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New Type of Drug-Free Labels for Meat Has U.S.D.A. Blessing

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Consumers will soon see the phrase “produced without ractopamine,” which helps add muscle to animals, on packages of some pork products.

The Pour 3 hours, 59 min ago

Scene Stealers: In Los Angeles, Dining Around the Redwood

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Andrew Meieran’s renovation of downtown’s once-famous Clifton’s Cafeteria may raise eyebrows, but his investment has helped spur others.

The Pour 6 hours, 29 min ago

New Bars in New York City Explore Spirits of Latin America

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The Lower East Side and Bushwick, Brooklyn, have some of the more interesting bar openings for fall.

The Pour 7 hours, 0 min ago

Front Burner: Food Choices Expand Near Grand Central

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Plus: the Upper West Side adds baked goods; pies that aren’t round; Sugarfina comes to New York; and a food space below Columbus Circle.

The Pour 8 hours, 7 min ago

Restaurants Take the Din Out of Dining

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Establishments like Untitled are becoming more serious, and sophisticated, about acoustics and noise reduction.

The Pour 9 hours, 4 min ago

A Good Appetite: Roast Chicken With Plums Gets a Touch of Spice for Rosh Hashana

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Sumac helps temper the sour and the sweet into a happy balance. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 11 hours, 5 min ago

Standing at the Crossroads (Part III – What you can do) “ Adaptive Variety Selection and the Uncertain Role of Imidacloprids in the future of Southern Grape Culture

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Standing at the Crossroads (Part III – What you can do) “ Adaptive Variety Selection and the Uncertain Role of Imidacloprids in the future of Southern Grape Culture By: R.L. Winters, Fairhaven Vineyards Master Horticulturist/Ampelographer Fairhaven American Hybrid Research Foundation [VT “ Please welcome back VintageTexas guest blogger R.L. W...

VintageTexas 12 hours, 54 min ago

City Kitchen: Apple Kuchen for a Sweet Jewish New Year

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More coffeecake than dessert, the simplest cake for Rosh Hashana uses a quickly made batter topped with sliced fruit, sprinkled with sugar and baked.

The Pour 13 hours, 10 min ago

Editorial: Cheeseburger, Hold the Salmonella

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The Department of Agriculture must further tighten standards on salmonella, and the industry should curb the use of antibiotics for cattle.

The Pour 20 hours, 19 min ago

Top 10 intriguing things about Chile and its wines

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Chile and its wines Chile has 460 Years of Wine Heritage When the Spanish arrived in sixteenth century, there was no phylloxera Chilean vine rootstock (at the time) grew own-rooted, which turned out to be a valuable genetic material. This allowed Carmenere to thrive hidden among Merlot vines for over a century, even after its […] The post Top...

Wine Blog 20 hours, 38 min ago

A Glass for Enjoying a Sip of Whisky While Floating in Space

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Ballantine’s, the Scotch distiller, is unveiling a glass that works for drinking in zero-gravity, no straw required.

The Pour 1 day ago

Gerry Hayden, Chef in New American Movement, Dies at 50

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Mr. Hayden was a chef at several well-regarded Manhattan restaurants before opening North Fork Table and Inn on Long Island with his wife, Claudia Fleming.

The Pour 1 day ago

WST Provides $7,000 in Wine/Grape Scholarships for Texans in 2015

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The Wine Society of Texas Announces Scholarship Grant Program Awards totaling $7,000 for assistance in wine and winery education, internship or field study in Texas, and research work as it pertains to grape growing. The Wine Society of Texas (WST), a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization, announced that it is awarding grants totaling $7,000 ...

VintageTexas 1 day ago

Hungry City: Babu Ji in the East Village Asserts Its Authority

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The Manhattan restaurant offers Indian food dressed up brightly, with an attentiveness to fresh ingredients.

The Pour 1 day ago

Top 7 Tips for Driving in Portugal: Park Absolutely Anywhere!

 Mark As Read    

I'll be the first to admit that my parallel parking skills are equivalent to a one-armed blind monkey – slightly frenetic and directionless at best. If I'm able to squeeze into a space in less than 45 moves, it's a win! But fortunate for me, Portugal doesn't require you to […]

Catavino 1 day ago

Talk: Alton Brown Has Had It With Foodies

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The TV personality on the pornification of cuisine, cooking as an act of self-reliance and why loving food isn’t enough to make you a star.

The Pour 1 day ago

Road Trip: Touring 109 Bars in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

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What started out as a father-and-son bar crawl in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula turned out to have a lot more meaning.

The Pour 1 day ago

Our very Own Selection

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As we launch our newly extended and re-designed Own Selection range, Geordie Willis – eighth-generation family member and our Creative Director – considers what it means for a wine to be bottled under our own label. House wines have earned a reputation over the years of being somewhat bog-standard; uninspiring, nameless bottles languishing on a [&#...

