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Off the Menu: Westlight, a Brooklyn Debut for Andrew Carmellini

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The chef is opening a hotel aerie in Williamsburg, a new Orwashers bakery expands to the Upper West Side, and more restaurant news.

The Pour 5 hours, 3 min ago

The Veggie Burger’s Ascent

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The newest meatless burgers aren’t obligatory additions to menus. They’re the stars.

The Pour 5 hours, 43 min ago

Sky-High Prices? Bad Reviews? No Matter: Mr. Chow Powers On

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The most bulletproof of restaurants is the work of a man who sweats the details but not the criticism.

The Pour 6 hours, 51 min ago

On the Vatican’s influence in American politics: the Murdoch connection

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  In no other major U.S. newspaper but Rupert Murdoch’s Wall Street Journal will you find, right there on the editorial page, a column that could have been written for L’Osservatore Romano, the newspaper of Vatican City and thus of the Roman Catholic Church. A recent example was last Friday’s “review” of the new movie, […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 15 hours, 16 min ago

Savoring the Foods and Family Traditions of Summers Past

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Readers tell of dishes that remind them where they came from.

The Pour 1 day ago

Itineraries: Beware: That In-Room Coffee Just Might Cost You

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Taking their lead from the airlines, hotels and resorts are raising add-on fees to record levels.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: Where the Wild Things Are

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The author Tama Matsuoka Wong and the restaurateur Claus Meyer are offering a series of foraging classes.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: A Dinner to Honor Roger Vergé

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The evening to salute the late chef, at Chelsea Piers, will raise money for a new scholarship at the Culinary Institute of America.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: A Lighter, More Delicate Macaron

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These sweets, from L.A. Burdick Handmade Chocolates, come in five flavors.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: The Mediterranean Diet’s Secret Ingredient

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Salty water from the sea is now available for boiling at home.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: Gluten-Free Crepes From Brazil

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The crepe known as tapioca is now available at Oca in NoLIta.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: Classic Punchware for Entertaining

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Cocktail Kingdom is now selling elegant reproductions of 19th-century punch bowls, ladles and glasses from the author David Wondrich’s collection.

The Pour 1 day ago

Cajun Crate: A Louisiana Pantry Delivered to Your Door

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by Rachel Hamburger, internHey y’all! There’s finally one of those subscription boxes that’s worth sinking your teeth into.Cajun Crate is a cool new company that sends you a box full of Louisiana made products and check this out: Jay D’s Louisiana Barbecue Sauce is being featured in the September box!The founders, Lafayette natives Tara and Brett G...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For August 29, 2016

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So, like, what is this stuff, anyway? I taste a bunch-o-wine (technical term for more than most people). So each week, I share some of my wine reviews (mostly from samples) and tasting notes with you via twitter (limited to 140 characters). They are meant to be quirky, fun, and easily-digestible reviews of currently available […] Grab The 1W...

1 Wine Dude 1 day ago

On the Ground: For a Perfect Catch in Seattle, Fishmongers Go for the Halibut

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At Pike Place Market, fresh fish may fly 20 feet or more before they drop into the waiting hands of a fishmonger.

The Pour 1 day ago

In Defense of Hillary: Benghazi, the Clinton Foundation, and those emails

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  A reader comments: “If you want to have an impact on this election I suggest you work on a rigorous defense and explanation of Hillary’s shortcomings and mistakes rather than focusing on what should be painfully obvious about Trump being the most worthless candidate possibly ever.” Fair enough. Let’s go. Trump’s flip-flop on immigration [...

Bordeaux ~ An Epicenter Like No Other ~ partie quinze

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Bordeaux, as an old world location, is a new world for me. I began to pay attention in earnest last September, and now September is right around the corner, again. Life is like an LP. The closer you get to the center, the quicker the revolutions. — Jo Diaz (Been saying this since my days […]

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Blois wine bar : les 400 Coups

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Jeremy pouring a carafed red to customers Blois, Loire valley Wine bars & restaurants entirely focused of natural wines have almost become mainstream in Paris today, and even conventional and established venues can't eschew having a selection of these wines...

Pasta From New York Restaurants Aids in Earthquake Relief

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Tapping sales of a dish that hails from hard-hit Amatrice, Italy.

The Pour 4 days ago

The No-Muss, No-Fuss Beauty of a Fig Tart

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This fig tart looks like the handiwork of a professional chef, but it isn’t hard to put together.

