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T Magazine: Cocktail Culture | Inventive Cocktails That Pack a Low-Proof Punch

 Mark As Read    

These summer cocktail recipes err on the side of easy-to-drink and favor sake, wine and vermouth over the harder stuff.

The Pour 64 days ago

Spain: Street Food Bite and Booze of the World Cup

 Mark As Read    

It's time for another delicious bite and booze along the street food guide to the FIFA World Cup 2014. The winners of the last World Cup are known for plates with bold flavors and colors. Spain is a country full of life, great food, and a plethora of libations. For this edition of the street food guide, we're going to take a look at the Bocadillo a...

Bite and Booze 64 days ago

France to ICANN: You can’t!

 Mark As Read    

The French government is not happy about the prospect that internet users will soon be able to type in .wine and .vin instead of .com. Mercifully, it isn't another example of France's bizarre neo-Prohibitionists at work again. Instead, the Minister of Digital Affairs (!) is protesting the new internet suffixes, known as generic top-level domains [&...

Dr Vino's wine blog 64 days ago

Top 10 Reasons I Blog

 Mark As Read    

I don't write this blog for other bloggers. I know they're not my audience; although, for many, that's their joie de vivre and that's just fine. There's a camaraderie among wine bloggers, and once a year they gather to enjoy each other's company. Sometimes I wish I could join them; but, the reality is that […] The post Top 10 Reasons I Blog a...

Wine Blog 64 days ago

On the benefits of estate bottling

 Mark As Read    

  At a meeting yesterday at Jackson Family Wines, several people made the point that wines that are estate bottled—that is, where the grape source is controlled 100% by the vintner, either by owning the vineyards or by longterm contracts—are preferable for wine quality to grapes that the winemaker has to scramble for each year, […]

Roses of Summer: Ousterhout Wines Russian River Valley

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[…]The post Roses of Summer: Ousterhout Wines Russian River Valley appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 64 days ago

Neighborhood Joint | Sunset Park: The Taco Truck Stops Here

 Mark As Read    

In Sunset Park at Fifth Avenue and 37th Street, there’s almost always a huddle around the Tacos El Bronco truck, a quilted-stainless-steel mobile kitchen that is parked from lunchtime until near dawn.

The Pour 64 days ago

Riesling Weeks 2014 in China - A Celebration at the German Embassy in Beijing, China

 Mark As Read    

Pictures: Riesling Weeks 2014 Reception at the German Embassy in Beijing with German Wine Princess Sabine WagnerIt all started in the U.S in 2005. The world-wide Riesling Renaissance was gaining momentum and the German Wine Institute organized its first ever "Riesling Week" - a promotion of German Rieslings in restaurants and in the wine trade in N...

Schiller Wine 64 days ago

Advertising: Tribe, Purveyor of Hummus, Hopes to Narrow Sabra’s Lead With New Campaign

 Mark As Read    

The No. 2 hummus brand, Tribe, is introducing commercials shot in the style of a National Geographic documentary, complete with British-accented voice-over.

The Pour 64 days ago

Hungry City: Old World Ice Cream Parlors

 Mark As Read    

There are ice cream parlors, tucked away in ethnic enclaves in and around New York City, where the flavors might seem exotic but are familiar to and beloved by those who make them.

The Pour 65 days ago

T Magazine: Sunday Night Dinner | Closing Time at a Beloved Lower East Side Nook

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Over the weekend, Akiko Thurnauer closed the doors to Family Recipe with a celebratory meal.

The Pour 65 days ago

John Harney, Missionary Who Spread the ‘Gospel of Tea,’ Dies at 83

 Mark As Read    

Mr. Harney barnstormed the country in the 1980s to acquaint the public with the dying art of tea appreciation.

The Pour 65 days ago

Belgium: Street Food Bite and Booze of the World Cup

 Mark As Read    

We're sadly halfway through the FIFA World Cup 2014. Our final stop in group play along the street food guide to the World Cup is Belgium (playing Korea Republic at 3pm CDT) . Popular for their delicious chocolate and beer, we will be taking a look at Belgian waffles, and the Rub & Rye cocktail!Photo Credit: roaminghunger.comIt's amazing how ma...

