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City Kitchen: Zucchini, Tomatoes and Corn: Ripe for the Cooking

 Mark As Read    

At the height of summer, tomatoes, corn and zucchini are plentiful and perfect for breakfast, lunch or supper.

The Pour 6 hours, 41 min ago

A City Garden in Harlem Is on the Move to Brooklyn

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Marie Viljoen, a garden designer and blogger, must relocate with her husband, taking what’s portable in the garden with them.

The Pour 8 hours, 59 min ago

Tips for Shady Gardens

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Seeds of arugula, basil, cilantro, leaf lettuces of many kinds, Asian greens, spinach and kale all thrive in cooler early-fall conditions.

The Pour 9 hours, 12 min ago

Off the Menu: A Creperie, Délice & Sarrasin, Opens

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Bar Goto gives cocktails an Asian spin; wood-fired ovens at Macchina; Indian flavorings at Madison Square Tavern, and more.

The Pour 9 hours, 54 min ago

Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Untitled at the Whitney in the Meatpacking District

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Untitled, on the ground floor of Whitney Museum of American Art, gets its vibrancy and personality from the plates, with fruits and vegetables so ripe they’re ready to pop.

The Pour 10 hours, 54 min ago

The New Orleans Restaurant Bounce, After Katrina

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A decade later, the city is arguably a better place to eat than it was before the storm.

The Pour 11 hours, 59 min ago

Recipes for Health: Romanos Aren’t Just Any Green Beans

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Sturdier and fleshier than other varieties, they are ideal for a simple vegetable stew.

The Pour 13 hours, 12 min ago

Buying Wine Online: Isn't it Time to Relax the Restrictions?

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I went out for lunch in downtown Vancouver recently – and got really excited when the restaurant carried my favorite Cabernet Franc from a local BC winery. “This Cab Franc is so hard to find – the winery is even sold out online,” I said. The server responded with “You can buy wine online? Who knew?” Let’...

Vin 65 13 hours, 20 min ago

Gin: or the ‘demon’ redeemed

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As we continue to repost articles from our historic Number Three magazine, we republish an article about gin and its “squalid past”, originally published in the autumn of 1957. The drunkard sunk more in disgrace, / Had a look of brutality scowling; / In his soul, in his heart, in his face, / The gin like a demon […] The post Gin: or the ̵...

Berrys' Wine Blog 18 hours, 58 min ago

On geological faults in Burgundy and Sonoma County

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  I’m reading Benjamin Lewin MW’s new book, Wines of France, and as usual with his books, there’s more thoughtful information packed into almost every paragraph than most other wine books contain in 100 pages. I’ll have a more complete review in a few weeks, but for now I want to comment on the role […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 21 hours, 9 min ago

Petite sirah isn’t petite, according to Michael Dresser

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Having started the Petite Sirah wine advocacy group called PS I Love You, I know that I've read at least 95 percent of all the stories on Petite Sirah, since 2002. They've even been listed on the PSILY site in the Reviews section, dates all included with the authors and their views. Oh, the spellings, […] The post Petite sirah isn't petite, a...

Wine Blog 21 hours, 19 min ago

Wylie Dufresne Is Closing Alder

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The East Village restaurant ends a two-and-a-half-year run in the East Village. Mr. Dufresne said he’s looking for a new home.

The Pour 1 day ago

Soylent Announces New Version of its Nutrition Drink

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Soylent 2.0 uses soy protein and derives half of its fat energy from “farm-free algae sources.”

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: Miscelanea NY Brings Mexico to Manhattan

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Miscelanea NY does more than tacos; flavored pumpkin seeds; breakfast the Moroccan and Japanese way; cookies to make Vienna proud; and sleek ice-cream bowls.

The Pour 1 day ago

The Undiscovered Inland Foods of Portugal – Part II

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We're back with Part II of our three-part series on the undiscovered food gems of inland Portugal (read Part 1). With a mix of goat, sheep and bovine herding, as well as hunting, meat dishes in the heartland region of Beira Baixa abound! Yet, there are also fertile rivers to […]

Catavino 1 day ago

Close at Hand: Hannah Kirshner of Sweets & Bitters and Her Omelet Pan for the Backyard Bounty

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The founder and editor of the hybrid food magazine-cookbook, who owns three chickens, treasures her cast-iron omelet pan.

The Pour 1 day ago

Month of Salads: The Salad Shop

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by Sydney "Brown Nose" Blanchard The Salad Shop has endless salad optionsAh, August. It's the month I look forward to the most. Not only because it's my birth month (and Jay's), but because it's the much-anticipated MONTH OF SALADS at Bite and Booze.What is the month of salads, you ask? It's a time when Team Bite and Booze reflects on all the unhea...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

Wine Shortage? Bourbon Shortage?

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Reviews of the Deccolio Prosecco and Jim Beam White Label Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. In our age of sheer abundance and seemingly endless variety, it is difficult to wrap one’s head around something like a possible wine shortage.

