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From the inside: true temperance

 Mark As Read    

Tackling the inescapable issue of health, an article from a 1989 edition of our Number Three magazine ponders how far the wine merchant's duty of care extends, establishing anAs attitude ofAs true temperance . Like most of life's pleasures, from sunbathing to ski-ing, drinking alcohol can have its hazards if it is not done sensibly “ and recently [...

Berrys' Wine Blog 6 hours, 53 min ago

On Bauer’s Top 100 Restaurants

 Mark As Read    

  Michael Bauer, the San Francisco Chronicle’s influential restaurant critic, is out with his Top 100 Restaurants list for 2016. A close reading of it provides some glimpses into dining and other trends affecting the Bay Area. For one, we’re definitely out of the doldrums of the Great Recession. In the dismal years 2009-2012, there […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 7 hours, 12 min ago

Bordeaux ~ Getting to the Bottom of Left and Right Bank Soils ~ partie six

 Mark As Read    

Continuing from last week's Bordeaux ~ You Can Bank On It ~ partie six… This Earth Snapshot image is located on this Website: Sediments in the Gironde Estuary, France, and is of The Gironde Estuary, formed by the confluence of the Garonne and Dordogne rivers. I left soil for last, because its a serious, geological […]

Wine Blog 7 hours, 21 min ago

Women Dominate the Beard Awards

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Female chefs take a big share of this year’s honors.

The Pour 12 hours, 16 min ago

Art of Appreciation Gift Baskets Gone Golfing Golf Cart Gift Bag Tote

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Drive a hole in one with this great golf gift box filled with enough goodies and gourmet snack fare to keep your favorite golfer going all 18 holes. Perfect for any gift occasion, birthdays, thank you gifts or anytime you want to make their day extra special. Each basket is hand crafted with attention to […]

Wine Blog Pro 17 hours, 19 min ago

Meet Bergeron's City Market, Your New Lunch Spot

 Mark As Read    

by Sydney Blanchard With its crisp white exterior and sleek black and white signage, it's impossible to miss Bergeron's City Market on Jefferson Highway.Chef Don Bergeron's latest venture took over where Pat's Seafood used to be. Not only is the City Market the hub for Chef Bergeron's catering and retail operations, it also serves up a rotating men...

Bite and Booze 18 hours, 39 min ago

Basics: Eugenia Cheng Makes Math a Piece of Cake

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It can also be a piece of pie, or custard — so says a professor and author who spreads the magic of numbers through dessert recipes.

The Pour 19 hours, 34 min ago

Empty Tables After Paris and Brussels Terror Attacks

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Bistros catering to locals may be full, but not luxury restaurants for tourists.

The Pour 21 hours, 51 min ago

Dateline: Where Crawfish Are Boiled, Fried and Celebrated

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In Louisiana’s Cajun country, Hawk’s restaurant draws diners with spicy crawfish and doughnut bread pudding.

The Pour 22 hours, 42 min ago

Front Burner: At Urbani’s Truffle Lab, Classes and Cooking Lessons

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And in the front, jars and tins of dried mushrooms and truffles for sale.

The Pour 22 hours, 56 min ago

Front Burner: Improving the Simple Steel Skillet

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The handle stays cool, and food doesn’t get trapped.

The Pour 23 hours, 0 min ago

Front Burner: To Reduce Food Waste, an Eat-In at Union Square

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Dan Barber and others will show how to cook with ingredients otherwise headed for the landfill.

The Pour 23 hours, 8 min ago

Front Burner: The Lesson Is Macarons, and Class Is in Session

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An hour of instruction, followed by afternoon tea at Ladurée SoHo.

The Pour 23 hours, 12 min ago

What to Cook: Green Garlic and Other Spring Delights

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Ease into a week of laid-back cooking by sipping on gin and juice.

The Pour 23 hours, 13 min ago

Quaker Oats’ 100% Natural Claim Questioned in Lawsuit

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Testing of the oats found permissible amounts of glyphosate, but plaintiffs say the results are proof of false marketing claims.

The Pour 1 day ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For May 2, 2016

 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

Front Burner: Roman Cookbook Is History, Lost Dishes and Inspiration

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“Tasting Rome” offers complex bread and curing recipes, and simpler crostini and chicken with tomatoes.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: Savory and Sweet Pies From a Former White House Pastry Chef

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Chicken with truffles, beef-tamale-chile and smoked duck and collards are among the choices.

