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On the table: Brunswick House Café

 Mark As Read    

This month food writer Victoria Stewart risks all on the A3036 in the name of gustatory goodness, hopping across the lanes at Vauxhall to visit Brunswick House Café – an intriguing Aladdin’s cave serving sensational seasonal grub. My experience of people talking about Vauxhall was in reference to it having a park amusingly called the pleasure [R...

Berrys' Wine Blog 7 hours, 47 min ago

Will there be an El Nino? What does it mean?

 Mark As Read    

  Despite my Ph.D. in meteorology and the fact that I successfully predicted both the drought and the most recent lottery number*, I have no idea if this El Nino that seems to be brewing in the Pacific will have the desired impact here in dry, dry California, where we’re currently in the midst of […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 8 hours, 7 min ago

The Bubbles of Summer all year long

 Mark As Read    

Randy Arnold of Barefoot Cellars… He's one of those people who you work with for a few months, and then he impacts your life forever. [This image of Randy Arnold is borrowed from the Website of Barefoot Wines.] Randy Celebrating 25 Years With Barefoot Cellars With Barefoot, Randy Arnold's been there since the beginning. In […] The post ...

Wine Blog 8 hours, 16 min ago

In Transit: Mac & Cheese Fest in Chicago to Expand This Year

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There will be more macaroni, more cheese and one more Golden Noodle Award at this year’s event.

The Pour 18 hours, 23 min ago

Jerusalem Wine Festival 2015

 Mark As Read    

  We've been covering the Israel Museum since the beginning. Check it out Check out the Jerusalem Wine Festival, one of the most fun and exciting wine festivals in Israel. This is how the city of Jerusalem describes it: The Jerusalem Wine Festival, the leading event for the wine industry in Israel, is a salute […]

HaKerem: The Israeli Wine Blog 20 hours, 31 min ago

Front Burner: African Eggplants Grown in New Jersey

 Mark As Read    

Pumpkin-shaped cuties worthy of a centerpiece or your skillet; a cheeseburger beach ball; gelato on the boardwalk; MasterChef recipes; and more.

The Pour 21 hours, 4 min ago

Close at Hand: Juan Camilo Makes Sure Dyckman Beer Measures Up

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The company founder keeps a hydrometer close by to estimate the A.B.V. (alcohol by volume) of beer in progress and adjust accordingly.

The Pour 21 hours, 34 min ago

At the Grey in Savannah, History Takes Another Turn

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In a building that once held a segregated bus station, the chef Mashama Bailey is redefining African-American cooking in the South.

The Pour 22 hours, 41 min ago

Beth Donner: Dame of Distilling

 Mark As Read    

How did Beth Donner get the idea to start a Louisiana distillery?“It was just that. It was just an idea," she said.Beth, her husband Tom, and their business partners Henry and Jennifer Peltier, started Donner-Peltier Distillery in 2011.Co-founder, Co-Owner, and President of Donner-Peltier Distillery in Thibodaux, LouisianaPhoto courtesy of the Donn...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For July 27, 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 current vintage, top Russian River Valley Pinot Noirs

 Mark As Read    

There are very few common Pinot Noirs in the Russian River Valley. Certainly, given the number of producers (in the hundreds), the level of quality is extraordinarily high, especially when we have two vintages in a row—2012 and 2013—that both were very fine, although it looks like ’13 has the edge in terms of consistency. […]

Aren’t I great?

 Mark As Read    

It's really difficult to promote oneself, which is why PR and marketing companies are chosen to do that task for others. No one can say, "Aren't I great?" without losing credibility. Find a cheerleader, and your story will reach new heights; brag about yourself and you're cooked. My greatest experience in self promotion In the […] The post Ar...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

AHHH…the Great Outdoors!

