of each day thinking up their next meal, searching for ingredients, and delving ever deeper into the rich history and culture of the food world. We're like that. We like to know the people behind the plate, from paté to gâteau, and every fascinating grain between. Explore an oyster farm. Visit a salt maker. Watch butter being made by hand. Lunch at a tiny trattoria that boasts the region's best tortellini. These trips are not about fancy food. Rather, they are trips about real food, raised by farmers and made by families who take great pride in what they feed to you.