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Doepfner's im Maingau Meets Frankfurt/Wein, with Weingut Battenfeld-Spanier and Weingut Chat Sauvage, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Wolfgang L. Feierfeil, Frankfurt/Wein, Frank Schubert, Weingut Battenfeld Spanier, Michael Staedter, Weingut Chat Sauvage, Werner Doepfner and Doepfner Junior With its contemporary, light and fresh cuisine with a regional accent and a highly respected and renowned wine cellar, "Döpfner's im Maingau" is among the top restaurants in the Fra...

Schiller Wine 25 minutes ago

A Fresh Take on Easter

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Instead of the usual cured ham, a succulent version that elegantly evokes spring.

The Pour 7 hours, 48 min ago

Tavern on the Green Sparkles Again

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After two years of restoration, the restaurant is set to reopen as a polished crown jewel in Central Park.

The Pour 8 hours, 10 min ago

In the Kitchen With Clémentine and Ruth

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The restorative powers of 170 recipes and an old cookbook.

The Pour 8 hours, 13 min ago

Front Burner: A Sushi Guide, Designer Tableware and More

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Recommendations for the week of April 15.

The Pour 8 hours, 44 min ago

Off the Menu: A Branch of Racines Is Coming to New York

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The chef, Frédéric Duca, at right, is from Marseilles, but his brief menu has only a light French accent.

The Pour 9 hours, 12 min ago

Critic on the Road: Where Peter Chang Cooks, They Will Follow

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Fans follow Mr. Chang around his five outposts in Virginia, where his dishes exhibit the imaginative leaps of a major Chinese chef.

The Pour 10 hours, 27 min ago

Texas Wine Country 2014: Some Dodged the Bullet, Some Not

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Texas Wine Country 2014: Some Dodged the Bullet, Some Not Most people in Texas would agree that Texas is a hot sunny place most of the time. They would also likely agree with the idea that Texas winegrowing has more in common with similarly sunny places like Spain, south of France and Italy than with

VintageTexas 12 hours, 4 min ago

LVMH enters Burgundy via Clos des Lambrays

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LVMH, the luxury goods company whose portfolio ranges from Louis Vuitton handbags to Dom Pérignon champagne, has made their first acquisition in Burgundy. The group has purchased Domaine des Lambrays just outside of Morey-Saint-Denis with its 21.9 acres of vineyards, including the Clos des Lambrays grand cru as well as several premier cru sites. Al...

Dr Vino's wine blog 13 hours, 48 min ago

Going with the Grain: Bite and Booze Radio Show presented by Calandro's Supermarket

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Barrett Miller, Robbie Trahan, and Jay Ducote in Studio atTalk 107.3 FM in Baton RougeRecently I had the pleasure of welcoming Barrett Miller from Louisiana Cookin' Magazine and Robbie Trahan from Cajun Country Rice in studio to record an episode of the Bite and Booze Radio Show. Third generation owner, Robbie came on the show to talk about the Goi...

Bite and Booze 13 hours, 55 min ago

Win Tickets To #RiojaWeek Tapas Fest 2014 In NYC!

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Two words: Jamon Galleria. That’s just one of the culinary delights that you can experience at the upcoming Rioja Week Tapas Fest and Grand Tasting taking place at Weylin B. Seymour's in Brooklyn, NY on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at 1PM ET. The event will also feature a Casa de Tapas, a Paella and Vino […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and...

1 Wine Dude 16 hours, 55 min ago

Perfect, easy Easter lamb (and what to drink with it)

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There are two foods that are a must at Easter: chocolate and roast lamb. Taking inspiration from the former, Stewart Turner, our chef, has prepared this simple but impressive centre-piece of a roast – a real a show-stopper for Easter Sunday. This dish uses the saddle – a cut which is second only to the […]The post Perfect, easy Ea...

Berrys' Wine Blog 17 hours, 42 min ago

Santa Cruz Mountains Terroir from Expert Dr. Mark Greenspan ~ Part 2

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An old wives' tale is that you want warm days and cold nights. That came from, I believe, people who were growing wine in warm regions. They have to have a cool night if they have a warm day. But if they have a moderate day, they don’t need that cold night, because the heat that ripens the grapes also metabolizes acids, so they lose acidity. The p...

Wine Blog 18 hours, 54 min ago

When quality isn’t enough: the “lightbulb of recognition”

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  The standard meme for marketing wine is: Ours is better than theirs. In just about every wine advertisement you read, this quality argument is there, whether implicit or explicit. Producers claim that their wine is rounder, smoother, more mellow, more delicious, better balanced, cleaner, more fulfilling, more [fill in the adjective] than the...

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 21 hours, 44 min ago

2014 Apfelwein Weltweit - Apple Wine World Wide - in Frankfurt, Germany: Schiller's Favorites

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Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller, Michael Stoeckl and Andreas Schneider at 2014 Apfelwein WeltweitFrankfurt am Main is definitely the apple wine capital of Germany and some say of the whole world. Apple wine is a German variant of (hard) cider, which is made all over the world, in same regions sparkling, in others sweet. In Frankfurt, you are typic...

