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What to Cook: The Best Fried Chicken and Other Recipes

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After you’re done frying, consider food as a political subject.

The Pour 2 hours, 3 min ago

The Same Healthy Food, but It’s Cheaper Across Town

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In South Los Angeles, the price of a meal at Everytable restaurant will be about half as much as it is at a second location downtown.

The Pour 4 hours, 13 min ago

What are California’s greatest vineyards?

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  What are California’s grand cru vineyards? Somebody at work asked me this question, for a project they’re working on, so it got me to thinking. Some years ago, I wrote an article for Wine Enthusiast (which I no longer have available, alas) on California’s five greatest vineyards. Before I could make that determination, I […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 10 hours, 3 min ago

A Lesson in Old World and New World Wines

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Some believe that winemakers have a sense of their wines and sommeliers have a sense of their place. Let's explore that through wines that I tasted side by side with a group of wine pros with Old World and New World comparatives. Old World ~ Primitivo 2008 Primitivo Rosso IGT Puglia ~ With the high […]

Wine Blog 10 hours, 12 min ago

Wild Swing in Prices at Four Seasons Auction

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Collectors bid on an Emil Antonucci sign depicting the restaurant’s arboreal logo and midcentury treasures from the birthplace of the power lunch.

The Pour 12 hours, 47 min ago

Boîte: The Starliner Serves Stiff Drinks and Big Booths in Bushwick

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Tucked under the elevated M line, the bar evokes the ballroom of a midcentury cruise liner.

The Pour 20 hours, 36 min ago

A French Chef Is Making Sure Leftovers Don’t Get Left Behind

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Antoine Westermann’s Le Coq Rico, with branches in Paris and New York, has embraced and elevated the doggie bag, adding alluring recipes.

The Pour 22 hours, 0 min ago

When Will Food Issues Be on Politicians Plates?

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In the Democratic and Republican platforms, there’s been no battle cry over what we eat. But maybe it’s just a matter of time.

The Pour 22 hours, 38 min ago

Off the Menu: Floyd Cardoz Returns to Indian Cooking at Paowalla

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A new home for the former Tabla chef, a spot for Korean small plates, and other restaurant news.

The Pour 23 hours, 43 min ago

Restaurant Review: Pasquale Jones Brings a Little Novelty to Little Italy

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A new restaurant from the Charlie Bird team dabbles in pizzas and pastas, and specializes in wine.

The Pour 1 day ago

There’s gold in that furrow!

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Driving up a dusty dirt road, at the edge of a vineyard in Lodi, you could see the history in the vines. As These gnarled old beasts were baking in the late spring heat, and you could just feel the struggle as they worked to survive the turbulent weather. This was Rauser Vineyard, planted with old vine Carignane and Zinfandel. As Our The post There...

Luscious Lushes 1 day ago

Will the CIA get COPIA right? And, how do those Google search rankings work, anyway?

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  I’m glad they’ve finally figured out what to do with the old COPIA building, after all these years. And what is that, you ask? The facility will become “a satellite of the Greystone campus” of the Culinary Institute of America, which itself is in St. Helena, according to Eater. I wonder if it will […]

Yogurt Plant’s Closing Prompts Questions on Cuomo’s Economic Growth Plans

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The Müller Quaker Dairy plant in Batavia, N.Y., closed less than three years after opening despite receiving major tax credits from the state’s Excelsior Jobs Program.

The Pour 1 day ago

Historical Wine Grape Variety: Mission

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The following was a final project that I wrote for my Enology class at Santa Rosa Junior College, taught by Pat Henderson, winemaker for Valley of the Moon. It was regarding the Mission Grape's role in California Wine Viticultural history. After my presentation, which included a tasting of a light but flavorful Malvadino Mission wine, […]...

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Protected: Guideline for a meeting with wine media

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There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Eataly Expands in Manhattan to World Trade Center

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A juice bar, a breakfast spot and a profusion of Italian foods like cured meat, cheese, pasta and gelato will be found downtown.

The Pour 2 days ago

Jay D's Bites: Smoked CreoleTomato Soup

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by Blair LoupThis is not a drill! Chef Aimee Tortorich has concocted the most delicious tomato soup to have ever graced my taste buds. Still processing the loss of the spicy tomato soup at Chelsea's, I have finally found a stand in.It's spicy, it's smokey and it's everything your grilled cheese sandwich is looking for. If you've got some wood chips...

