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Off the Menu: Aska Gives Its New-Nordic Food a New Home

 Mark As Read    

Big plans from the chefs Fredrik Berselius and Joël Robuchon, and other restaurant news.

The Pour 1 hour, 27 min ago

Fresh Mango, Multiple Ways in a Single Dessert

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A summer dish at Indian Accent in Midtown pays tribute to a fruit that is central to Indian tradition.

The Pour 1 hour, 49 min ago

Restaurant Review: Freek’s Mill Spins Romance Near a Superfund Site

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A new restaurant by the Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn conjures up an agrarian ideal.

The Pour 2 hours, 48 min ago

Vote Naked (Naked Wines Winemaker Fantasy Finalists 2016)

 Mark As Read    

Pssst! Hey! Wanna vote Naked? I was recently a judge for a contest that Naked Wines is running, in which winemakers made video pitches describing what fantasy/dream wine they would create if they had an extra $100Gs laying around (for more info. on what Naked Wines is all about, check out the interview we did […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasti...

1 Wine Dude 6 hours, 44 min ago

Lessons learned from old tasting notes

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  Why I did 25,000 tasting notes before I ever even had a job reviewing wine remains a mystery to me to this day. I guess it was that overused word, “passion.” It’s not that I couldn’t help myself, as can happen with other less desirable addictions. I didn’t want to stop; I loved taking […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 11 hours, 35 min ago

Thinking About the Mountaintop ~ Justin Style ~ While My Guitar Gently Weeps

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Good, better, best: never let it rest, until the good is better and the better is best...

Wine Blog 11 hours, 44 min ago

Fathers Day & BBQ Pairings

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Whether you are gathering for Fathers day or not- a fun list of BBQ pairings for any upcoming events as the weather is getting warmer and the dance cards are filling up! –Jaci Brisket and Braised | Truant Four Bikers Zinfandel As (Paso Robles, Califonia) — Reg $25.99 | Mixed Case 20% $20.79 — Complement that […]

Portalis Wine 20 hours, 11 min ago

Making Mochi, a Japanese Treat That’s All About Texture

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A Brooklyn pastry chef has mastered the age-old art. You can, too.

The Pour 1 day ago

Portuguese Dessert Recipe: Pão-de-Ló

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There are several ways to learn about a country and its people. While some choose to expand their knowledge through books, others decide to visit in person. I was zealous and did both before and since moving to Portugal, but I believe the base of this country rests in its […]

Catavino 1 day ago

What to Cook: 10 Great Monday Reverie Recipes

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Contemplate your recipe choices over coffee, and then take a gander at some beautiful paintings by J.M.W. Turner.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: Ah, a Cocktail at the Ritz’s Bar Hemingway in Paris

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A renovation has given the hotel three bars instead of two. All are compelling.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: Sausages With Provolone and Pickled Peppers for the Fourth

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From Pig Beach on the Gowanus, links to take home and grill.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: A Nordic Food Hall in Grand Central Terminal

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Pastries, smorrebrod open-faced sandwiches, granola, coffee and, after 4 p.m., beer

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: Made to Order for an Authentic Scampi

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Try langoustine tails with good olive oil, garlic, parsley and a splash of wine.

The Pour 1 day ago

Front Burner: A Plastic Glass to Enjoy Drinking From

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Wine, beer and rocks glasses, and a cordial, that are thoughtfully designed.

The Pour 1 day ago

Summer Wine Destinations

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As you kick-off the summer season, it's time for a refreshing getaway. The weather is heating up as the sun comes out to play, and what better way to beat the heat than a rejuvenating wine country getaway? Summer's wine county itinerary presents us with spectacular wineries and regions across the country. Full of breathtaking

Ken's Wine Guide 1 day ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For June 27, 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 1 day ago

Popular in pink: how to make rosé

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Interesting wines, still and sparkling, have led to a resurgence of rosé on wine lists. In an extract from our Wine School's introductory book, Exploring & Tasting Wine, Anne McHale MW looks at how rosé is made. Pink wine has become much more popular in recent years. Gone are the days when the sole association […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 1 day ago

Introducing the robot wine critic

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  In the next five years, when you call customer service or technical support for help with your checking account, internet connection or credit card, you’re likely to speak—not to a real human being—but to a robot. “Hello,” it might say, in its weird, Stephen Hawking-like drone, “my name is Robbie, and I'm here to […]

The Cesari Vineyard of Verona

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As I've written about Portugal, To Understand a Wine, Once Must First Understand its People. Now, it's my time to learn about Verona, Italy: The customs of its people, its foods and wines, art and music, it's landscapes, and its history. This is all for the purpose of understanding Cesari wines and what makes the […]

Wine Blog 1 day ago

Nicolas Renard (Loire)

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Nicolas Renard in his facility/cellar in the rock Amboise, Loire valley Nicolas Renard is one of these top vintners who one day vanished and went off the map in spite of their having a cult following for their wines. B....

