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Bookshelf: Nathan’s Famous, a Hot Dog Empire Built on Hard Work and Hype

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Two books, published to coincide with the centennial of Nathan’s Famous by members of his family’s third generation, largely debunk a stubborn if serviceable legend.

The Pour 23 hours, 43 min ago

Night Out: Keegan-Michael Key and Mike Birbiglia Take Pizza and Obama Imitations Seriously

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The comedians and stars of the new film “Don’t Think Twice” take in some improv ... then some calories.

The Pour 1 day 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 1 day 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 1 day ago

What to Cook: What to Cook This Weekend

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Celebrate Edward Hopper’s birthday with some peach recipes.

The Pour 1 day 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 1 day 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 2 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 2 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 2 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 2 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 2 days ago

Boîte: Jia, Just a Bit Quieter on the Lower East Side

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The bottle-service bar is the latest attempt by the Hotel on Rivington to draw a discerning crowd.

The Pour 2 days ago

Noted: Spiking Coffee Gives New York Bars a Fresh Buzz

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Cafes like Kobrick’s are adding liquor to their coffees, while bars like Fair Weather Bushwick are infusing their cocktails with caffeine.

The Pour 3 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 3 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 3 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 3 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 3 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 3 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 3 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 3 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 3 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 4 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 4 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

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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 4 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 5 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 5 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 5 days ago

Front Burner: A Four Seasons Restaurant Memory You Can Take Home With You

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No need to steal an ashtray when you can buy one at auction.

The Pour 5 days ago

Front Burner: 4 Small-Batch Gins, One for Each Season of the Year

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Not in the dry London style; rather, floral, spicy, earthy or a little sweet.

The Pour 5 days ago

Front Burner: Pies in Prospect Heights

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Trading corporate marketing for pies, the baker Meghan Daly serves more than a dozen varieties at her new shop.

The Pour 5 days ago

Front Burner: Black Currant and Blueberry Juice From Red Jacket Orchards

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For mixing with iced tea, adding to sparkling wine or offering to a teetotaler.

The Pour 5 days ago

Front Burner: Ground Ibérico Pork Sliders to Sizzle at Home

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Fry them in a heavy skillet, then use the residual fat to cook potatoes.

The Pour 5 days ago

Advertising: Organic Valley Traces Milk Back From Table to Farm

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Catering to people who want to know about where their food comes from, the group is telling its farmers’ stories and inviting consumers to tour member farms.

The Pour 5 days ago

Tailgate on 12th: Jay Ducote's Tailgate-Inspired James Beard Menu is Heading to the Big Apple

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by Blair LoupIt's happening! Team Bite and Booze has officially hit the pavement in the wee morning hours and are on our way to the Big Apple to serve up a tailgating-inspired menu at the James Beard House.It's taken several months of planning and practicing, but after our preview dinner hosted by the Louisiana Culinary Institute last Friday, I am ...

Bite and Booze 5 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For July 18, 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 5 days ago

Recipe: Portuguese Pasteis de Bacalhau

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It’s said that the Portuguese have enough bacalhau (dried salted cod) recipes to create a different dish for every day of the year! Though possibly a touch farfetched, it has heaps of tasty culinary applications. In Portugal, fresh cod is tough to come by, but bacalhau is ubiquitous! That said, it must be prepared in […]

Catavino 5 days ago

Older wine in restaurants? Not worth the risk

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  Somm Journal executive editor David Gadd asks the pertinent question of what to do when you let a sommelier hand-sell you a glass of older wine, and when you taste it, it’s over the hill. I say the question is pertinent, because we see this happening with greater frequency nowadays, what with these older […]

Verona ~ Who Are You, Anyway? ~ seconda parte #IAMarone

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[The map of Italy, with the Vento region highlighted, is borrowed from the Italylogue.com Website.] My husband said to me, "You don't know what Amarone wine is?" like I really should know. "No," I answered, "I don't have a clue." With the last 25 years of my life devoted to learning about and working with […]...

Wine Blog 5 days ago

Escape to Kelowna, Okanagan Valley, BC

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Charismatic Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau isn't the only thing drawing United States' visitors across the border. As we count down to Cleveland and the start of the Republican National Convention, both Democrats and Republicans alike are making the same inquiry: Just … Continue reading →

another wine blog 5 days ago

Bitter Pleasures

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It really irritates me. Standing in line at the coffee bar when all I want is an espresso. In front of me there is long line of people ordering incomprehensibly complex drinks, of which the least important component is coffee. I think there should be an express line for those of us ordering a simple expresso. It's a bitter fact that we espresso lov...

Wine Camp Blog 5 days ago

The Last Dinner at the Four Seasons

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An American fine dining institution in the Seagram Building moves out after 57 years.

The Pour 6 days ago

Champagne in the early 20th century

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I found recently this great document showing in detail how Champagne was made in the early 20th century. This issue of Le Monde et la Science subscription magazine (it was to be an Encyclopedia at the end when you collected...

April Bloomfield Won’t Open Restaurant in Financial District

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An ambitious deal for a four-story spread in 70 Pine Street has been called off.

The Pour 7 days ago

After 75 Years, the Cheese Stands Alone

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After changing times led an Italian immigrant to shut down his grocery store, his relatives passed down a wheel of Romano as they moved around the New York area.

The Pour 8 days ago

Dateline/London: A Chicken Feast That Says ‘Sunday’

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At the Connaught hotel in London, Hélène Darroze deploys her poultry five ways.

The Pour 8 days ago

Sitting Fat and Happy: A Trip to Fat Cow

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by Drew BroussardAfter a crazy weekend including preview dinners for the James Beard House and viewing parties for Deep Fried America, team Bite and Booze decided that it was high time to for a "treat yo self" lunch filled with one of our favorite foods: burgers!Following a little bit of deliberation, we decided that we would take our hungry stomac...

Bite and Booze 9 days ago
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