Berrys' Wine Blog 1 day ago

What really happened on the Napa Valley Wine Train?

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  It’s been one of the big social stories for the last several weeks, this tale of the Black women who were escorted off the train. You know the facts; I don’t need to go through them. What I find interesting are (a) the reaction in Napa Valley itself, as I perceive it to be […]

Cabernet Day, I just had to finally jump in

 Mark As Read    

This day, that day, Cabernet day, I've thought about doing a Petite Sirah day… How many days can you have in wine, when there are 365 days in a year. Portugal has over 500 different grape varieties that are indigenous, and Italy can boast even more? But… I'm in marketing, right? So I do see […] The post Cabernet Day, I just had to...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Damien Bureau, Anjou (Loire)

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Damien Bureau with Kenji Hodgson Champ-sur-Layon, Anjou (Loire) I met Damien Bureau here and there, tasting his wines on wine fairs, the lastes occurence being at the pet'nat sparkling fair in Montrichard. Anjou is an area where you may find...

Cooking With Kids: 5 Reasons You Should Be Doing It

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Start now, and your child could reap the benefits for a lifetime.

The Pour 2 days ago

Reader Mail Bag: Help A Newly-Minted Sales Rep

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1WD reader Robert has written in to yours truly, with an interesting double-barreled challenge. I think that we need the collective wisdom of the insanely-intelligent, hyper-attractive, overly-inebriated, and mega-hyphenated 1WD readership to help this guy. Also, I'm in Champagne this week collecting vinous memories that will make you all jealous, ...

1 Wine Dude 2 days ago

Eat: The Propane-Fueled Endless Summer

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Warmer months might be waning, but your grilling season can keep right on going.

The Pour 2 days ago

Vin65/WineDirect Form Long-Term Partnership with ShipCompliant/Sovos

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Today we are excited to announce that we have entered into a long-term partnership with ShipCompliant/Sovos. We’ve worked with ShipCompliant for a long time and we’ve had some good times together. Today we have over 300 winery customers in common, and we’ve now come together along with our parent company WineDirect to formally...

Vin 65 2 days ago

The Golden Ticket

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To celebrate the re-launch of our new, beautifully designed own-label range, we are giving customers the chance to win a golden ticket to an exclusive event with our Chairman Simon Berry. This September we are channelling the spirit of Willy Wonka, hiding golden tickets in unmixed cases of our new-look Own Selection range. While only […] The ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 days ago

What makes a successful tasting event?

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  My event yesterday in Monterey was even better than I’d dared to hope. You never know, when you put together a complex tasting like this, for a high-level audience of wine professionals, how it’s going to go. In this case, we decided to have a “Sur and Steve Road Show,” Sur being Sur Lucero, […]

La Grange aux Belles, Anjou (Loire)

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Marc Houtin, founder of the domaine (Chenin on left) Soulaines-sur-Aubance, Anjou (Loire) The Domaine de la Grange aux Belles is one of these fairly recent artisan wineries that make Anjou shine beyond its borders in spite of its humble table-wine...

Off the Menu: Saucy in Brooklyn Isn’t Just for Catering

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Przemek Adolf is opening a place that dabbles in sustainability; Joe Bastianich has revived his Milan restaurant; Aldea and Kappo Masa are reopening; and more.

The Pour 3 days ago

Fung Tu Keeps Cooking, Even With Gas Shut Off

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Since July 9, the Chinese restaurant on the Lower East Side has gotten by without its main source of fuel, using butane and shortening its menu.

The Pour 3 days ago

Recipes for Health: A Stew of Peppers Dresses Up Brown Rice

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Mixed with onions, garlic and tomatoes and cooked slowly in olive oil, you have a dish that goes great with brown rice.

The Pour 3 days ago

Restaurant Review: Superiority Burger in the East Village

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At Brooks Headley’s vegetarian medium-fast-food outfit, it’s easy to pick a favorite from the menu. Just don’t get too attached to it.

The Pour 3 days ago

Kill or cure?

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Considering the effects of alcohol consumption on one's health is not merely a modern preoccupation: in the autumn of 1957 we printed a brief discussion on the topic in our Number Three magazine which we have republished here. The post Kill or cure? appeared first on Berry Bros. & Rudd Wine Blog.