Bite and Booze 65 days ago

Pursuits: Gluten-Free Dining in Italy

 Mark As Read    

Perhaps surprisingly, the land of pasta and pizza is welcoming, even sympathetic, to travelers who avoid eating gluten.

The Pour 65 days ago

Win a mouth-watering bottle of summer red

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This evocative image, shot by renowned photographer Jason Lowe for our summer brochure, captures the character of the wine region (if not the elegance of the wine). But where was it taken? Tell us which famous wine region is pictured for the chance to win a delicious bottle from one of the area’s leading producers. […]The post Win a mouth-wat...

Berrys' Wine Blog 65 days ago

Why do women drink more wine than men?

 Mark As Read    

  I met yet another young (mid-20s) guy yesterday who told me he’s so into beer that he’s brewing it at home, while his girlfriend is a wine lover who’s always trying to up his level of knowledge about vino. What is it anyway about this gender divide that separates the [beer] men from the […]

Georgia (Sangiovese) On My Mind (Dispatch From The 2014 Critics Challenge)

 Mark As Read    

No, you didn’t see one of these selections coming, okay? Don’t even try it. No one, least of all me, would buy it for even a second. This Summer, I once again had the pleasure of judging at the Critics Challenge in (stay classy) San Diego, my second stint as a judge there. A more […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start getting mor...

1 Wine Dude 65 days ago

Did you know that the Judgment of Paris had mostly Sonoma County Wine in that “Number One” winner?

 Mark As Read    

It isn't often that I turn my blog over to someone else's writing. This is my "journal," so if I didn't experience it, it's hard to segue into someone else's news. That said, I do have an introduction, because over the weekend Jose and I attended the Bacigalupi Family‘s 50th Anniversary Celebration and Third Anniversary […] The post Did...

Wine Blog 65 days ago

Tasting the Wines of the Roter Hang (Red Slope), Nierstein, Rheinhessen, in the Roter Hang, Germany “ Schiller's Favorites

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller and Kai Schäatzel, Weingut Schätzel, at the Roter Hang FestivalOnce a year, the winemakers of the Roter Hang (Red Slope) - the famous vineyard south of Mainz in the Rheinhessen area - invite for a wine tasting in the middle of the vineyard. The Roter Hang wine tasting takes place on a small road leading up the Rot...

Schiller Wine 65 days ago

Tőkések : the artisan winemakers of Matra

 Mark As Read    

Tokesek : Bálint Losonci, Tamás Szecskő and Gábor Karner Gyöngyöspata and Szücsi (Matra, Hungary) Tőkések is the name of a micro group of artisan-minded winemakers based in the region of Matra, Hungary, precisely in the villages of Gyöngyöspata and Szücsi....

Bosnia and Herzegovina: Street Food Bite and Booze of the World Cup

 Mark As Read    

We're almost out of group play in this street food guide to the FIFA World Cup 2014! The ball keeps rolling, players keep falling, and we keep eating and drinking! Up next on our journey is the Bosnia and Herzegovina team (playing Iran at 11am CDT). For this edition of the street food guide, we'll take a look at a delicious desert commonly found on...

Bite and Booze 66 days ago

Wednesday wraparound: Boredom, urban wines, and medals, medals, medals

 Mark As Read    

  Once upon a time, people bought the wines they liked and had trusted over many years, because they knew they would not be disappointed. It may have been a Gallo Hearty Burgundy, or a Sancerre or Pouilly-Fumé, a Chianti or Mateus or Wente Grey Riesling. The wines could always be found on the local […]

Challenging Wine Pairing: Gnocchi

 Mark As Read    

While gnocchi does not receive as much attention as other pastas, potato gnocchi has become popular and frequently appears on restaurant menus. In fact, in the past year, I have enjoyed delicious gnocchi both in Italy and here in Seattle. Since we Wine Peeps enjoy Italian food very much, I decided to prepare a challenging […]Challenging Wine ...

