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Cooking Up Conversation as Martha’s Vineyard Quiets Down

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The women of the island’s Cookbook Club warm the off-season by sharing dishes and opinions.

The Pour 57 days ago

Meat, Smoke and Freedom: A Taste of the Red, White & Que Food Truck

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by Chuck PBack in 2010 it was hard not to find a food truck rolling around the streets of Baton Rouge. These weren’t the old run down, dirty and dingy trucks that once operated everywhere that were affectionately given the title of “roach coaches”. These were clean and well equipped vehicles with names like Taco De Paco, Fleur de Licious, Dolce Vi...

Bite and Booze 57 days ago

Finding the balance

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Inspired by aAs trip to Kiln Soho, food writer Victoria Stewart writes about finding the perfect sense of poise, the balance not just within a dish or a wine, but between the two A good wine and food pairing is a subjective thing, thus tricky to get right. For when you take into consideration all the […]

Berrys' Wine Blog 57 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For November 21, 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 57 days ago

Thanksgiving Wines ~ What Our Immigrant Forefather Would Have Brought, If Only…

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If you're of Native American descent, your forefathers arrived first on the North American continent. Once the Bearing Straight had waters receding, people migrated from both Asia and Northeastern Europe. Who were the first ancient settlers to arrive and cultivate California, for instance?As  The Central Pomo people, who immigrated to California mo...

Wine Blog 57 days ago

(1) New Pinot Noirs, old friends in San Francisco (2) On Fighting Drumpf

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Part 1 A Pinot Noir tasting in San Francisco You can take the boy out of the wine business but you can’t take the love of the business out of the boy. Or something like that. Anyway, although I formally retired from my career on Sept. 2, I still have “wine in my blood,” so […]

Tasting at the Legendary Weingut J.J. Prüm with Amei Prüm “ Germany-North Tour by ombiasy WineTours 2016

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Picture: Tasting at the Legendary Weingut J.J. Prüm with Frau Prüm “ Germany-North Tour by ombiasy WineTours 2016We had an extaordinary tasting at Weingut Joh. Jos. Prüm. Weingut Joh. Jos. Prüm is without doubt one of the most exceptional producers of wine in Germany. Although the Prüm family was well established as viticulturists and winemake...

Schiller Wine 58 days ago

Nicolas Vauthier (Burgundy)

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Nicolas Vauthier with Juliette (who is from Quebec) Avallon, Burgundy There are small wine regions in northern Burgundy which are still largely under the radar compared to their famous brethren beginning with Chablis almost next door, places like Irancy, Epineuil...

Thanksgiving Can Be Bland. Your Leftovers Don’t Have to Be.

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Treat leftover turkey like a blank canvas for international flavors, using it in pho, tikka masala or mole.

The Pour 60 days ago

City Kitchen: A Baked Frittata to Feed Out-of-Town Guests

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This method, which works especially well with a frittata packed full of vegetables, meat and cheese, sends it to the oven straight away.

The Pour 60 days ago

Noma Chef’s Next Place to Pop Up: Mexico

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René Redzepi plans to move his Copenhagen staff to Tulum next spring for a short stint of making Mexican food.

The Pour 60 days ago

A Sicilian Thanksgiving? You Betcha with MandraRossa Nero d’Avola

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Do you know that wines from Sicily are elegant and really affordable? With most of them selling for under $20, they make perfect "house wines," too. During the holidays, especially if you're of Italian descent, these wines will happily grace your table and heritage. Guests will be able to savor your past, while enjoying your […]...

Wine Blog 60 days ago

The fuddled identity of Carménère

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As we approach World Carménère Day, wine writer Amanda Barnes regales the grape's remarkable history, detailing its path from near extinction to rapidly becoming Chile's signature grape There's more than one grape variety that has played hide and seek under the folds of time, but perhaps none has done it quite as spectacularly as Carménère.As A...

Berrys' Wine Blog 60 days ago

2017 Wine Art Watercolor Calendar

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2017 Wine Art Watercolor Calendar by Wine_Lover_Gifts

Wine Blog Pro 61 days ago

Trump: lies, truth and post-truth

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  What is truth? Pontius Pilate famously asked, suggesting its slipperiness. Twenty centuries later, the comedian Stephen Colbert coined the word “truthiness” to convey the sense of statements that were not really true, but that nonetheless “felt right” to the speaker.  A dictionary, Merriam-Webster, chose “truthiness” as its word of the year ...

Repent? I wonder what they meant.