The Pour 1 day ago

More adventures on the sales road

 Mark As Read    

  Saturday afternoon, in-flight on United, somewhere above Iowa Returning from my four days back East on a sales trip to the “DMV”—my friend Liz Kitterman’s acronym for the D.C.-Maryland-Virginia circuit she covers. I’m struck by the many kinds of people I interacted with as part of the job. Some were somms or other buyers […]

Vineyard to Vintner ~ Celebrating Napa Valley’s Stags Leap District ~ Part 1

 Mark As Read    

I revived an invitation to attend the Stags Leap Vineyard to Vintner annual event, being kicked off on Friday, April 29, 2016. I knew that this was an honor. It just happened over this past weekend, and I took them up on their offer for Saturday, April 30. It's an event that draws out vintners […]

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Bordeaux 2015: picking favourites

 Mark As Read    

Looking beyond the wines that ticked boxes and scored the highest, here we present the wines from Bordeaux 2015 that really set our team's hearts aflutter, and whose prices we hope will do the same. Ch. Haut-Bailly, Pessac-Léognan “ 17.5/20 The nose here is as seductive as ever. With refined, creamy black cherry and redcurrant […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 2 days ago

O OLIVE OIL & VINEGAR Cabernet Wine Vinegar, 6.76 Fluid Ounce

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Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown in Napa are crushed to make this rich, robust vinegar. Hand made and aged in oak barrels in the warm California sun. The deep red cherry notes with a hint of fresh plum make our artisan vinegar a favorite of chefs. Very popular. Drizzle over sliced avocado, oregano, salt and pepper. […]

Wine Blog Pro 2 days ago

Monarch Garden: Golden-Agers Raising Golden Butterflies

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Monarch Garden: Golden-Agers RaisingAs Golden Butterflies Nursing facility residents are becoming grandmas and grandpas again A movement involving golden agers, butterflies and native plants has begun in a quiet facility in Pearland Texas just south of Houston. The residents of Tuscany Village Nursing Facility and Rehabilitation are sharing the exc...

VintageTexas 2 days ago

Leaving Forward

 Mark As Read    

Troon Vineyard, Applegate Valley, southern Oregon Everyone loves the Napa Valley. As soon as you mention you live there people are jealous. Why would anyone leave? On top of it I live in Yountville, a culinary Mecca. How could you leave? I'm leaving the Napa Valley and here are the reasons l am leaving: To make wine from varieties ...

Wine Camp Blog 3 days ago

Chateau Lamery (Bordeaux)

 Mark As Read    

Jacques Broustet in front of his estate Saint-Pierre-d'Aurillac, Bordeaux Jacques Broustet is a reference when you deal with naturally-made, sulfites-free Bordeaux, oddly my real first recollection of drinking his iconic cuvée Autrement was when I visited the French importer François...

John Rivenburgh: Texas ‘Gipsy Winemaker’ Considers Opportune Times

 Mark As Read    

John Rivenburgh: Texas ‘Gipsy Winemaker' Considers Opportune Times Sitting in the shady spot just off Fredericksburg's busy Main Street with John Rivenburgh sharing some TexasAs wine, he said, One day and I knew I needed a change. Bending Branch Winery was a good place for me. But, I want to explore some new opportunities. Bending Branch's...

VintageTexas 3 days ago

A New Alinea Plans to Serve Emotions as Well as Entrees

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The acclaimed Chicago restaurant prepares to reopen with a fresh face and a theatrical outlook.

The Pour 3 days ago

Frugal Traveler: Enjoying Osaka’s Famous Food, Without Breaking the Bank

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Kushikatsu, takoyaki, okonomiyaki and potentially toxic pufferfish, all on a budget.

The Pour 3 days ago

A Good Appetite: Green Garlic Gives Tabbouleh a Punch of Spring

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It may not be as intense as mature garlic, but it’s got the freshness of youth on its side.

The Pour 3 days ago

City Kitchen: The Brilliant Red Salmon That’s Worth the Splurge

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Wild Pacific salmon has an exquisite flavor and velvety texture — and it’s sustainable.

The Pour 3 days ago

Lives: Hunger Games in South Africa

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Raising eyebrows in Durban with the mention of a traditional dish.

The Pour 4 days ago

Mr. Donahue’s Roast Beef Is Rare in Its Simplicity

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The two chefs at this NoLIta restaurant undertake an exercise in restraint.

The Pour 4 days ago

Tasting the HoseMaster's medicine

 Mark As Read    

Following on from yesterday's post, Richard Hemming MW pens a response to the HoseMaster of Wine “ affectionately imitating the satirical writer's style, which we trust he will find as flattering as receiving 100 points from any of the critics whose ankles he yaps at. Dear HoseMaster, I very much enjoyed your piece about homeless […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 4 days ago

Tasting the Wines President Obama was Served: At Weingut Dreissigacker in Bechtheim, Rheinhessen, with Ute Dreissigacker “ Germany-South Tour by ombiasy WineTours (2015), Germany

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Tasting at Weingut Dreissigacker in Bechtheim, Rheinhessen, with Ute Dreissigacker When President Obama and the First Lady where in Berlin in 2013 and sat down with Chancellor Merkel and her husband, Professor Dr. Sauer, for a State Dinner, what wines did they drink? A Mosel? A Rheingau? No, they were served wines of Weingut Dreissigacker ...

Schiller Wine 4 days ago

Decadent Chocolate Truffles and Delightful Chocolate Treats Gift Basket

 Mark As Read    

Decadent truffles and delightful treats await your lucky gift recipient. Indulge them with the most delicious arrangement beautifully presented in a red tin container. If you are looking to show your appreciation, celebrate a special occasion or know someone special who adores sweets, this gift says it all in chocolate! Each basket is crafted with ...