The Pour 4 days ago

A Good Appetite: Summer Corn at its Tangiest, Spiciest, Messiest Best

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This riff on elote, the Mexican street snack, makes for excellent barbecue fare.

The Pour 4 days ago

City Kitchen: A Couscous for the (Not Quite) End of Summer

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The markets are still teeming with glorious summer vegetables. But the changing weather demands something a little different.

The Pour 4 days ago

Drink: Tiki’s Comeback

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Drinks that fell out of fashion as the epitome of kitsch are being revived as joyfully composed craft cocktails.

The Pour 4 days ago

As the Republican Party breaks up, what does it mean for America?

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  In no other space in America is the schizophrenia at the heart of the Republican Party on more garish display than in the op-ed pages of the Wall Street Journal. In that jarring asylum, columnists have been utterly flummoxed by the Trump phenomenon. It quickly became clear that Rupert Murdoch was not a Trump […]

Get ready folks: England is on the winemaking map with Ridgeview England

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Established in 1995, Ridgeview's wines are the fist wines to arrive from England that have been imported to the United States. Asked if I would interested in tasting them, how could I refuse? Curiosity is my middle name. Their PR person Erica Honni, wrote to me, "…Ridgeview Wines, the first English wines to arrive in […]

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Neighborhood Joint: When Only a Scoop of Soursop Will Do

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Taste the Tropics USA, a West Indian-themed ice cream parlor in Brooklyn that opened in the 1970s, serves ice cream flavors like pineapple, coconut, soursop and even a beer-based option: Guinness.

The Pour 5 days ago

The Pour: The Evolution of a Natural Winemaker

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On Mount Etna, Frank Cornelissen has learned the difference between making wine and making good wine for the ages.

The Pour 5 days ago

Is This the Top-Secret KFC Recipe?

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A nephew of Colonel Sanders may have shown a reporter a list of the proprietary blend of 11 herbs and spices for the famous fried chicken.

The Pour 5 days ago

Hungry City: Two New Stops for Middle Eastern Food: Dizengoff and Gyro96

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A downtown stand serves hummus several ways, while an uptown takeout window specializes in falafel.

The Pour 5 days ago

Milkin' It: Sweet Dreams Fulfilled at Milk Bar in NYC

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by Chuck PAs a self-proclaimed “fat kid”, it’s very hard for me to turn away from pretty much any food filled with sugar and or covered in icing; Cakes, pies, cookies...you name it. I once read a quote that sums up how I feel on the matter, “Life is short. Eat dessert first.”Recently the whole Bite & Booze team went on a road trip to New York C...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

Eat: A Vegan Ranch Dressing That Rivals the Original

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The same tangy, creamy, turbocharged flavor of the bottled stuff, sans animal fat.

The Pour 5 days ago

Two words for angry Trump voters: You’re wrong

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  This “anger” issue said to be driving the election fascinates me. People are said to be so angry that they’ll vote for the one person who seems angrier than they are: Trump. I grant that Americans are angry. But over what? For sure, a lot of middle class voters lost their jobs and thus […]

Celebrate American Whiskey with Basil Hayden Bourbon

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I did it! As Last month, after a year and a half, I passed my Certified Spirits Specialist exam. As PHEW! As A must do for anyone who is serious about spirits, this credential, administered by the Society of Wine Educators was more rigorous than I anticipated, but delves deep in to the history and production of spirits from around the world. That T...

Luscious Lushes 5 days ago

89 Years Of Kicking Ass (1927 D’Oliveiras Bastardo Madeira)

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I was heartened by all of the positive reaction to a recent Book of Face post regarding the combination of two aging souls who are still kicking all kinds of ass. The first is my cousin Kathleen, who turned 89 years old this past Saturday. The second was a certain rare-ish Madeira wine that happens […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide an...