Schiller Wine 23 hours, 25 min ago

Gefilte Fish Is Scarce This Passover. Taste Buds Are Ambivalent.

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The weather has created a shortage of the appetizer equally loathed and loved by generations of Jews.

The Pour 1 day ago

Restaurant Takeaway: Chia-Seed Pudding for Breakfast: Tart, Sweet and Good for You

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This pudding from El Rey, a coffee bar on the Lower East Side, has the appeal of tapioca, but is easier to make and slightly more exciting.

The Pour 1 day ago

Cookbooks: Flavors of the South From One of Its Own

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“Down South,” by Donald Link, has recipes from the Texas Hill Country to the Mississippi Delta.

The Pour 1 day ago

Wines of The Times: Napa Cabernets From a Cold, Wet Year

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The best wines had earthy, mineral qualities not ordinarily associated with many Napa reds.

The Pour 1 day ago

Pairings: An Acidic Wine Calls for Duck and Rhubarb

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The rhubarb plays off rosy, meaty duck magret rimmed with creamy fat.

The Pour 1 day ago

Dishcrawl: Eating My Way Through the Perkins Road Overpass

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Last week I had the pleasure of attending Baton Rouge's very first Dishcrawl. What is it? Dishcrawl is a national company that provides walking food tours to give locals or visitors a taste of the neighborhood. During this Dishcrawl our Baton Rouge Ambassador, Whitney, lead us to three different locations in the Perkins Road Overpass area: City Por...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

Food. Curated.: Video: La Vara’s Churros

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Alex Raij, the co-chef and co-owner of La Vara in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, created what may be the holy grail of churros for her brunch menu.

The Pour 1 day ago

Santa Cruz Mountains Terroir from Expert Dr. Mark Greenspan ~ Part 1

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It doesn't get much better than sitting with someone trained in terroir and viticulture, and Dr. Mark Greenspan, of Advanced Viticulture, is as good as it gets. The post Santa Cruz Mountains Terroir from Expert Dr. Mark Greenspan ~ Part 1 appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Recipes for Health: Roasted Tomatillo-Poblano-Avocado Salsa

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A salsa with a balance of char, heat, acid and creamy, based on a recipe by Kim Sunée.

The Pour 1 day ago

Recipes for Health: Chilean Cabbage and Avocado Slaw

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This is a simple yet addictive mix of salted cabbage and puréed avocado.

The Pour 1 day ago

Recipes for Health: Suvir Saran’s Guacamole With Toasted Cumin

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A chunky guacamole that shows how Indian and Mexican flavors overlap.

The Pour 1 day ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For April 14, 2014

 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

Vermouth in Barcelona: The past and present of a delicious aperetivo culture

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What is vermouth? Well, let’s start with what vermouth is not. Vermouth is not only a supporting role to classic cocktails, nor is it the dry, bitter stuff that languished away in Mom and Dad’s liquor cabinet, only to be drunk in secret by soon-to-be rueful teens when left alone at home for the weekend. Yes Mom, your Martini Extra Dry met the same ...

Catavino 1 day ago

Koshu wine: a taste of Japan

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Jasper Morris MW, our Burgundy and New Zealand buyer, returned from a recent tour of Japanese wineries with taste-buds piqued and interest heightened. Here he reports on the best, foxiest and most idiosyncratic wines tasted. After a week of tasting and feasting in Tokyo with the wines of Burgundy, I spent a fascinating day in […]The post Kosh...

Berrys' Wine Blog 1 day ago

Visit to Carcassone, South of France

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This week we are in Carcassonne, a Medieval fortified city in the South of France tasting wines from the Languedoc region. We have a busy schedule of tastings, seminars, vineyard visits and dinners but will try to bring you a … Continue reading →

another wine blog 1 day ago

An education in wine

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[…]The post An education in wine appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 1 day ago

Post-Haas School thoughts

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  We did my annual tasting and seminar last week at the U.C. Berkeley Haas School of Business’s Wine Club, “we” being myself and Randy Ullum, K-J’s head winemaker. I’ve long been a fan of Randy. I included him in my 2008 book, “New Classic Winemakers of California,” which I organized by the decade when […]

5 Signs to Tell You’re Ready for a Serious Relationship

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You’re dating and you’re having the best time of your life. A surprise visit, a fancy night at a restaurant, or a talk over wine and candles – they all seem sweet, but what will you be ready when he’s ready to go serious with you? Most people who are recovering from a relationship will […]

A Good Appetite: Embracing Quinoa, the Superfood

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Quinoa has numerous admirable traits and also happens to be kosher for Passover. Add fried leeks and roasted carrots for a memorable salad.

The Pour 4 days ago

City Kitchen: Asparagus, Spanish-Style

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Revueltos, an egg and vegetable dish that makes excellent use of spring asparagus, is an easy supper or lunch dish.