 Mark As Read    

The hot summer months are upon us, and July and August are taking no prisoners this year. It's easy to get sucked inside where the air conditioner is cranked to arctic temperatures and an ice-cold beverage is only a short walk to the refrigerator, but we think it's time to get out and get yourself

Ken's Wine Guide 3 days ago

A Good Appetite: Thai-Inspired Pork Tenderloin Salad

 Mark As Read    

The dish is so pungent and bright that the meat’s main job is to meld its own gentle flavor with the other ingredients. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 3 days ago

The Four Seasons Space Gets a New, Younger Face

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The chefs Mario Carbone and Rich Torrisi and their business partner, Jeff Zalaznick, all in their 30s, will take over in 2016.

The Pour 3 days ago

City Kitchen: For Fresh, Flavorful Fish, Show Some Backbone

 Mark As Read    

Some home cooks opt for boneless, skinless meat, but cooking on the bone can be surprisingly simple and delicious, especially with fish.

The Pour 3 days ago

Scaling Back: Americans Are Finally Eating Less

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After rising for decades, calorie consumption has declined in recent years as public attitudes have shifted.

The Pour 4 days ago

Bites: Restaurant Report: R&J Lounge and Supper Club in Oklahoma City

 Mark As Read    

The menu offers edible Americana including one of the owner and chef’s grandmother’s recipe for chicken with buttermilk and dill dumplings.

The Pour 4 days ago

Burgundy 2015: A midsummer update

 Mark As Read    

Recently returned from Burgundy (where he spends most of the year), Jasper Morris MW – our Burgundy Director – reports on the 2015 growing season thus far, and the prospects of the 2014 vintage. It was not just the players and spectators at Wimbledon who were melting in the heat as June gave way to […] The post Burgundy 2015: A midsummer upda...

Berrys' Wine Blog 4 days ago

What makes a wine memorable?

 Mark As Read    

  The most interesting, or at least memorable, California wine I ever had was a 1977 Chateau Montelena when it was fifteen years old. I’d gotten to know a fellow by the name of Albert Dupont, a Belgian, who was at that time one of the more interesting characters running around Napa Valley. He and […]

Vit 101 ~ 9 ~ Veraison

 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 ~ 9 ~ Veraison VIT 101: On June 20, our cluster had absolutely no red pigment coming  into the grapes. Slowly, but surely, the color is […] The post Vit 101 ~ 9 ~ Veraison ...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Wine apps YOU should be using!

 Mark As Read    

We all know that wine apps for smart phones are hot right now.  I have about 40 installed on my iPhone as we speak, all n some sort of evaluation or user mode.  But what apps really mater?  What matters to consumers versus wineries? Recently, I was tasked with writing about the top wine apps····&middot The post Wine apps YO...

Luscious Lushes 4 days ago

Wines of The Times: Brunello di Montalcino’s Balancing Act

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The panel tastes 20 bottles of 2010 vintage Brunellos.

The Pour 4 days ago

Hungry City: Langos Truck Presents the Flavor of Hungary on Four Wheels

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The food truck, which parks weekdays for lunch at different corners of New York City, proselytizes the power of its namesake offerings.

The Pour 4 days ago

Barbecue Bites: Pulled Pork Sandwich

 Mark As Read    

We do a lot of cool things with Jay D's Louisiana Barbecue Sauce, but truly, our favorite thing to pair the sauce with is pork. The sweetness of the cane syrup and brown sugar along with the heat of Louisiana seasonings in the sauce go perfectly with many iterations of pork.Pulled Pork Sandwich with Jay D's Louisiana Barbecue Sauce In this recipe b...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

Why Is It So Hard to Get a Great Bagel in California?

 Mark As Read    

San Francisco bakeries have tried and tried again to replicate the chewy, crusty perfection of New York’s specialty. They are still trying.

The Pour 5 days ago

Who Are The Philanthropic Leaders in The Wine Business Fostering Education

 Mark As Read    

Being on the team who worked toward a press release for one of my own clients (The Rubin Family of Wines), with Sonoma State University's Wine Spectator Learning Center, I was made very aware of who are the philanthropic leaders in the wine business. It came with a few, surprises. Nice ones, to be sure… […] The post Who Are The Philanth...