Wine Peeps 66 days ago

Mission not-so-impossible: Know your audience and then pitch it

 Mark As Read    

Want to know how to get my attention? With an email that has a personal message in it, directed at me. If you send a press release to me, odds are I'm going to delete it before I even think about considering it. Why? My blog is not a journalistic news outlet resource. My blog […] The post Mission not-so-impossible: Know your audience and then...

Wine Blog 66 days ago

Wine Bloggers Conference Scholarships: From Donor to Recipient

 Mark As Read    

Many of my friends, and much of what I know about wine started with the first Wine Bloggers Conference in Santa Rosa, California in 2008. Sure I had taken a few seminars through University of Toledo's own wine expert, Professor … Continue reading →

another wine blog 66 days ago

Eat: Bobby Flay’s Chicken Surprise

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Making an old standby delicious, with help from a celebrity chef.

The Pour 66 days ago

Best Green Sauce (Grüne Sosse) in Frankfurt, Germany

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Christian G.E. Schiller with Gerbermühle Chef Jörg LudwigGreen Sauce or Grüne Sosse, is a sauce made of 7 specific herbs: parsley, chives, cress, sorrel, chervil, borage, salad burnet, chopped fine, and mixed with a combination of sour cream, yoghurt or creme fraiche, a bit of oil, vinegar, and mustard, salt and pepper and then served o...

Schiller Wine 66 days ago

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Rethinking the Word ‘Foodie’

 Mark As Read    

Pleasure is just one aspect. It’s even more important to reflect our values.

The Pour 67 days ago

Front Burner: Everything You Need for the Perfect Picnic

 Mark As Read    

For a fine time dining alfresco, tote the proper tools and bring food and drink that piques your palate.

The Pour 67 days ago

David Waltuck Is Back in the Kitchen

 Mark As Read    

After five years, the chef is back with a new restaurant and partner.

The Pour 67 days ago

Restaurant Review: Tavern on the Green

 Mark As Read    

Reopened just two months ago, the Central Park classic is better knit into its bucolic surroundings.

The Pour 67 days ago

Ivory Coast: Street Food Bite and Booze of the World Cup

 Mark As Read    

Okay World Cup fans, it's time to sit down to another plate and glass full of the street food guide to the FIFA World Cup 2014! The players of the Ivory Coast (playing Greece at 3pm CDT) may be fast, but their street food favorite is caught nice and slow. Fried fish paired with a Mojito Abidjanaise is what's for eats today. Easy to eat and quick t...

Bite and Booze 67 days ago

From DCV To Rioja, By The Numbers (June 2014 Wine.Answers.com Article Round-up)

 Mark As Read    

This month over at Wine.Answers.com, the following tidbits ensued for your wine reading/learning/geeking pleasure. While several numbers are involved, math is not, so if you find math mind-numbingly boring as I do, you can proceed to the following articles without fear: The 411 on DCV: I recently took a junket jaunt to Dry Creek Valley […] G...

1 Wine Dude 67 days ago

Union Square Cafe is the latest victim of rentmageddon

 Mark As Read    

A few weeks ago, Wylie Dufresne announced that he had been forced to close his pioneering restaurant WD-50 on the Lower East Side as of 11/30. The reason is that the building will be razed and a new apartment building will go on the site; and said he hoped to reopen elsewhere soon. Then Rouge […] The post Union Square Cafe is the latest victi...

Dr Vino's wine blog 67 days ago

Who doesn’t love a little black dress?

 Mark As Read    

When I was graduating from the eighth grade, my mother took me from Maine (where I was growing up) to Boston, to get my graduation dress. We met my cousin Ann in the city, she came in from Stoneham, to give me fashion guidance. Plus, living in the Boston area, she knew all of the […] The post Who doesn't love a little black dress? appeared fi...