The Pour 4 days ago

Floyd Cardoz Exits North End Grill

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The executive chef says he wants to open Indian restaurants in New York City and India.

The Pour 4 days ago

How much time did you say Millennials spend on the media? Really? Wow.

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  The most stunning finding from Ipsos Media’s new study on social media is that Millennials spend an average of 17.8 hours a day perusing (if that’s the right word) the media. Assuming they must sleep at some point, that means that nearly all of Millennials’ waking hours are spent looking at or listening to […]

Wine Your Cellar Will Love

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Passover wine suggestions. With Passover just around the corner, we thought we’d highlight a couple of wines to enjoy over the festivities. One of the newest and hottest-selling Israeli kosher wines to hit the U.S. market is the 2012 Pasco Project #1 ($25) made by the critically acclaimed winemaker, and our friend, Lewis Pasco.

Grapelines 4 days ago

The difference between marketing and PR

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Sales, marketing, and PR all seemed to be the same thing, because they all fell (and still do) under the same umbrella in the wine business The post The difference between marketing and PR appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Wine for the weekend: a red Burgundy at its apogee

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Fine Wine's Chris Pollington, paid-up Italophile and Burgundy lover, has been waxing lyrical about a Burgundian red he's recently enjoyed. So much so, that he has another bottle (or two) lined up for the weekend ahead. Pinot Noir is undoubtedly one of my favourite grape varieties, offering up the perfect combination of balance, weight, complexity [...

Berrys' Wine Blog 4 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: Gentle Spanish Hands

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Photographer: Albertina Torres Capture Date: October 4, 2012 Location: Caudete de las Fuentes (Valencia-Spain) About: For her Spanish Notebooks project, Albertina went into the houses in Utiel-Requena, where she's invited to share those special moments when food is being prepared. On that specific day, María was cutting some peppers, and the image ...

Catavino 4 days ago

Steven A. Shaw, 44, Founder of an Early Blog About Food, Dies

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Mr. Shaw’s open-forum websites became online hubs where chefs, serious home cooks, gourmands and people just looking for a new restaurant could meet and talk on end about food.

The Pour 5 days ago

What a Difference Four Years Made for Texas Wine

 Mark As Read    

What a Difference Four Years Made for Texas Wine – 1910 to 1914 While doing background research for my new book, Texas Hill Country Wineries, for Arcadia Publications, I came across two newspaper advertisements from the early 1900s. The first (shown above) is for a the Lone Star Saloon in Castroville, Texas, that offers "Wines,

VintageTexas 5 days ago

Hungry City: Parmys Persian Fusion in Manhattan

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Parmys Persian Fusion in the East Village offers the glory of rice brought nearly to a scorch.

The Pour 5 days ago

Wines for Passover and Easter

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Ten days 'til Easter and a week until Passover, it's time to start considering wines for both holiday traditions. Whether you opt for ham, lamb, or something completely different, pairing wine with favorite family recipes can be a snap - check out our Easter wine pairing pointers here....Read Full Post

About.com Wine 5 days ago

Three Dynamic Female Portuguese Winemakers

 Mark As Read    

Portugal might be on its knees economically, but the wine industry is going from strength to strength. Exports are growing quietly (between 5-10% per year over the last decade), and the country is beginning to escape the shackles of being seen only as a value producer. I'm not talking about Port, which has its own long-established market and follow...

Catavino 5 days ago

Hot Tails in New Roads: Dare to be Delicious

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I caught Chef Cody Carroll (left) pulling out a fresh batch of his famous boiled crawfish.Hot tails is tucked away in New Roads, Louisiana which is about 45 minutes outside of Baton Rouge, and it is worth every second of the drive! Louisiana Culinary Institute classmates, turned chefs, turned married couple are the creators of Hot Tails. This is a ...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

The internationalization of style is no friend of blind tasting

 Mark As Read    

  The embarrassment of mistaking a California Pinot Noir for Merlot, or a Merlot for a Zinfandel or Petite Sirah, or a Malbec for Cabernet Sauvignon, can be acute, for someone known as a wine critic. Surely a person of that stature should be able to tell the difference between major varieties! Well, not necessarily. […]

Delectable: the only wine app you need

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In my wine classes, people often ask me, "What's the best wine app?" I've been using wine apps since the early days of the app store and have generally found that they try to do too much ("a million logically possible food-wine pairings") or too little (only offer limited price comparisons). But now when I […] The post Delectable: the only wi...

Dr Vino's wine blog 5 days ago

Returning To Hades (Highlights From New Hampshire Wine Week 2014)

 Mark As Read    

Remember when I said I was heading to New Hampshire Wine Week (as a media guest)? That was back in February, and, yes, I am just now getting around to talking about it. I’d love to tell you that delay is due to me being stupid amounts of busy (which I am), but it’s not. […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start getting more out of e...

1 Wine Dude 5 days ago
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