Wine Blog 5 days ago

In the future, everybody will be a sommelier for 15 minutes

 Mark As Read    

  Have you noticed? They’re everywhere. I swear, they’re reproducing like spores. Why, just the other day, I went down to my local 7-Eleven to get a quart of milk. The refrigerated section includes chilled wine, and when I was browsing the cooler looking for the non-fat, I must have seemed puzzled, for a well-dressed […]

Union Square Cafe Will Stay in the Neighborhood

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The landmark restaurant, forced by a rent increase to move, will take over City Crab’s space at Park Avenue South and 19th Street.

The Pour 5 days ago

App Smart: Video Feature: Summertime, and the Grilling Is Easy, With Help

 Mark As Read    

Cooking on the grill can be a challenge, but these apps offer recipes and tips to help users serve up a tasty feast.

The Pour 5 days ago

Montefalco Sagrantino: Umbria’s Secret Sultry Sipper

 Mark As Read    

Landlocked Umbria has long been thought of as Tuscany's little sister, a hidden treasure housing such jewels as Orvieto's cathedral, and ancient Etruscan ruins.  Having spent several days here on my (only) trip to Italy several  years ago, I feel in love with the unique culture that Umbria's landscape provides, with a distinct culture of··...

Luscious Lushes 5 days ago

A Wine for Tonight: 2014 Domaine Saint Aix Rosé

 Mark As Read    

Would you like a quick suggestion for a good wine to drink tonight (or this weekend) that won’t break your budget and is widely available? If so, you might want to check out the 2014 Domaine Saint Aix Rosé from the Provence region of France. Our selection criteria include: A very good Quality rating of […]A Wine for Tonight: 2014 Domaine Sain...

Wine Peeps 6 days ago

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

 Mark As Read    

by Sydney "Brown Nose" BlanchardI'm a sucker for a pretty cocktail, especially one with fancy garnishes. It just makes me feel very adult and very sophisticated. I've only been legally allowed to drink for two years, so ordering alcoholic beverages is still a novelty to me.Humbling Old-Fashioned at Lock & KeyI'm new to the whiskey cocktail game...

Bite and Booze 6 days ago

There are no great wines, just great bottles

 Mark As Read    

  When Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Gregory Pardio hears “Bennie and the Jets”, something comes over him. “I’ve always associated the song with abundant sunlight and clean-house smells and security,” he told the Wall Street Journal, explaining that when he was a little boy, his mother would clean their house “with the Elton John single playing....

Wondrous Stories (Chris Carpenter Recent Releases)

 Mark As Read    

In no time at all he took me to the gate In haste I quickly Checked the time If I was late I had to leave, to hear your wondrous stories -YES, Wondrous Stories How does one tell a story (in this case, a fairly wondrous liquid story) when the primary architect of that story's […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start getting more out...

1 Wine Dude 6 days ago

Eat: The Sweetness of Mexico

 Mark As Read    

Turning the flavors of esquites — street corn — into frozen treats.

The Pour 6 days ago

Gymkhana comes to the Sussex Cellar

 Mark As Read    

Following our inaugural Cellar Series event, an Anglo-Indian collaboration with the Michelin-starred Gymkhana, Demetri Walters MW reports on a remarkable meal in our Sussex Cellar. Gymkhana: the name used to conjure-up children’s show-jumping competitions. At least it did to me. Now it immediately brings to mind the finest Indian cuisine that I hav...

Berrys' Wine Blog 6 days ago

Social media marketing requests are stepping up their game

 Mark As Read    

I've been big on posting the latest pitches from those wanting to get inside wine bloggers sites with their own plants. Let this one go down historically as the "best yet" for a social media marketing requests… Perhaps "the best ever," even. They are noticeably evolving in a more sophisticated pitch. Am I tempted? No… […] The post...