Wine Blog Pro 4 days ago

The Pour: Just Beaujolais and Chenin Blanc (and That Could Be Enough)

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With its emphasis on two regions, the Freek’s Mill wine list offers a chance to dive deep. But it’s a challenge for those unprepared to take the plunge.

The Pour 4 days ago

A wine trip back east, to the D.C. metro area

 Mark As Read    

  If you’ve been reading me for years, you know that I was arguing in 2009, 2010, 2011 that (a) print newspapers and magazines are NOT dead (as so many bloggers were predicting and hoping) and (b) social media was NOT the be-all and end all for wineries. Well, I was right on both scores! […]

Eat: The Best Sandwich Ever

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A hero shop’s gigantic fried-eggplant sandwich, remade for the home.

The Pour 5 days ago

Hungry City: Russian Dumplings, Like Grandma’s, at Two Village Spots

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Anton’s Dumplings and Babushka Cafe fill their specialties with care and tradition.

The Pour 5 days ago

The HoseMaster of Wine on our forgotten wine critics

 Mark As Read    

While often the butt of jokes, the world of wine isn't necessarily known for its sense of humour: but the HoseMaster of Wine is rapidly changing this, calling the wine trade's bluff with his cruelly comic prose. We asked satirical wine writer Ron Washam (aka the HoseMaster himself) to write this month's guest post. They […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 5 days ago

Bordeaux ~ You Can Bank On It ~ partie cinq

 Mark As Read    

In northern California, two well known appellation exist: Napa and Sonoma. They're separated by a mountain range, the Mayacamas. (The Mayacamas Mountain name is thought to originally means "the howl of the mountain lion." Lions still do exist on this range, you can be sure of that. I seen my own and was wowed.) Sonoma […]

Wine Blog 5 days ago

9. K&M Gutsweine Hausmesse, Frankfurt, Germany “ Schiller's Favorites

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Owner Johannes Hasselbach, Weingut Gunderloch, with Annette and Christian Schiller at 9. K&M Gutsweine Hausmesse, Frankfurt, GermanyBernd Klingenbrunn's and Armin Busch's K&M Gutsweine is a leading wine retailer (with 2 shops and an online business) in Frankfurt, Germany, my base, when I am in Europe. Once a year, Bernd and Armin p...

Schiller Wine 5 days ago

Robert J. Cooper, 39, Creator of St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Dies

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Mr. Cooper’s 2007 concoction was so popular with the cocktail crowd that it became known as “bartender’s ketchup.”

The Pour 5 days ago

Les Waas, Adman, Dies at 94; Gave Mister Softee a Soundtrack

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His jingle, a herald of summer in the city, and of the ice cream man down the block, is the textbook embodiment of an earworm: once heard, never forgotten.

The Pour 5 days ago

Boîte: A Brooklyn Bar With Inspiration From Marie Antoinette

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Le Boudoir, a gilded cocktail den, is tucked under Chez Moi, a casual French bistro on Atlantic Avenue.

The Pour 5 days ago

In Pizza We Trust

 Mark As Read    

by Daniel Harris First, a haiku: Pizza, so yummyI could eat it all the timeI love you, pizzaHere at Bite and Booze, we believe pizza is less a food and more a way of life. #Pizzaluminati#pizzaluminatiSome like it simple, maybe just cheese or pepperoni, and others like to throw on so many toppings you can barely see the cheese. Despite how you enjoy...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

Why You Should Care When The Clock Strikes Wine O'Clock (Thoughts On The Enolytics 2016 Report)

 Mark As Read    

My first reaction to the recently-published study/synopsis on "Wine O'Clock" issued by the new firm Enolytics: Well… yeah… no sh*t! My second reaction to the recently-published study/synopsis on "Wine O'Clock" issued by the new firm Enolytics: Wait… holy crap! This is actually important (and I am an idiot)! At first blush, you mig...

1 Wine Dude 6 days ago

A pinky of wine for baby: Are you creating a future alcoholic?

 Mark As Read    

  For yesterday’s flight from SFO to Reagan Washington Airport I bought a New York Times, which always gives me a couple hours of good reading when I have the time—and what else is there to do on a long flight? So in the Science Times section (sorry, no link—firewall!) they had an article called […]

A taste of Bordeaux: canelés

 Mark As Read    

As the Bordeaux 2015 campaign begins, our Head Chef Stewart Turner offers a classic Bordelais recipe for canelés while Richard Veal suggests appropriate accompaniments. On the table: These little cakes are as much a part of Bordeaux as its wines, and have been in and out of fashion probably as often.As  A cake with a […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 6 days ago

Petite Sirah Stakeholders answer the question, “Why do YOU make a Petite Sirah?”

 Mark As Read    

To Petite Sirah Stakeholders "Why do YOU make a Petite Sirah?" The answers are a tapestry revelation, each an important thread, woven into our magic carpet called Petite Sirah. A. Toraño Family Vineyards ~ Art Toraño, Owner ~ Healdsburg We make our Petite because it is one of the most delicious, unctuous, voluptuous, dark, spicy, […]...

Wine Blog 6 days ago
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