Wine Blog 67 days ago

What to eat with Sake

 Mark As Read    

Alejandro Noda Vila, who you'll more usually find assisting customers in our London shop, delves into the world of Sake and food matching to explore a rather usual combination. I’ll start by clarifying, if I may, that in Japanese ‘Sake’ doesn't have quite the same meaning as it does here: instead it refers to any […]The post What to eat with ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 67 days ago

Another study on social media’s failure to live up to expectations

 Mark As Read    

  The headline on yesterday’s Wall Street Journal article on social media says social media has “fail[ed] to live up to early marketing hype.” True enough, but the situation is even graver than that innocuous header implies. Readers will encounter a litany of social media ills so extensive that the article reads more like the […]

The Grand Cru Couple from VDP.Grosse Lage “ Riesling Grosses Gewächs and Riesling Spätlese. A Tasting at the 2nd International Riesling Symposium, led by Giuseppe Lauria, Germany

 Mark As Read    

Picture: Wilhelm Weil, Weingut Weil, and Guiseppe LauriaThe 2nd International Riesling Symposium took place on May 26 and 27, 2014, at Schloss Rheinhartshausen in the Rheingau. Riesling experts from around the world - top winemakers, representatives from the trade and restaurant sector, and journalists “ gathered to celebrate, discuss and taste...

Schiller Wine 67 days ago

Union Square Cafe Joins Other Victims of New York City’s Rising Rents

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Danny Meyer plans to close Union Square Cafe when its lease expires and move the restaurant to a location to be determined.

The Pour 67 days ago

2011 Chehalem INOX Chardonnay 750 mL

 Mark As Read    

This was a uniformly excellent vintage in the Willamette Valley, moreso than the past few years where some winemakers read it well and others may not have. The weather was storybook, almost entirely positive, with the Grinch of hail in one or two localized sites proving we're as vulnerable as Burgundy. The heat accumulations are […]

Wine Blog Pro 68 days ago

How to Make a Great Burger

 Mark As Read    

How to make a great hamburger? The answer is simple, experts say: Cook on heavy, cast-iron pans and griddles, use a ratio of 80-20 ratio of meat to fat, use a soft bun and don’t overdress.

The Pour 68 days ago

How to Make Perfect Burgers Indoors

 Mark As Read    

Sam Sifton shows you how to make juicy hamburgers by cooking in rendered fat in a cast-iron pan.

The Pour 68 days ago

Northern Coastal Wineries

 Mark As Read    

Discover the great Northern Coastal Wineries of Mendocino County and Lake County. Learn about Menocino County wineries, Lake County wineries, and print winery maps.

Cheers2Wine Blog 68 days ago

Chile: Street Food Bite and Booze of the 2014 World Cup

 Mark As Read    

It's time for another stop along the street food guide to the FIFA World Cup 2014! Like most South American countries, Chile (playing the Netherlands at 11am CDT) has a culinary culture that feeds off of the land. Both coastal and agricultural, their foods typically consist of shellfish, beef, and exotic game like llama. They are also big on empana...

Bite and Booze 68 days ago

Burgundy’s Long Reach

 Mark As Read    

Reviews of Domaine du Castel “C” Chardonnay 2012 and several Glen Grant Single Malt Scotch Whiskies. Led by the owners of two of the region’s most renowned vineyards, France’s Burgundy region has applied to become a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site. This honor is conferred upon locations that have “outstanding universal value from the histori...

Grapelines 68 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For June 23, 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 68 days ago

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 just didn't know there was a […] The post Hyposmia ~ the aging palate appeared first o...

Wine Blog 68 days ago

How do you describe a wine region, anyhow?

 Mark As Read    

  One of the constants of the wine writer’s job is describing wine regions. Whether it’s the Right Bank of Bordeaux, the Santa Rita Hills or the Finger Lakes, the wine writer is expected to understand the region’s terroir (climate, soils) and its impact on the major wine varieties and types produced there. I don’t […]

Bucher Vineyards – a step back in time

 Mark As Read    

[…]The post Bucher Vineyards – a step back in time appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 68 days ago
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