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Culinary Trends in New York

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The hot dishes, drinks and other details to watch for in restaurants this fall.

The Pour 5 hours, 19 min ago

Big Arrivals: One Diner Looks Ahead

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Florence Fabricant tells which New York restaurant openings she is most looking forward to.

The Pour 6 hours, 21 min ago

Restaurant List: the Season’s Newcomers

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Florence Fabricant’s tip sheet on restaurants that will open soon.

The Pour 7 hours, 19 min ago

Cue the Toucans and Iguanas

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Avocado tacos, so simple yet so good, like butter.

The Pour 7 hours, 30 min ago

Restaurant Review: Bar Primi in the East Village

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Pasta takes center stage at Bar Primi in the East Village.

The Pour 7 hours, 50 min ago

Chris Cannon to Open Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen in Morristown, N.J.

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Chris Cannon, of the former Alto and Convivio, is opening Jockey Hollow Bar & Kitchen in Morristown, N.J., to showcase New Jersey foods.

The Pour 8 hours, 20 min ago

Stalking New York: The Mexican Chef Enrique Olvera

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Intent on getting it right, the Mexican chef Enrique Olvera immerses himself in the New York food scene before opening Cosme, one of the season’s most high-profile restaurants.

The Pour 9 hours, 23 min ago

Front Burner: Some of New York’s Signature Dishes Are Yours to Take Out

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Some of the city’s best restaurants offer a few of their finest offerings in a takeout version, but be ready to go get them yourself.

The Pour 11 hours, 58 min ago

Beefstock: Beef, Beer, & Beats

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The Bite and Booze team, in conjunction with Jay D’s Louisiana Barbecue Sauce and the Tin Roof Brewery, is launching a new event in Baton Rouge this fall. Beefstock is an all beef cook-off being held at the Tin Roof Brewery on November 2nd. The competition is currently looking for teams to compete at Beefstock, which will include all of the followi...

Bite and Booze 15 hours, 16 min ago

Getting The Whiskey’s ‘Backstory’

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A review of the Ramot Naftaly Duet 2010 and a revisit to High West whiskies. We are often asked why we do not assign a numerical score to the wines and spirits we review. After all, it is a process employed by many of the most popular reviewers including the eminent Robert Parker, the glossy Wine Spectator and the high-end British publication Dec...

Grapelines 16 hours, 0 min ago

Why Pennsylvania Liquor Control Is Doomed

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It has occurred to me recently that Pennsylvania’s monopoly control of the purchase, distribution, and sale of alcohol in the state is doomed. I cannot tell you exactly when it will fall, or exactly how it will fall, but I think I can safely tell you that fall it will, and that we can safely […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start...

1 Wine Dude 16 hours, 46 min ago

The Start of a Portuguese Beer Revolution?

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Upon our arrival to Spain, beer was an afterthought. Cheap lagers dominated the landscape with their banal, indifferent flavors that paired well with a sunny terrace. But in 2008, everything changed. With the enormous wave of craft beers pouring through the USA, Spain prepared for its own beer revolution. The initial beer movement began in […...

Catavino 18 hours, 4 min ago

You can’t ride two horses with one behind + professional ethics

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Whomever said, "You can't ride two horses with one behind,"  never saw the circus act where the pretty, young girl is riding two horses while standing up. You can ride two horses, but you have to be on your feet to do it, not on your behind. That's where I am… I'm riding two horses, […] The post You can't ride two horses with one behind...

Wine Blog 18 hours, 45 min ago

The Empire Strikes Back: Laube Takes on IPOB

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  Brother Laube comes out swinging against In Pursuit of Balance, in the Sept. 30 issue of Wine Spectator. (Sorry, no link. The Spectator has one of the best firewalls in the business. No subscribe, no read.) I’d been wondering how long it would take him. After all, Jim is famous for giving high scores […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 21 hours, 35 min ago

Germany's Grosses Gewaechs “ Grand Cru - Vintage 2013 White Wines and Vintage 2012 Red Wines Released. Notes from the Pre-release Tasting in August 2014 in Wiesbaden, Germany

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Photo: Germany's Grosses Gewaechs “ Grand Cru - Vintage 2013 White Wines and Vintage 2012 Red Wines Pre-release Tasting in August 2014 in Wiesbaden, Germany (Photo: Weinkaiser)Germany's VDP.Grosse Gewaechs “ Grand Cru - vintage 2013 white wines and vintage 2012 red wines were released on September 1, 2014. These are the ultra-premium dry wines fro...