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Things are going to slide, slide in all directions Won't be nothing Nothing you can measure anymore The blizzard, the blizzard of the world has crossed the threshold and it has overturned the order of the soul – Leonard Cohen, … Continue reading →

another wine blog 61 days ago

The Pour: Wine That’s Not Only Natural, It’s Alive

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Interest in the often esoteric natural wine category is strong as the recent RAW Wine fair in Brooklyn shows.

The Pour 61 days ago

With an Eye on Hunger, Scientists See Promise in Genetic Tinkering of Plants

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By altering photosynthesis in tobacco, researchers improved the plant’s production, a method they hope will prove successful in food crops.

The Pour 61 days ago

Hungry City: Tamales, for Many Meals and Courses, at Alimentos Saludables

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Pulled out of their corn husks, the tamales at this tiny restaurant in Sunset Park, Brooklyn, almost seem to breathe.

The Pour 61 days ago

Apútzio de Juárez Journal: ‘Ambition of Avocado’ Imperils Monarch Butterflies’ Winter Home

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Spurred by rising demand for the fruit, farmers in the Mexican state that hosts the annual butterfly migration are replacing a vital forest habitat with orchards.

The Pour 61 days ago

What We Drank When We Remembered That America Was Already Great

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A good number of people, both within the USA and abroad, read this blog. At times, that includes a lot of the U.S. wine biz, but also many wine lovers and wine insiders abroad. This post is dedicated to all of them. Look, I'm not gonna sugarcoat this, things have been pretty f*cked up since […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start ...

1 Wine Dude 61 days ago

How are Women Uniting Portugal through Wine?

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If I say fire fighter, what gender pops into your head? Doctor? Nurse? Taxi driver? Construction worker? Beautician? Historically, many of these professions were predominately occupied by one gender, but not both. In today's world, there are very few professions that are solely occupied by either men or women. Unfortunately […]

Catavino 61 days ago

Eat: Cheesy Mashed Potatoes for the Soul

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When times are tough, nerves can be soothed by aligot.

The Pour 61 days ago

Postmortem: Putting IPOB into Perspective

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  I’ve been hard on the Republican Party for being such ideological purists that they can’t compromise with Democrats (or anyone else) on anything. So in my guise as the F.F.W.C. (former famous wine critic), along the same lines I have a few observances about In Pursuit of Balance. IPOB, as many of you know, […]

Boîte: An Italian Bar Fit for Romance in Greenwich Village

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Bar Fortuna is on second floor of Casa Apicii, a quieter Italian restaurant that replaced the Lion.

The Pour 62 days ago

Essential ingredients: squash

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Halloween may be behind us, but the squash season certainly isn't. This month our Head Chef Stewart Turner provides a wholesome pie recipe, while Demetri Walters MW suggests appropriate wine pairings On the table: Our seasonal spotlight falls on squash which are now in their peak season. Although butternut squash are available throughout the year, ...

Berrys' Wine Blog 62 days ago

Introducing the Vin65 Beta Program

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Developing software is often seen as a mysterious, ominous process. How do we decide what a feature ends up looking like? How do we determine wants versus needs, and what tools will help you most in your day to day? Don’t we just click a few buttons and -- voila! A new feature is born? Not quite. That would certainly be nice. But we’d ...

Vin 65 62 days ago

Jay D's Bites: Spicy & Sweet Hasselback Potatoes with Louisiana Molasses Mustard Dipping Sauce.

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by Aimee TortorichHasselback or accordion potatoes are trending across the nation and rightly so. Not only do they look impressive on a plate, but they taste like a combination of a crispy potato chip and baked potato in one. We used smaller potatoes that are easy to eat and enjoy with friends, but you could also use any large potato. Our line o...

Bite and Booze 62 days ago

Gifts For Another Horse’s Mouth (Gifting Alcohol 101 For Fix.com)

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My latest piece for Fix.com was published this week, and it's geared towards the When, How, and What of gifting booze. And not a moment too soon, I think, considering that the holidays are nigh upon us, and that you might have many, many friends who are desperately in need of a stiff drink (for […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and st...

1 Wine Dude 62 days ago

Squash, Rice and Roadkill: Feeding the Fighters of Standing Rock

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As they resist a vast oil pipeline, protesters need their own kind of fuel. They get it via a chaotic yet robust network of what amounts to free restaurants.

The Pour 62 days ago

Corkscrew, by Peter Stafford-Bow, a wine buyer, through his lens

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You can't anticipate any of it, your eyes will bug out of your head as you read it. You'll wonder, how will he get himself out of this one? You've just got to read it to understand that I'm not joshing you. This book is hysterical, as he nails his characters with great depth of understanding and humor.

Wine Blog 62 days ago

Will Oakland Kill Its Infant Marijuana Industry?