Grapelines 1 day ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For August 3, 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 1 day ago

A tasting of Sonoma Coast Pinot Noirs

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  And what a fabulous tasting it was. This was really one of the most interesting sessions I’ve been to in years. For one thing, the level of wineries was exceptionally high, as it tend to be in this sprawling appellation. We’re also dealing with two very good years, 2012 and 2103. As usual—and as […]

Terroir, what’s the big deal?

 Mark As Read    

If you ask anyone in France, "What's terroir all about?" not only will that person tell you in words, but his hands… and even his entire body… will go into action.  A word created by French vignerons, you can bet your bippy that it means something, and it's worth writing about it for the uninitiated. […] The post Terroir, what's t...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Natural sparkling [Pet'Nat] wine fair

 Mark As Read    

A corner of the multi-cellar tasting event Montrichard (Loire) From what I know there's no other natural-sparkling fair around, which makes the event unique. The festive and healthy bubbly has gained popularity these last years although it usually can't brag...

My Dinner With Longevity Expert Dan Buettner (No Kale Required)

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The “Blue Zones Solution” author, an expert on the diets of people who live to age 100, prepares a meal for a reporter who lives on cheeseburgers and martinis.

The Pour 3 days ago

Perdue and the Race to End Antibiotic Use in Chickens

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More than half of the chicken it sells can be labeled “no antibiotics ever,” a first for a major poultry company.

The Pour 4 days ago

A Good Appetite: Smoky, Juicy Mussels and Clams Pop on the Grill

 Mark As Read    

Shellfish deserve a turn during grilling season, and the leftover juice is a delicious bonus when soaked up with grilled bread. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 4 days ago

Friday Fishwrap: the S.F. Chronicle, and the Petaluma Gap

 Mark As Read    

  It’s really sad how the San Francisco Chronicle’s wine coverage has dropped off the cliff since the paper and Jon Bonné parted ways. I didn’t always agree with Jon. I hated his attitude towards alcohol and thought he was unfair in his treatment of California wineries. But at least Jon was a true wine […]

Friday Feature Photo: The Gentle Men of Chaves

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Photographer: Jairo Capture Date: December 29, 2007 Location: Chaves, Portugal About: Portugal has a sweet and intimate relationship with birds, a cultural affinity that borders on guardianship. Every city park has their fleet of wild birds, every square has their residential flock, though none as prevalent as the pigeon. With heaps of […]

Catavino 4 days ago

With a Blade & Bow – History in a glass

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Bourbon:  A wild frontier for a wine blogger, and yet some enthralling.  I have been working my way through the land of the brown liquor for a number of years now, and I have found that I have a penchant for both single malt Scotch whisky, and good old fashioned American Bourbon.  Kentucky Bourbon.  ····&middot The pos...

Luscious Lushes 4 days ago

VIT 101 ~ 10 ~ Sour Grapes

 Mark As Read    

WARNING: If you’re in the wine business, this is only VIT 101. This blog story has been created for people just learning about vineyards. Please judge accordingly. VIT 101 ~ Sour Grapes It all began with updating the cluster photograph for the VIT 101 story. This one right here. When I looked at it the […] The post VIT 101 ~ 10 ~ Sour Grapes ...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Montefalco: Vino Magnifico

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When I was a school girl learning world geography, Italy was by far the easiest to remember. The fancy high-heeled boot of a lady whose ruffled skirts were France, Switzerland and Austria. Take a closer look, at the seductively rounded … Continue reading →

another wine blog 5 days ago

Beyond Bordeaux: nay

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In response to yesterday’s post claiming that exploration is essential to the enjoyment of wine, Peter Newton considers the limits of discovery, suggesting that one should stick to the unswerving staples of a cellar. Let's start with a fundamental truth: life is too short to drink bad wine. I could almost end my argument there, […] The post B...

Berrys' Wine Blog 5 days ago

Wine School: Your Next Lesson: White Bordeaux

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Historically passed over for its red sibling, white Bordeaux deserves recognition for its own beauty and complexity.

The Pour 5 days ago

Wine School: Assyrtiko, Now an American Treat

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The Greek wine, a relatively recent international arrival, has the creaminess and minerality that make it worth the search.

The Pour 5 days ago

Hungry City: Chicks To Go Serves Chicken and Peruvian Pride in the Rockaways

 Mark As Read    

At the takeout shop, spicy, smoky pollo à la brasa is best chased by gulps of sweet lemon-verbena soda.

The Pour 5 days ago

Pursuits: On Prince Edward Island, a Seafood-Dining Excursion

 Mark As Read    

Catching, cooking and eating all that the province’s surrounding waters have to offer, including oysters, clams, cod, lobster and mussels.