Bite and Booze 2 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For July 25, 2016

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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 2 days ago

Front Burner: African Food Festival Arrives at the Brooklyn Navy Yard

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Chef demonstrations, vendors, a coffee ceremony, brunches and dinners and even a hookah lounge.

The Pour 2 days ago

Front Burner: Sprinkles That Go Beyond the Rainbow

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For your cakes or cupcakes, some are silvery, some crystal sugar and some say, “I like you.”

The Pour 2 days ago

Front Burner: A Silicone-Covered French Rolling Pin for Delicate Doughs

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It is seamless and the ends are sealed, so nothing will get stuck.

The Pour 2 days ago

Thinking about history, while it’s being made all around us

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  In these dog days of summer, with dangerous wildfires burning up and down the coast, and the country in a state of political hallucination, I retreat into the pleasanter realms of wine history, where everything is neat, tidy and comprehensible. Well, almost. Dan Berger’s recent column on Santa Barbara wine history ignores one of […]

PR 101 – The Art and Costs of Being on “The List”

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Who's on "The List" at any wine event? First, it's the primary influencers. They're invited and the hosts are happy to have them. They'll attend, and today's social media responses don't even have to wait for a paper to be printed (dinosaur), or a blog story to be written (so yesterday). Today, it's Instagram and […]...

Wine Blog 2 days ago

2013 Textbook Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 750 Ml

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Rainfall returned with a vengeance in 2011, including a wet winter and storms into June, delaying flowering. A cool summer pushed ripening back, and led the most diligent of growers to trim canopies and yields as a precaution. Shatter, combined with aggressive crop management, led to one of the smallest harvests in years. In the […]

Wine Blog Pro 2 days ago

Angel Food Cake, an Airy Bed for Summer Fruit

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There’s a trick to making this light, versatile classic.

The Pour 4 days ago

Make Vibrant Mezze the Whole Meal

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These Middle Eastern and Mediterranean small plates are a brilliant solution for summertime dining.

The Pour 5 days ago

Wine of the Week ~ 2014 Laughinghouse Petite Sirah

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The Wine ~ Laughinghouse Petite Why I'm writing about this one is that it's an "American Dream" wine. The dream was there to create a brand and now it's being actualized. I love wine negotiates. They get to dabble with what others have brought forth as they go on a buying trip to make that […]

Wine Blog 5 days ago

Judit & József Bodó, Tokaj (Hungary)

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Judit Bodó in her cask cellar Tokaj, Hungary The Tokaj region may be felt like an established wine region from abroad due to its documented tradition in the past centuries but oddly it's also a very dynamic region in terms...

Wines of The Times: Searching for Soul Among Douro Reds

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The wine panel sought and found some distinctive wines, but glossy modern winemaking too often took the spotlight.

The Pour 6 days ago

Hungry City: At Dawa’s in Queens, a Fusion of Earth and Sky

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At this Tibetan and American cafe, the thrill is the hidden tracks on the flip side of the menu.

The Pour 6 days ago

Drink: How Sex, Animals and Obama End Up in Drink Names

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Christening cocktails can be as bold an art as creating them.

The Pour 6 days ago

Eat: A Clam Fritter That Brings the Bahamas to Your Home

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Peppery heat and a zip of lime add an island flair to the familiar.

The Pour 6 days ago

Tasting mountain wines with a valley appellation

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  Gus and I headed up to the Alexander Valley yesterday for a tasting. It was chilly and foggy in Oakland when we left early, and the ride could have been worse: only 1-3/4 hours. We drove up the 101 to Alexander Valley Road, turned east through some awfully pretty wine country, and then—before reaching […]

Es Rosé, José… un Estelado de Chilé!

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That's what I've been saying all spring into summer, "It's Rosé, José," and this time it was an Estelado from Miguel Torres de Chilé! Olé! A list of what's been pouring in, in an unprecedented amount… 2015 Masi Rosa dei Masi Rosato Delle Venezie 2015 The Seeker Rosé Côtes de Provence 2015 Alta Vista Rosé […]...

Wine Blog 6 days ago

Introducing Free Winery Websites From Vin65

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We love the wine industry and we love focusing on how to help all wineries sell more wine. So we're excited to announce our newest product offering: free content websites. Free content websites are the perfect solution for wineries that want to establish an online presence, but aren’t ready for ecommerce. The offering includes pages, pho...