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  For years, my town of Oakland has been at the center of the commercial marijuana business in America. Downtown is studded with medical marijuana clinics and small shops selling paraphernalia. (I, myself, have had a medical marijuana card for a long time.) Oakland’s pot entrepreneurs were forward-looking visionaries who never doubted that pot...

Materra Cunat Family Vineyards – blendng culturees and family history in Napa

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Tucked away in a corner of Napa Valley known as Oak Knoll, the Materra Cunat estate sneaks up on you out of the bucolic vineyards of the eastside. As This 50 acre property was purchased by the family in 2007, and through the use of modern technology and an expert wine making team, has developed in to a world class winery. The post Materra Cunat Fam...

Luscious Lushes 63 days ago

Heads Up: Truffles in Paradise. (And It’s Not Italy.)

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The Istrian truffle is premium grade and its culture is free of the snobbery, intrigue and high prices found in Italy’s Piedmont or France’s Perigord.

The Pour 63 days ago

Aska Wins a Spot in the 2017 New York Michelin Guide

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The restaurant in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, receives two stars, while the three-star restaurant rankings remain unchanged.

The Pour 63 days ago

Canadian Brewery Cuts a Retiree Perk: Free Beer for Life

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Labatt, citing an effort to cut costs, is ending a policy that allowed its retired workers to receive free beer for life.

The Pour 63 days ago

Rationally Natural

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A very happy tempranillo indigenous yeast fermentation Natural wine and biodynamics seems to promote irrational flame wars on the Internet. I have faith in science and personally have trouble buying some of the more voodoo practices myself. On the other hand I can't argue with the results. Many of the wines...

Wine Camp Blog 63 days ago

Off the Menu: Wagamama, Serving Asian-Influenced Dishes, Opens in NoMad

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A pop-up sets down roots in the East Village, and other restaurant news.

The Pour 63 days ago

Restaurant Review: TsuruTonTan, a Japanese Chain That Knows Its Noodles

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Specialists in long, slippery udon noodles are rare in New York. A new one, off Union Square, makes its own.

The Pour 63 days ago

An open letter to the lady quoted in the weekend’s Wall Street Journal

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  She was in a front-page article, “The Places That Made Trump,” which purported to explain the point of view of Rust Belt voters who abandoned the Democratic Party to elect Trump President. Out of respect, I’m not using her name, although it’s right there in the link; I’ll call her Miss Smith. Dear Miss […]

Lopez Haro – an instant classic from Rioja

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I love Spain. As In fact, I have had the good fortune to have visited five times in five years. As In the heart of Spain's most well known wine region, Rioja, Bodegas Classica brings you Hacienda Lopez de Haro, a Vintae project. As Focusing on revolutionizing the world of wine while still focusing on the small family feel, I had the pleasure The po...

Luscious Lushes 64 days ago

Magical Wine Drinking

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Does the glassware make a difference or is it wishful thinking?

Grapelines 64 days ago

Looking Back: Hot Chicken on a Tin Roof

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by Marit Schroeder, internMy first event as a Bite and Booze intern was Hot Chicken on a Tin Roof, and it was such a fun night! I wasn’t entirely sure about the amount of people that were going to show up and how the whole night would go down, but we had such a good time and it was a great start to my internship.We did recipe testing at the #office...

Bite and Booze 64 days ago

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For November 14, 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 64 days ago

Wine Country Time ~ Hurry up and wait

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EXCUSE #3: Fiber optics were cut. It has thousands of lines within the tubing, so we're trying to find that just right one line, and do have a blessed day.

Wine Blog 64 days ago

Trump to Democrats: Go f**k yourselves!

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  I’m hearing from trump supporters, like a tea party commenter on Facebook, who writes: “Give him (Donald) a chance. I think he's in this for the right reasons.” To which I reply, “What kind of chance did you teabaggers give President Obama? You hated on him from day one, you blocked and obstructed his […]

Kick Off Your Holiday Season Right!

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The Holiday Season is a great time to relax and explore new wineries across the US. After a fantastic and exciting harvest season, the holiday festivities are ready to begin! There are endless events and locations to explore. This list is the perfect guide to wine country events, tastings and places to stay to get

Ken's Wine Guide 65 days ago

Advertising: Paul Newman Who? Salad Dressing Company Adjusts to Reach Millennials

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Newman’s Own gives all its profit to charity, but that message on its labels didn’t seem to stand out to a generation known to favor companies with social consciences.

The Pour 65 days ago

American Decency: Not Too Big to Fail

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Education does not necessarily make one smarter. I think the most recent election underscores that statement: millions of educated voters decided to spin the wheel, throw the dice, and bet on the candidate with no experience who spent the last year … Continue reading →

another wine blog 67 days ago
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