1 Wine Dude 6 days ago

Wine Century Club Expands Your Mind and Your Palate with Senda Wines’ Treixadura

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This is how it works for me, today… Wine Century Club #166 Treixadura (081716) – SendaVerde 2015 Ribeiro La Senda Bodegas y Viñedos Spain Samples arrive from all over the world, and I'm thrilled. My scope of wine is expanding exponentially steeper daily about the world of wine, every time my door bell rings and […]

Wine Blog 6 days ago

The Last Tasting: a happy one

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  (This is a real-time stream of consciousness report on a tasting I did yesterday, Tuesday. In all probability it was the last professional event I will ever do now that I’m retired.) 10 a.m. Arrived early in downtown Napa for the tasting. Sitting here by the river, on the Napa River Trail, sorting my […]

Lox, in a Jewish Museum, Offers a Gallery of Salmon

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A restaurant for Russian and Jewish specialties, a temple to Japanese udon noodles, and more food news.

The Pour 7 days ago

Tucson Becomes an Unlikely Food Star

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Named a culinary capital by Unesco, the city has a long history of wringing plenty from a desert.

The Pour 7 days ago

Sweet Summer Peaches, Made Even Sweeter

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Even less-than-perfect peaches can be wonderful with the heat of the oven, a bit of sugar or a swirl through a river of freshly whipped cream.

The Pour 7 days ago

Why Republicans suck

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  Although I was raised in a Democratic household, I always considered myself a middle-of-the-roader. I hardly paid any attention to Presidential elections until 1984, when I voted for Jesse Jackson in the California primary, and for Mondale in the general election. But in 1988, I voted for the Republican, George H.W. Bush. Dukakis seemed [...

Clone and Place ~ All Things in Ernest

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Introducing Ernest Vineyards, a new artisan producer of cool-climate Chardonnays and Pinot Noir from the Sonoma Coast… Owners Erin Brooks and her husband Todd Gottula produce wines that have been created to express their clonal attributes and their terroir's sense of place. When they began Ernest, their mission became to "focus on love of fam...

Wine Blog 7 days ago

Kevin Henry (Loire)

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Kevin and Roxane Ouchamps, Sologne (Loire) I met Kevin Henry a few years ago at at Olivier Lemasson (les Vins Contés), a bustling domaine in the Loire doing sulfur-free wines, a winery which is a perfect example of the easy-going...

Risky Baking: It’s Hard to Make a Perfect Bagel Without Lye

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The quest to make a bagel in San Francisco rivaling New York’s best annihilates two stand mixers and an ego.

The Pour 8 days ago

British Production of ‘Sweeney Todd’ to Set Up Shop Off Broadway

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The show, which originated in a London pie shop in 2014, will arrive at the Barrow Street Theater in February.

The Pour 8 days ago

A Book Adds Rigor to the Laid-Back World of Tiki Cocktails

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The owners of the San Francisco tiki bar Smuggler’s Cove set out to define an aesthetic built on leis and umbrellas.

The Pour 8 days ago

Jay D's Bites: Fried & Baked Wings

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by Aimee TortorichWith LSU football season quickly approaching, wings are making their way back into our bellies, tailgating tents and our hearts (even though they never really left). Super easy to make, and a crowd favorite, we decided to create our baked and fried versions of these messy heartthrobs. These crispy wings will excite your taste bud...

Bite and Booze 8 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For August 22, 2016

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So, like, what is this stuff, anyway? I taste a bunch-o-wine (technical term for more than most people). So each week, I share some of my wine reviews (mostly from samples) and tasting notes with you via twitter (limited to 140 characters). They are meant to be quirky, fun, and easily-digestible reviews of currently available […] Grab The 1W...

1 Wine Dude 8 days ago

I just retired!

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  Last Friday, I told Rick Tigner, the CEO of Jackson Family Wines and a man for whom I have the utmost admiration, that I was quitting the job I’d held since March, 2014. Why? Because I turned 70 years old in June, and I’m feeling my age. I always had believed I would be […]

How Wine Travels Impact a Wine Road Warrior ~ #IAMarone

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Thanks, Radical Cartography, for this borrowed map image, in order to show how Europe and the US have regional differences, base on borders. As an employee of wine companies, I had the privilege of being a frequent flyer. There are only 10 of our 50 states I haven't visited. They're in the deep south and […]

Wine Blog 8 days ago

Troon Vineyard: Surprises from southern Oregon

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When industry blogger and General Manager of Cornerstone Napa announced he was leaving California for the wilds of southern Oregon and Troon Vineyard, my first reaction was "what the heck?". As Craig Camp had been instrumental in exposing a luxury Napa Valley brand to a new world of wine drinkers, launching a sister label (Stepping Stone, which is ...

Luscious Lushes 10 days ago
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