Schiller Wine 23 hours, 16 min ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For September 1, 2014

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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

What Labor Day Means to Me

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What labor Day Means to Me… is not what you might expect. It's not a day to go boating for the last time of the season; or, heading off to the beach one more time, before I settle into apple picking. No BBQs for me today. Nay… It's pretty sobering for me. It's  time to […] The post What Labor Day Means to Me appeared first on Wine...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

The rules of food and wine matching (part one)

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In our new series, food writer Susie Carter takes a look at which wines pair most successfully with some of our favourite foods. She begins by taking us through the key principles of food and wine pairing. When I first started studying food and wine pairing I thought it was going to be easy. As […]The post The rules of food and wine matching ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 1 day ago

Napa wineries take stock, assess damage after 6.0 Quake

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Napa Valley wineries report diverse assessments as a result of last Sunday morning's magnitude 6.0 earthquake that shook residents from their 3:20 a.m. slumber.  The ‘South Napa earthquake,' so named by the United States Geological Survey (USGS), was the largest to hit … Continue reading →

another wine blog 1 day ago

Extraordinary Views of the Rheingau Vineyards - A Spectecular Helicopter Flight over the Rheingau with Rheingau Winemakers, Germany

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Picture: Turmberg with Helicopter and Weingut Robert Weil WineA group of VDP winemakers “ the association of German elite winemakers “ from the Rheingau invited me and Annette Schiller, ombiasy PR and WineTours, to an extraordinary afternoon and evening event at Weingut Robert Weil in Kiedrich. At the center was a 20 minutes helicopter flight over ...

Schiller Wine 1 day ago

Alaska Turns to Locally Grown Food Thanks to State Incentives

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Advocates for local food are pushing back against the notion that eating food grown or raised in Alaska is impossible or too expensive.

The Pour 2 days ago

Earthquake and a New Harvest

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The Cornerstone Cellars 2013 vintage is somewhere in there. In the pitch darkness of your deepest sleep a nightmare suddenly launches your bed into the air jarring you awake. But waking only makes it worse as you realize that it was not a dream, but reality that launched your bed off the ground. But that's just the beginning as your...

Wine Camp Blog 2 days ago

Ultimate Meatloaf Recipe

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This is the ultimate meatloaf recipe. Serve this comfort food with garlic cheese bread and asparagus. A truly delicious meatloaf recipe!

Cheers2Wine Blog 2 days ago

Saying Goodbye to Texsom 2014

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As August wains, I need to say my final goodbyes to this year's Texsom. The new acquaintances, visits with old friend and, oh yes, the education happened and went far to quickly. After ten years, the "little" sommelier conference that James Tidwell and Drew Hendricks believed could fill an important industry need has. There are...

VintageTexas 3 days ago

Emotion, the Bee Gees and Bill Harlan: The power of persuasion

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  “It’s just emotion that’s taking me over,” the Bee Gees crooned—emotionally—on their 1978 hit, “Emotion,” a song of unrequited love and the pain it can cause. We all know how powerful emotions can be. If strong enough, they can, and do, overrule reason and common sense, and “take over,” driving their human to perform […]

Wines under $20: Ott (Gruner edition)

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There's a hilarious story that runs every August: they're running out of rosé in The Hamptons! Predictably, it ran again this week. There are tons of great rosés out there (both still AND sparkling, ahem, Hamptons-goers) but the good ones do tend to sell out early in the season. So stock them early for subsequent […] The post Wines under $20:...

Dr Vino's wine blog 4 days ago

Sting: pay to pick my grapes

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Finding labor to perform the annual harvest at a vineyard can be hard. But not if you are Sting: the Englishman in Tuscany is charging people $350 a day to come and work in his vineyard. The paying pickers would arrive at a leisurely 11:30 at Il Palagio, Sting and Trudie Styler's 900-acre estate. After […] The post Sting: pay to pick my grape...

Dr Vino's wine blog 4 days ago

City Kitchen: A Roasted Green Chile Evokes Santa Fe

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In New Mexico, late summer brings the pungent aroma from roadside grills.

The Pour 4 days ago

Sam Kass, the Obamas’ Foodmaster General

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Mr. Kass, the first family’s personal chef, has one of the highest public profiles of anyone in the East Wing and a window into the zealously guarded space and tastes of the Obama White House.

The Pour 4 days ago

At the Table | Berg’n: In Crown Heights, Small-Batch Food Scene Meets Beer Hall

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Berg’n is a vast new place in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, with food vendors and craft brews.

The Pour 4 days ago

A Good Appetite: No PB&J Allowed? Put Dips Into Lunchboxes

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If a child’s school bans nut-based foods, dips provide a delivery system for vegetables.

The Pour 4 days ago

Month of Salads #9: Beausoleil

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Beausoleil's Grilled Shrimp Pasta SaladBeausoleil gets a lot of recognition for their curried chicken salad sandwich on their brunch and lunch menu, but their other versions of salad also highlight bold flavors that come together in a way that has this big guy craving something a little greener. I'm a huge fan of their seafood salad, but I ventured...

Bite and Booze 4 days ago

Innovation: Who Made That Tabasco Sauce?

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A sugar plantation leads to spice.