The Pour 5 days ago

Barbecue Bites: Crawfish Nachos

 Mark As Read    

Peanut butter and jelly. Macaroni and cheese. Cookies and milk. What's missing from these classic combos? Nachos and crawfish, duh.Crawfish NachosThis recipe by Chef Eusebio Gongora combines two of our favorite things, crawfish tails and nachos. With high quality, local ingredients from Indie Plate, and Jay D's Louisiana Barbecue Sauce, of course, ...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

Beyond Bordeaux: yea

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This month two members of our Fine Wine team battle it out over whether one should seek the comfort of classic regions, or – as Martyn Rolph argues here – constantly push ones vinous boundaries in search of something new. As Forrest Gump once said – or at least Tom Hanks in an amicable southern […] The post Beyond Bordeaux: yea appeared first...

Berrys' Wine Blog 5 days ago

Talking about wine talk

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  Back when John F. Kennedy was President, Helen Thomas, the White House correspondent and, at the time, the only woman to hold that post, asked JFK what he was doing to help women. “Not enough, I’m sure,” smiled Kennedy, in his wry, bemused way. The implication was that, of course, no American President can […]

Top 10 Surf Schools in Spain and Portugal

 Mark As Read    

Beyond the festivals, concerts and cultural activities in Portugal, lies a community of people who exist to ride the waves. This isn't just a hobby for them, it's a way of life! What makes Iberia unique is that each and every beach hosts its own culture, a place where the wave […]

Catavino 6 days ago

Chinese Trade Rules Put South Korea’s Kimchi Industry in a Pickle

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South Korea is not permitted to export kimchi, fermented cabbage, to China, but cheaper Chinese kimchi flows freely into South Korea, competing with the domestic product.

The Pour 6 days ago

Elder-Fashioned: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock & Key

 Mark As Read    

by Blair "B-Rex" LoupSt. Germain.The Elder-Fashioned at Lock & Key Whiskey Bar in Baton RougeIt’s showing up everywhere: in gin cocktails, in champagne flutes, and now in your old fashioned.St. Germain is an elderflower liqueur that’s sweet with subtle flavors resembling fragrant fruits like pear and peach.Lock & Key Whiskey Bar has a way o...

Bite and Booze 6 days ago

Wine Intelligence Report Stating The Obvious?

 Mark As Read    

If you have about $2400 handy, you can buy the latest report from Wine Intelligence on US Internet and Social Media utilization with respect to the US wine market. Or, you could invest that money and just go with your observations of the obvious when it comes to social media and wine. At least that's […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide ...

1 Wine Dude 6 days ago

Not So Royal Tokaji

 Mark As Read    

Review of ChAsteau Guiraud Sauternes 2001, Clear Creek Distillery Slivovitz Blue Plum Brandy and Mosby Kosher Plum Brandy Slivovitz . Known as “the King of wines and the wine of Kings,” Tokaji may be losing some of its regal bearing.

Grapelines 6 days ago

Eat: The Miracle of Preserves

 Mark As Read    

On my — and humanity’s — long and abiding faith in pickles, potted meats, jellies and jams.

The Pour 6 days ago

Essential ingredients: tomatoes

 Mark As Read    

This month our Head Chef Stewart Turner creates a sweet and savoury gazpacho with the season’s tomatoes, while Demetri Walters MW recommends wines to serve alongside this potentially problematic red fruit. On the table: The summer brings an amazing bounty of fruit and vegetables into the kitchen, but two ingredients always stand out for me: […...

Berrys' Wine Blog 6 days ago

Thoughts on the far Sonoma Coast

 Mark As Read    

  In anticipation of our tasting this Friday of wines from the “true” Sonoma Coast, I’ve been going over in my mind my understanding of this American Viticultural Area, which was declared an A.V.A. in 1987. That was 28 years ago, but I don’t recall the controversy surrounding it until sometime in the late 1990s, […]

Outstanding people and wines

 Mark As Read    

Outstanding people and wines… and those behind them are equally vibrant and true. Kick Ranch Vineyards… Dick Keenan invited all of the wine brands that purchase his grapes, to make their own wines. And, they gathered last Thursday…. Yesterday I wrote: I just attended a wine tasting at Kick Ranch Vineyard. Owner Richard (Dick) Keen...

Wine Blog 6 days ago

Beware of whisky

 Mark As Read    

Forced by Chester to resume her usual life, Ketty gets courage by pouring herself whisky... Light summer photo [novel] story... I found this Western photo-novel some time ago in a street flea market, it was published in 1968 by Star...

Off the Menu: La Pecora Bianca Joins the Italian Crowd

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In NoMad, Mark Barak affirms a connection with local growers; Chloe Coscarelli offers a fast-casual vegan showcase; Heartland Brewery opens a taproom; and more.

The Pour 7 days ago

Recipes for Health: A ‘Doughnut’ That’s a Peach

 Mark As Read    

With some sleight of hand, Saturn peaches can look like doughnuts. A raspberry-lime sauce makes the dessert even prettier.

The Pour 7 days ago
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