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The Movement to Define Native American Cuisine

 Mark As Read    

A veteran chef forages, researches and cooks as part of a larger movement to revitalize indigenous food traditions.

The Pour 9 days ago

Restaurant Review: Gramercy Tavern: A Classic Still on the Move

 Mark As Read    

At 22, the restaurant is safely reassuring, but acts of imagination keep it vital.

The Pour 9 days ago

Wine in barbershops?

 Mark As Read    

  That’s what the Washington Times is reporting. Seems my great state of California is considering allowing—not just barbershops—but beauty parlors too, a total of 42,000 shops in all, to serve wine and beer on their premises. The proposal is in the form of a bill, AB 1322, that would expand California’s current alcohol laws […]

Measuring the immeasurable is shocking ~ Enolytics

 Mark As Read    

I just received this Email newsletter from my friend Cathy Huyghe of Enolytics.com. I asked permission to share, and Cathy said, "Yes." This week I'd like to bring your attention to a surprising pattern. We noticed it as we've been working toAs integrate fresh big data sources about wine consumers in the on-premise and mobile environments. […...

Wine Blog 9 days ago

Michel Richard, Acclaimed Chef at Citronelle, Dies at 68

 Mark As Read    

Mr. Richard, a pastry chef by training, brought a playful, French twist to his food, and headed some of the United States’ most beloved restaurants.

The Pour 9 days ago

Valtice Journal: How Czech Wine Got Its Terroir Back

 Mark As Read    

Centuries of winemaking expertise, almost lost under Communist rule, are once again making the Valtice region of South Moravia a destination for wine connoisseurs.

The Pour 10 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For August 15, 2016

 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 10 days ago

Finding India in a Sweet Corner of Houston

 Mark As Read    

The holiday Raksha Bandhan makes for brisk business at Raja Sweets, a prominent Indian bakery in town.

The Pour 10 days ago

Sacto, Are you ready? It’s The Sur Vs. Steve Show!

 Mark As Read    

  Off to Sacramento early this morning for a trade tasting the organizers are billing as “The Critic Vs. the Somm.” It’s kind of a M.M.A. smackdown beween Master Sommelier Sur Lucero and myself—or, at least, that’s what it’s purported to be. They expect a big turnout, I’m told. We’ll taste through a half-dozen or […]

Cesari Amarone della Valpolicella ~ #IAMarone

 Mark As Read    

[This map of Italy, with the Vento region highlighted, is borrowed from the Italylogue.com Website.] The Veneto region is where Amarone wines originated. My journey has just begun with Amarone wines, and it's a love to last a lifetime. It began with Cesari Vineyards contacting me for a promotion they are having. This winery is […]

Wine Blog 10 days ago

Prototype: Is That Real Tuna in Your Sushi? Now, a Way to Track That Fish

 Mark As Read    

Seafood-tracking software lets customers be more sure of what they’re eating and helps small fish sellers compete by cutting down on cumbersome paperwork.

The Pour 12 days ago

Food Delivered to Your Beach Towel

 Mark As Read    

Two defectors from the Manhattan food industry created the iPhone app Combrr to let sunbathers skip the long lines at a Queens concession stand.

The Pour 13 days ago

The Depressing Food of the Depression, in ‘A Square Meal’

 Mark As Read    

In a new book, a Brooklyn couple explore the practical but hard-to-love cuisine of the 1930s.

The Pour 13 days ago

City Kitchen: The Key to a Superior Salad

 Mark As Read    

A salad is only as good as its raw ingredients. Here’s what to look for at the market.

The Pour 13 days ago

A Good Appetite: Pushing Chicken to Its Garlicky Limit

 Mark As Read    

Marinate boneless chicken thighs with loads of garlic, lemon and herbs for a quick weeknight meal.

The Pour 13 days ago

Why would restaurateurs or wine merchants want to hear the thoughts of an aging critic?

 Mark As Read    

  You’d think they wouldn’t give a hoot. Wouldn’t they rather hear about the toast level of barrels, the composition of the soil, the angle of the slope with respect to the rising and setting of the sun, the type of crusher-destemmer, and the all-important details of pH and acidity? Well, actually, no. On these […]

Wines of the Week ~ Concha y Toro Gran Reserva Series

 Mark As Read    

[Image from the Concha y Toro collection] From Concha y Toro's Fine Wine Collection; the top of this line ~ The Gran Reserva Serie Riberas. The winemaker for this series is Mario Miranda, who has a degree in Agricultural Engineering with a mention in Enology from the Universidad de Talca. A true global winemakers, Mario's […]

Wine Blog 13 days ago

The Pour: In Sicily, Making a Name for Vittoria

 Mark As Read    

Organically produced reds from southeast Sicily can be every bit as beautiful as the fashionable wines of Mount Etna.