Jack Daniel’s Embraces a Hidden Ingredient: Help From a Slave

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On its 150th anniversary, the Tennessee whiskey distillery concedes that its official history didn’t tell the whole story of its origins.

The Pour 2 days ago

2011 B Side Red Blend, Napa Valley 750 mL Wine

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The 2011 vintage was challenging for growers. It was an unusually cool year with a late frost that affected many vineyards, reducing yields and delaying harvest. The weather remained unseasonably cool through much of the growing season, and was devoid of any real grape ripening heat spikes until well into September. Rain and lower temperature [R...

Wine Blog Pro 3 days ago

A Good Appetite: The Trick to Keeping Berry Cake Beautiful

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Using a tart pan, not a cake pan, keeps the strawberries and blueberries from sinking and the baker from despairing.

The Pour 4 days ago

10 of Our Favorite Deep Fried Dishes

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by Intern Drew BroussardIt should come as no surprise that we have a deep, oily, sizzling passion for fried foods. Heck, Jay is hosting his own show about just that on Travel Channel! With Deep Fried America set to premier tomorrow, we found ourselves reflecting on our favorite fried treats we’ve eaten over the past few years. But then we realized,...

Bite and Booze 4 days ago

City Kitchen: A Cinnamon-Scented Soup to Break the Ramadan Fast

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Harira, a soup with lentils, chickpeas and favas, is a staple of Ramadan in Morocco, but that doesn’t keep cooks from making it all year long.

The Pour 4 days ago

What to Cook: Recipes to Cook This Weekend

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Join in a discussion about food and racial identity, and then cook some grilled chicken parm.

The Pour 4 days ago

Summer serves: Cleopatra

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In our final cocktail recipe for the season, we present an elegant sweet-sour concoction made with the most serious (and extremely fashionable) soft drink on the market “ Seedlip. No longer does a night off the hard stuff mean water or lemonade. The sober-faced gap in the market has been filled by the first non-alcoholic […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 4 days ago

Microflora as terroir influence?

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  Former colleague Harvey Steiman at Wine Spectator has a nice piece on terroir in his latest blog. It actually breaks some new ground to the usual, predictably tedious conversations the wine media entertains itself with on this complicated topic. Yes, indeed, “climate, elevation, the tilt of the slope or exposure to the sun”—the usual […...

Wine of the Week ~ 2015 biokult Zweigelt Rosé of the Niederösterreich

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Einstein's brain, upon examination, revealed that he had an extra-ordinary connection network. For each memory, his patterns were like looking at the interconnections of a busy railroad yard. To really begin to gain info about wines, reading their unique stories, where they're from, who made them and why, tasting them… These are the interconn...

Wine Blog 4 days ago

Dateline/Walland, Tenn.: A Fresh Take on ‘Put an Egg on It’

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At Blackberry Farm, smoked chicken broth is embellished with grits, cracklings, peanuts and yes, an egg.

The Pour 5 days ago

Eat: The Secret to a Great Chicken Parm: Grill It

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This update to the Italian-American classic will render a more complex version that is sweet, salty and smoke-scented all at once.

The Pour 5 days ago

Hungry City: The Crabby Shack, a Shrine to the Crustacean

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Crab scuttles all over the menu at a former church in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.

The Pour 5 days ago

Pass notes: the most important Italian grapes (part one)

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As we turn our focus to the fine wines of Italy, Chris Pollington compiles crib notes to a short-list of the country's many hundred indigenous grapes “ more than anywhere else in the world. Wine has been made in what is now Italy for at least three millennia, with invaders from all directions bringing their […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 5 days ago

Happy birthday to a very special winery

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  When Robert Mondavi first walked the ground where his winery now stands, in early 1966, he was struck by something profound, a sense that in retrospect sounds mystical. “I knew this was a very special place,” he wrote in his memoir, “Harvests of Joy.” “It exuded an indefinable quality I could not describe…of calm […]

Consider Hyposmia ~ the aging palate

 Mark As Read    

Probably not too many people in this lifetime want to admit that their palates are on the wane. No awards are given for fessing up, and it will definitely work in one's disfavor, but I've always been one for telling it like it is, not like it isn't… I've got to thank Dan Berger for […]

Wine Blog 5 days ago

Beers with Chuck: Urban South Summerfest

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by Chuck PUrban South Brewery in New Orleans is new to the ever-growing Louisiana craft beer family, but they’re quickly making an impression with their delicious brews. A few weeks ago, I drove down to the brewery to meet Jay for some tunes and beers at their first annual Summerfest.Despite the torrential downpour, when we arrived Summerfest was o...