The Pour 4 days ago

Sunday Sojourn ~ The Man Who Cried + A Wine Journey

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Any wonderful story deserves equally wonderful wines, and so I got to work... The post Sunday Sojourn ~ The Man Who Cried + A Wine Journey appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 4 days ago

What makes a winery great?

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  I took a rare day off from the blog yesterday, and I know you notice when I do, because I hear from you! Which I’m grateful for. I sometimes refer to my “Thursday Throwaway” and “Friday Fishwrap” posts, because I well know we writers must be appreciative of every individual who reads us—we shouldn’t […]

Beer and Wine Producer Belgium

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Picture: Belgian Beer in AntwerpRecently, on a trip from Zeeland in Holland to Frankfurt in Germany, I had a beer in Antwerp in Belgium. I am not a beer drinker, but being in Belgium, I thought I should have a beer with my salty waffle. In fact, I let my daughter Katharina Schiller order the beer for me. What I got was beer with 8,5% alcohol, an al...

Schiller Wine 4 days ago

Disneyland Facts

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Get important Disneyland facts needed to plan a visit. More people have gone to Disneyland than any other park in the world.

Cheers2Wine Blog 5 days ago

The Pour: 10 of New York City’s Most Surprising Wine Lists

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Here are 10 of New York City’s most surprising wine lists, in alphabetical order.

The Pour 5 days ago

Chat & Chow: Former Miss America Kate Shindle Revisits Favorite Haunts

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Former Miss America Kate Shindle’s favorite haunts include Artie’s Delicatessen, the Glass House Tavern and the Campbell Apartment.

The Pour 5 days ago

Charlie Palmer Rethinks His Empire

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The chef and restaurateur is spreading out in Midtown.

The Pour 5 days ago

Hungry City: Moldova in Midwood, Brooklyn

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New York’s one restaurant devoted to the cooking of Moldova offers genuine details and food, and can make even a wedding crasher feel welcome.

The Pour 5 days ago

Napa Valley Fine Dining

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Don't miss out on the best Napa Valley Fine Dining. Napa is known for both it's award winning wines and its world class Napa Valley restaurants.

Cheers2Wine Blog 5 days ago

di Rosa Preserve: Art and Nature

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di Rosa Preserve is Napa's best kept secret. This unique place to enjoy both art and nature is located on 217 scenic acres in the Napa Valley. It's the most significant art collection of Bay Area

Cheers2Wine Blog 5 days ago

Video: Exploring the Wild Side of Portugal in Peneda-Gerês National Park

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When you think of Portugal, do you imagine lush green forests teeming with wildlife? What about rushing rivers filled with fresh water eels, trout, perch, carpe, barbell and blue mussels? I'd even go so far to say that you've never even considered the possibility of rock climbing, canyoning, hiking or rafting […]

Catavino 5 days ago

Taste the difference: English sparkling wine

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English wines are enjoying a wonderful summer – not just out in the vineyards, but also when it comes to their increasingly celebrated reputation for quality. Stephanie Barlow, a Wine Advisor who recently hosted a sell-out tasting of Southern Belles in our Warehouse Shop, explores their many and varied charms. The profusion of fantastic farme...

Berrys' Wine Blog 5 days ago

Month of Salads #8: Bistro Byronz

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Bistro Byronz Blackened Shrimp SaladBistro Byronz presents a lovely dining option nestled sweetly in Mid-City Baton Rouge. I brunched there the day after Fête Rouge with the ladies from Visit Baton Rouge as well as the great group of food bloggers that took to the town for the weekend. With a lot of water and several cups of coffee, I seemed to be ...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

2 Yummy Recipes For Blueberry Muffins In Non Gluten Avatar!

 Mark As Read    

There are very few people who would say no to a perfectly made muffin. Even less amount of people would find it in them to say no to blueberries. There’s just something about blueberries that make you want to have them, in any avatar or form. And when you have soft moist muffins made with […]

How I Made My Pasta At Home – Minus The Gluten!

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Just because you are gluten intolerant doesn’t mean you cannot have some of the best Italian food. In fact, with the way the world is going today, you don’t even have to be gluten intolerant to steer clear of the foods that are high in gluten. It is just a matter of being health conscious. […]

The Wine Blogging Community Is A Joke, Part Two

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Back at the beginning of August, we generated a bit of controversy here (imagine that!) with my rant commentary on wine blogging, titled The Wine Blogging Community Is A Joke (But It Doesn’t Have To Be That Way). C’mon, with a nice, restrained title like that, who would’ve anticipated controversy?… Much commenting, sharing, linking, and […] ...

1 Wine Dude 5 days ago

Retailer With Beverage Education As A Priority ~ Total Wine & More

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I applaud Total Wine & More… Being on the inside of the wine business, I get to see things happening that let me know who's who and what's what. [Image: center is Ron Rubin, owner and president of The Rubin Family of Wines, greeting his guests.] I have been in the wine business for over […] The post Retailer With Beverage Education ...

Wine Blog 5 days ago
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