The Pour 14 days ago

Hungry City: At Bohemian Spirit, the Meals of Czech Memory

 Mark As Read    

In Yorkville, beer-hall food is on the menu in a lofty room with herringbone floors from grander days.

The Pour 14 days ago

Acre: Humble, Southern and Inspired

 Mark As Read    

by Aimee TortorichAfter an epic road trip to New York cooking at the James Beard House & Chefs and Champagne and eating at some of the best restaurants in NYC, Team Bite and Booze had one more important stop to make. Jay had been talking about having dinner at Acre in Auburn, Alabama for over a week. I didn’t think it would live up to the amazi...

Bite and Booze 14 days ago

‘Sausage Party’ Is an Animated Sex Comedy About Food ... and God

 Mark As Read    

In this free-spirited romp through the supermarket, potty-mouthed foodstuffs give voice to matters both humorous and spiritual.

The Pour 14 days ago

Southern California beach towns love their wine

 Mark As Read    

  A personal value to me is to blog five days a week, a goal I’ve mostly achieved since 2008. However! Not every day is it possible, especially when I’m on the road, and my hosts keep me to a tight schedule that usually starts early in the morning and can last until nighttime. So […]

Nine Years of Wine, Travel and Friends

 Mark As Read    

There is a common myth that it takes 21 days to establish a new habit. Scientific observation and research indicate it takes quite a bit longer — an average of 66 days. But how long does it take to break … Continue reading →

another wine blog 14 days ago

A Brief Visit To Long Island Wine Country

 Mark As Read    

Back on July 30th, I had the opportunity to visit three wineries on Long Island before attending a family 50th birthday bash that evening. Getting back to the island was a treat and I wish I had a whole weekend instead of just 3 hours to cover some wines. There are fifty sixAs wineries to choose

Ken's Wine Guide 14 days ago

A Start-Up Turns to Saffron to Help Afghanistan Regrow

 Mark As Read    

Rumi Spice, started by Army veterans, is part of efforts to help develop Afghanistan’s resource economy.

The Pour 14 days ago

3 Easy Ways to Build your Email Lists

 Mark As Read    

Email marketing is an important part of increasing customer engagement. In fact, it’s one tactic that contributes to the success of high-performing wineries: those with the greatest amount of online sales have an average email list that is four time larger than the rest. Since email is still the number one method for increasing conversions -...

Vin 65 15 days ago

Seaside Rendezvous, Part Deux (Highlights From Riesling Rendezvous 2016)

 Mark As Read    

I, along with three or four other people (ok, it's not that bad, it just feels that bad), profess to love Riesling, so much so that I actually purchase it with my own hard-earned cash. So I'm not the kind of wine writer to turn down a media invite to the Seattle-hosted Riesling Rendezvous event […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and st...

1 Wine Dude 15 days ago

Green Valley of Russian River Valley and the Petaluma Wind Gap

 Mark As Read    

[This photo is of a weather station at The Rubin Family of Wines, in Green Valley of the Russian River Valley. Fog is hanging in the background. Terroir Green Valley of Russian River Valley is comprised of the following small towns, which are all bordered to the west by the California Coast Ranges. Sebastopol is […]

Wine Blog 15 days ago

WINESONG ~ Mendocino Coast’s Premier Food and Wine Event

 Mark As Read    

WINESONG is Mendocino Coast's premier food and wine event, and I highly recommend that if you love food and wine events, get yourself to Mendocino for September 9 and 10, 2016. Having put on wine events for years, I have a pretty good idea what it takes to be behind the scenes. The details for […]

Wine Blog 15 days ago

Julien Prevel (Montlouis, Loire)

 Mark As Read    

Julien Prevel outside his chai & cellar Montlouis, Loire valley Welcome to Chenin country. Montlouis is a small town overlooking the Loire river atop a hill, on high enough ground so as to be safe from the regular overflowing of...

Off the Menu: A Little Food With Your Tequila at Casa Neta

 Mark As Read    

A bright new Mexican bar in the Flatiron district, a fresh poké option and other restaurant news.

The Pour 16 days ago

A Widow Takes the Helm at Blackberry Farm

 Mark As Read    

Sam Beall’s death cast his widow, Mary Celeste Beall, in an unimagined role, as the head of the Blackberry Farm resort and a leader in the elevation of hyper-local Southern cuisine.

The Pour 16 days ago

Restaurant Review: Olmsted Bets the Farm on Winning Over the Neighbors

 Mark As Read    

With quail and crayfish in the backyard, a Brooklyn restaurant isn’t quite as simple as it looks.