Berrys' Wine Blog 3 days ago

Tasting Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

 Mark As Read    

  I must confess how much I looked forward to our tasting last week of Willamette Valley Pinot Noirs. I exclusively reviewed California wines for a long time, and Oregon was a bit of a mystery to me. Of course, I’d had my share of Willamette Valley Pinot (and other varieties), but never really sat […]

Blessing of a harvest in fall is as important as the blessing of the vines in spring

 Mark As Read    

The blessing of a harvest is a major, religious tradition in all wine regions. In the spring, many ceremonies also occur for the blessing of wine grape vines. I once had to research "why," when asked; so, I went to my dear friend the Reverend Doctor John Staten. John and his family own Field Stone […] The post Blessing of a harvest in fall is...

Wine Blog 3 days ago

TV Dinners in a Netflix World

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Big food companies like Nestlé are sinking money into revitalizing their frozen offerings, after upstarts have taken supermarket freezer space with more innovative foods.

The Pour 4 days ago

A Kugel to Savor for Rosh Hashana

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The salt-and-pepper version is the favorite of many families.

The Pour 4 days ago

Front Burner: Challah and Brisket, Rethought for Rosh Hashana

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Plus: Lithuanian honey liqueur, Moroccan sauces and a Puerto Rican food festival bring a range of flavors, and a Vermont inn is ready to serve you.

The Pour 4 days ago

Close at Hand: Kathy Y L Chan and her Coveted Tea, Never to Be Brewed

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The tea specialist says her four tiles of highly prized pu-erh tea are too precious to drink.

The Pour 4 days ago

Old Man Yells at Cloud. Again.

 Mark As Read    

And the public gets what the public wants But I want nothing this society's got I'm going underground – Going Underground, The Jam With those words, Paul Weller perfectly encapsulated so much. It was a worldview that once guided my … Continue reading →

another wine blog 4 days ago

Zurracapote Riojano: Wine Cocktails beyond Sangria

 Mark As Read    

Red wine rarely comes to mind when summer temperatures reach scorching heights; yet Iberians across the Peninsula have always devised ingenious ways to add it to every drink! Let's take Spain as an example… Anyone who's visited Spain – and wanted to go deeper into the culture than the superficial "Sangria, Playa and Paella" experience &...

Catavino 4 days ago

Dora Charles Moves On From Paula Deen, and Makes It All About the Seasoning

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A cook who worked with the celebrity chef now has her own book, filled with both the flavors and the culture of black life in the South.

The Pour 4 days ago

18 tips for wineries on better communication

 Mark As Read    

  I’ve been doing weekly tastings at Jackson Family Wines for a while now, and part of that is buying non-JFW wines to include in our [blind] tastings, and preparing printed information for my fellow tasters on technical matters about the wines. For this, I turn to three sources: the front and back labels, the […]

Certified Bordeaux

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Review of Chateau Montviel 2002 and The GlenDronach, Revival, 15 year old Single Highland Malt Scotch Whisky. When the kosher run is of a well-established, Old World wine producer, that bottle of wine also represents, after a fashion, an opportunity for the kosher consumer to taste the product of many decades, if not centuries, of wine cultivation...

Grapelines 4 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For August 31, 2015

 Mark As Read    

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 4 days ago

The Appraisal: Builders and Brewers Look to Tap Into Brooklyn’s Beer Heritage

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In the 20th century, Brooklyn breweries dominated the industry. Now, developers are paying tribute to the borough’s heritage, and new breweries are seeking to revive its stature.

The Pour 4 days ago

The Russians are coming, the Russians are coming

 Mark As Read    

It's always a joy to receive Iron Horse Vineyards' bubbles. As I read Joy Sterling's cover letter about her family's 2010 Russian Cuvée, it sparked another memory, but first, what was written, so you understand the brain connection. Understandably, my family still takes complete credit for ending the Cold War. The 2010 Russian Cuvée in […] ...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Standing at the Crossroads (Part II) – Adaptive Variety Selection and the Uncertain Role of Imidacloprids in the future of Southern Grape Culture

 Mark As Read    

STANDING AT THE CROSSROADS (Part II) ADAPTIVE VARIETY SELECTION AND THE UNCERTAIN ROLE OF IMIDACLOPRIDS IN THE FUTURE OF SOUTHERN GRAPE CULTURE   By: R.L. Winters Master Horticulturist/Ampelographer Fairhaven American Hybrid Research Foundation [VT – Please welcome back VintageTexas guest blogger R.L. Winters in this three part blog on the im...

VintageTexas 5 days ago

Paso Robles Wine Tours

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Explore Paso Robles Wineries and enjoy California's beautiful central coast. Paso Robles Wine Tours mean fine wine, romantic dining and lovely wine country accommodations. Plan your wine tasting now

Cheers2Wine Blog 5 days ago

Lodi Golf

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Combine a Lodi Wine Tasting Tour with a day of Lodi Golf. You'll find that the Lodi area has many challenging golf courses. Enjoy a great round of golf in the Lodi Wine Country!

Cheers2Wine Blog 6 days ago
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