Vin 65 7 days ago

Jay D's Bites: Barbecue Bloody Mary

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by Blair LoupI fell in love with Blood Marys at an early age. I wasn't drinking them, but I was helping my dad make the mix. It amazed me at how we could take hum drum bottle of V8 and build this monument of complex flavors. To this day, the taste of a Blood Mary takes me back to simpler times, but just like everything else, our Bloody Marys have c...

Bite and Booze 7 days ago

(Bubble) Wrap That Rascal! (July 2016 Wine Product Roundup)

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Given that, at the time this publishes, I will be on the road (yeah… again…), this seemed like an apt time to dive into the non-liquid portion of the sample pool, and offer up the July 2016 incarnation of the Wine Product Roundup. This month, there are no drinking vessels in the lineup, but the […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting ...

1 Wine Dude 7 days ago

Can you “train” a palate?

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  I picked up an older issue of Bon Appetit in which the “Starters” column (a sort of “Ask Bon Appetit anything you want” feature) has the following question from a reader: Dear BA, I often hear chefs on cooking shows…talking about a person’s palate…What exactly does that mean, and can I train my own […]

Bordeaux ~ Banking on Iconic Wineries ~ partie quatorze

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[Image: As© CIVB, 2012. Design: Siksik – Cartography. Édition Benoít France] As I look at this map to the right, I realize how much father I have to go to understand Bordeaux. I've written about the Left and Right banks; as we look at this map, we have much more to learn. Left Bank North-West […]

Wine Blog 7 days ago

Vintage Adventures

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Shuffling through the wine shop- restocking, straightening, and above all, we check vintages. So- it may seem basic, but here we go: What's in a vintage? The vintage on the bottle is the year that it was in the vineyard. That eventual fermented juice could spend a few years in a barrel, but the vintage […]

Portalis Wine 7 days ago

When Community-Supported Agriculture Is Not What It Seems

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As demand for local and organic produce has ballooned in the last five years, so have other ideas for connecting farmers to customers.

The Pour 7 days ago

2012 Alta Napa Valley Chardonnay 750 mL Wine

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The 2012 Alta Winery Chardonnay has a compelling nose of lemon blossoms, bananas, and pineapples layered above clove and allspice and the perfume of toasted oak. In the mouth, the oak integrates seamlessly with tropical fruit and pineapple flavors, while the acidity brightens the fruit as it stretches out across the palate. This wine has […]

Wine Blog Pro 7 days ago

Critic's Notebook: At In Situ in San Francisco, Originality in Careful Copies

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Corey Lee’s new restaurant regards chefs as practitioners of high culture and iconic dishes as works of art, like literature, music or painting.

The Pour 7 days ago

Where to Eat in Rio de Janeiro

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Seven restaurants that showcase the flavors and culinary traditions of Brazil.

The Pour 7 days ago

Off the Menu: Pondicheri Brings Indian Food From Houston to NoMad

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A Texas transplant, a Whole Foods for Williamsburg and more food news.

The Pour 7 days ago

What to expect when you pay hundreds of dollars for dinner—and why you do it

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  How much money is too much money for a multi-course dinner at one of the San Francisco Bay Area’s top restaurants? That’s what the San Francisco Chronicle’s longtime restaurant critic, Michael Bauer, asked this past Sunday in this article, in which he takes to task Bay Area restaurants that raise their prices to astronomical […]

Sage Advice on Writing From an Unlikely Source ~ PR 101

 Mark As Read    

The sage advice is the very last "Dear Jo:" at the end of this blog post. If you follow from the top, you'll see how I make decisions on what I have time for, when it comes to helping people with their brands on this blog. It's not so much the brands I enjoy, it's […]

Wine Blog 8 days ago

At Age 75, the Moscow Mule Gets Its Kick Back

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The cocktail in the copper mug is enjoying a revival, with help from the vodka industry.

The Pour 8 days ago

Shaun Hergatt’s Next Restaurant: Elevated and Exclusive

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The former chef of Juni will open a private restaurant for the residents of a new 96-story tower on Park Avenue.

The Pour 8 days ago

When Is Peach Season? It’s a Bit Fuzzy

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Rules are meant to be broken, and the latest is an old adage on when to eat a peach.

The Pour 9 days ago
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