Bite and Booze 6 days ago

Using customer data to create your marketing plan

 Mark As Read    

It can be tough to build a marketing plan for your winery. What promotions will bring the most sales? What kind of photography should you use? Should you focus on lifestyle content, or terroir and winemaking details? Luckily, your customers can help you answer many of these questions. By taking a look at your most profitable customers, your social...

Vin 65 6 days ago

Hey, Wine Ladies! Take The Power Back!

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How many of you caught the recent diatribes by both Guy Woodward (of Harpers) and Monika Elling (of Foundations Marketing Group in New York City) regarding the under-representation of women in the wine biz? This quote from Elling summarizes the view pretty succinctly: "I've been in the business some time and experienced it from several […] G...

1 Wine Dude 6 days ago

How Adventurous of a Spanish Foodie are You? Take the Quiz!

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When daydreaming of white sandy beaches, of sultry Flamengo dancers and rolling Spanish vineyards, do you also conjure up images of braised cow's tongue or hairy pig's ear when visiting Spain? No? Maybe you should, because if there's one thing that Spain does unprecedentedly well it's to use the entire, and we do mean […]...

Catavino 6 days ago

A tasting of Oregon Pinot Noirs

 Mark As Read    

  I couldn’t be more pleased with my tasting yesterday, but I don’t give the credit to myself; I give it to the wines. The idea was to taste some of our Oregon Pinot Noirs to a select group of people in Marin County. In many respects, this was the best tasting I ever went […]

One of 80 and darned happy to be #IAMarone

 Mark As Read    

Do I love adventure? I have wings on my feet, if you don't know. And I'm a storyteller, which you may also not know… So, this Email arrived. Hi Jo, Cesari Vineyard of Verona, one of the finest Vineyards of the Valpolicella region is celebrating 80 years of producing some of Italy's greatest wines this […]

Wine Blog 6 days ago

Off the Menu: Brooklyn Winery Opens Its Own Restaurant, BKW

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Also, a French cafe for the International Center of Photography Museum, a new MamaSushi in Washington Heights, and more.

The Pour 7 days ago

Paying Tribute to Porchetta, the Ancient Italian Pig Roast

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An Umbrian dish combines tender meat, lush fat and crunchy cracklings in a single bite.

The Pour 7 days ago

Restaurant Review: Grünauer Bistro Waltzes to a Time-Honored Tune

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A new Austrian restaurant on the Upper East Side could have come straight from Yorkville’s past.

The Pour 7 days ago

Baghdad Journal: Falluja Restaurant Is Reborn in Baghdad, Offering Nostalgia With Its Kebab

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Long before it became a haven for jihadists, the city of Falluja was known as the home of the Haji Hussein restaurant, where locals, soldiers, tourists and businessmen all ate.

The Pour 7 days ago

On the table: Primeur

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This month food writer Victoria Stewart heads north to Primeur; already established as a local favourite, this Canonbury spot doles out delicious sharing plates with unpretentious appeal. It's a wonderful thing to walk into a restaurant and have the atmosphere hit you in the face like a blast of warm air. Which is what happened […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 7 days ago

In the morphing of time, what once was, becomes what is new again

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[Artwork by John Tewey, Portland Maine Rotary Club] People in Maine sent me off with the tribute to the right. By December 29, 1992, I was on a plane with husband, kids, pets, and all of my earthly belongings… With thoughts of, "Would I ever have such appreciation and understanding again?" Now, when the grape […]

Wine Blog 7 days ago

A comment on marketing, after receiving the latest Bordeaux hype from a press release

 Mark As Read    

  You know, I understanding marketing. When a winery or wine region touts itself as the “best ever,” or “greatest vintage,” or simply uses self-reverential language that makes it sound like it’s sitting at the right hand of God, it’s merely putting its best foot forward in a formal situation—as most of us do. Say […]

A Rush of Americans, Seeking Gold in Cuban Soil

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Two camps jockey to shape the future of food in an oasis of organic agriculture.

The Pour 7 days ago
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