The Pour 16 days ago

A Chicken Paillard to Compete With the ‘21’ Club’s Hash

 Mark As Read    

The meat is soaked in egg whites, pounded to half-inch thickness and fit to the size of the plate before being breaded and sautéed.

The Pour 16 days ago

Live blogging from the Bloggers Conference

 Mark As Read    

  From the Wine Bloggers Conference agenda: Live Wine Blogging (White & Rose): This is the pre-eminent event at the Wine Bloggers Conference. Winemakers will each have five minutes to pour their wine, present their story, and answer questions from a table of bloggers. At the end of five minutes, winemakers will rotate to a […]

2012 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 750 mL Wine

 Mark As Read    

The third consecutive cool and late growing season of 2012 was perfect for Cabernet Sauvignon. Our dry winter ended with moderate rainfall in March, giving us a long growing season and also led to richer flavor development. We opened the vine canopies to ensure sunlight, warmth and good air circulation around the grape clusters. The […]

Wine Blog Pro 16 days ago

Johnny Nicholson, Whose Manhattan Cafe Attracted ‘New Bohemian’ Crowd, Dies at 99

 Mark As Read    

Mr. Nicholson, with the chef Edna Lewis, served Southern at the Café Nicholson cuisine to artists and writers like Frank Sinatra, Gore Vidal and Tennessee Williams.

The Pour 16 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For August 8, 2016

 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 17 days ago

Donald Trump’s Diet: He’ll Have Fries With That

 Mark As Read    

Mr. Trump, a man of simple culinary tastes, is hoping to become the nation’s fast food president.

The Pour 17 days ago

Au revoir, awesome Austin!

 Mark As Read    

  I’ve always wanted to come to Austin. I’d heard so much about how it’s the “San Francisco of Texas.” My friend Terry, from the tattoo shop, spent a year there, and loved it. My local drive-around buddies were from Republic distributors, Scott and Chris (whose picture I forgot to take). Scott actually drove me […]

Verona ~ Amarone: peeling away the layers in my mind ~ parte terza

 Mark As Read    

Amarone della Valpolicella is the long of it; Amarone is the short version. It's an Italian, dry red wine that's typically rich in flavor. "Amarone," in Italian, translates to "the Great Bitter." This is to distinguish it from Recioto, which is produced in the same region. Passito ~ This is a generic term for wine […]...

Wine Blog 17 days ago

Production Winemaking

 Mark As Read    

Winemaking is often referred to in the trade as production. That's just the right word for it as the vast majority of the world's wine is a product. An industrial product - beverage alcohol as they call it. Big wineries are stuck with reproducing a replica of the same wine every year as that's what the mass market wants. They are the equivalent o...

Wine Camp Blog 17 days ago

Opinion: Dinner, Disrupted

 Mark As Read    

Silicon Valley has brought its wrecking ball to haute cuisine, and the results are not pretty.

The Pour 18 days ago

The Pour: Great Wine Is Not Enough on the North Fork

 Mark As Read    

A small family winery runs afoul of zoning rules, and apparently compromise is not an option.

The Pour 20 days ago

City Kitchen: 3 Quick and Savory Recipes for Peak-of-the-Season Tomatoes

 Mark As Read    

Anchovies, yes anchovies, are a perfect pairing, providing a meaty, savory umami to tomatoes in a tart, on pasta or on the grill.

The Pour 20 days ago

Room and Board: What to Do With Those Leftover Meal-Plan Swipes

 Mark As Read    

Dining hall policies can be costly and confusing, and mandatory meal plans wasteful. Students take them on.

The Pour 20 days ago

Wine of the Week ~ 2011 Domaine du Théron Cahors Malbec Cuvée Prestige

 Mark As Read    

2011 Domaine du Théron Cahors Malbec Cuvée Prestige I popped the cork and sweet cherries filled the air. The color that I poured into my glass was purpley black. I've never seen one this color before… Intriguing, really intriguing. Definitely Old World in nose. This one is making me smack my lips before I even […]

Wine Blog 20 days ago

How Do Texans Beat the Heat? With Water From Mexico

 Mark As Read    

Bottles of fizzy Topo Chico are a favorite in restaurants, bars and stores, even though marketing is minimal.

The Pour 21 days ago

Eating Nashville - A "Research" Trip

 Mark As Read    

by Jay DucoteThese days I am fortunate to get to travel to some pretty awesome culinary destinations. It's the part of my job that I've always loved, and all the more reason that I'm hoping that my pilot for Deep Fried America gets picked up by the Travel Channel. I'm hoping to hear something in the next month or so, but TV takes time, that's for s...

Bite and Booze 21 days ago
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