Wine Blog 6 days ago

In Ischia, Italy, Cooking Is Done in the Sand, Not the Stove

 Mark As Read    

From baking in the hot sand to growing produce in the ash-rich hills, the island brims with ways to enjoy local food and wine.

The Pour 6 days ago

Restaurants: Restaurant Review: Lupulo in Chelsea

 Mark As Read    

The flavor and feel of a Portuguese beer hall come through loud and clear.

The Pour 6 days ago

Off the Menu: Okiway Opens in Bushwick

 Mark As Read    

Japanese pancakes with a global outlook; duck pierogi in Williamsburg; and more.

The Pour 6 days ago

Recipes for Health: A Tomato Salad With a Greek Personality

 Mark As Read    

The colorful mix of heirlooms is bulked up with red or pink beans. Feta, mint and celery round out the salad, which is spooned on toasted bread.

The Pour 6 days ago

Winemakers in concert

 Mark As Read    

While the pool of touring rock stars is rather small in Hong Kong, Josh Rubenstein – Head of Wholesale in our Hong Kong office – finds that the wine world supplies the city’s oenophiles with a steady stream of vinous celebrities. I have few gripes about life in Hong Kong, but I don’t mind whinging about […] The post Winemakers in concert appe...

Berrys' Wine Blog 7 days ago

Tasting Russian River Pinot Noir, and a shoutout to Gallo

 Mark As Read    

  My weekly tasting at Jackson Family Wines tomorrow is exciting even for jaded old me. It’s of current release Russian River Valley Pinot Noirs. The lineup as now scheduled is: Merry Edwards 2012 Meredith Estate Dehlinger 2012 “Altamont” Gary Farrell 2012 Hallberg Vineyard Dutton Goldfield 2012 Dutton Ranch Freestone Hill Vineyard Siduri 2013...

Front Burner: Alex Guarnaschelli’s Variation on Summer Corn

 Mark As Read    

A new version of Mexican street food; another burger blend from Pat LaFrieda; nut brittle in rectangles; and more.

The Pour 7 days ago

Your New Favorite Bar? Inside Your Old Favorite Bar

 Mark As Read    

The flux of newly opened bars-within-bars gives cocktail aficionados a quieter atmosphere and bartenders a chance to experiment.

The Pour 7 days ago

Close at Hand: Edible Schoolyard’s Kate Brashares Relives Her English Childhood Through a Grill

 Mark As Read    

The director of the New York nonprofit remembers her roots by making dinner on the Weber Genesis E-330 gas model with produce from her garden.

The Pour 7 days ago

The Undiscovered Inland Cuisine of Portugal – Part I

 Mark As Read    

The interior of Portugal is, unfortunately, often overlooked. That’s too bad, especially for foodies searching for unique eats beyond the mouthwatering fish and seafood on the coast and the regional dishes that the bustling cities recreate. Granted, I understand that driving into the mountains of Portugal or through windy, ancient […]

Catavino 7 days ago

Between Two Shells: Asian Style Chargrilled Oysters with Tin Roof Turnrow Harvest Ale

 Mark As Read    

by Blair "B-Rex" LoupA pint of Tin Roof Brewing's Turnrow Harvest Ale and the Asian Style Chargrilled Oyster at Jolie Pearl Oyster BarAll this hot weather has me constantly in the mood for spicy food. Then again, I’m always down for any bite with a kick. I know I can always get my heat fix at Jolie Pearl Oyster Bar by dousing any raw oyster that co...

Bite and Booze 8 days ago

Try Some Gruner

 Mark As Read    

Reviews of Shirah Gruner Veltliner John Sebastiano Vineyard 2014 and Four Roses Small Batch Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. Not all that long ago, perhaps a few decades, the wine world was remarkably dull by today’s standards. Wines were made in traditional locations under long established regulations and methodologies. Now numerous different ...

Grapelines 8 days ago
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