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Recipes for Health: A Simple Recipe for Pasta With Mussels

 Mark As Read    

A vibrant linguine dish with a tomato sauce that gets added depth and intensity from the mussel broth.

The Pour 66 days ago

Cabrito Estonado: The Easter Recipe Hidden in the Portuguese Mountains

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Growing up, Portuguese kid stew was as ordinary to me as beef stew was to my American friends. Whenever there were mentions of “cabrito,” my smile lit up! Around this time of year, my younger self would be jumping for joy around my mother’s kitchen, since this was often the […]

Catavino 66 days ago

Cocktail Table Service Thinks Big

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The bar industry is becoming more inventive with what it calls “large format” drinks that serve two to six customers and cost $45 to $150.

The Pour 66 days ago

From one year to the next

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As vintners south of the equator are busy harvesting, Catriona Felstead MW considers the importance of vintage variation in sunnier climes. On this side of the globe, it’s easy to forget that the vintage in the southern hemisphere takes place in February, March and April. Areas of Chile, Argentina, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa have [R...

Berrys' Wine Blog 67 days ago

How wine can be as cool as beer and cocktails

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  It’s certainly true, as Robert Parker pointed out in his recent interview in The Drinks Business, that high wine prices are “a problem and a concern” and that they are creating “a caste system” in which “the younger generation” cannot afford top wines from regions such as “Burgundy, or Bordeaux, or from California.” But […]

The Wine Institute clarifies arsenic in wine

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As a public service, the following is what the Wine Institute has distributed, since the article about arsenic in wine has been published… The are keeping us all informed. Wine Institute Fact Sheet on Arsenic Mar 20, 2015 FACT SHEET Wine Institute is the association of 1,000 California wineries. In recent days, unfounded litigation has [̷...

Wine Blog 67 days ago

Virginia's Best Wines: 2015 Virginia Governor's Cup, USA

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Picture: North Gate Vineyard Winemakers/Owners Mark and Vicki Fedor at North Gate Vineyard. Their 2012 Meritage is one of the 12 Wines in the 2015 Governor's Cup CaseGovernor Terry McAuliffe awarded the Virginia Wineries Association's (VWA) 2015 Governor's Cup to Muse Vineyards for their 2009 Clio, a Bordeaux-style blended red wine. This is the fi...

Schiller Wine 67 days ago

Judge Tells Korean-Restaurant Owner in Queens to Pay $2.7 Million in Back Wages

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Workers at Kum Gang San Restaurant said they often worked more than 16 hours with no overtime and were ordered to pick cabbage on their day off.

The Pour 67 days ago

How the Moors Influenced Spanish Cuisine

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With every bite of their Sunday paella, Spanish families—whether they realize it or not–are paying homage to the old Moorish kingdom of Al-Ándalus, one of the greatest civilizations that Iberia has ever known. How did this relationship evolve? It began in the year 711 C.E, when the Moors soundly defeated […]

Catavino 67 days ago

Macaroons for Passover With a Difference

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The recipe for the Jewish holiday treats traces back to Iraq.

The Pour 67 days ago

A Particularly Pleasing Wine

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Reviews of the Pacifica Evan’s Collection Washington Meritage 2010 and Westland Peated American Single Malt Whiskey. The Kosher Food and Wine Experience is a fabulous opportunity to sample the latest wine and spirit releases in Royal’s sizable portfolio, to meet with winemakers or winery/brand representatives and, of course, eat some of the outsta...

Grapelines 67 days ago

Gourmet in the Garden returns on May 1st

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Last year, team Bite and Booze took home the Best of Show prize at the annual Gourmet in the Garden event, a progressive dinner in the LSU AgCenter Botanic Gardens. This year, the event is coming back even stronger with more chefs creating signature dishes with farm-fresh products. The showcase goes down from 7-10 PM on Friday, May 1st. Proceeds be...

Bite and Booze 67 days ago

Close at Hand: Maira Kalman’s Most Treasured Cooking Tool

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The artist’s midcentury cookie press, which belonged to her mother, will be viewable in an installation in TriBeCa starting April 10.

The Pour 67 days ago

Tony May Is Selling SD26

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The veteran restaurateur plans to retire, with John Doherty, a former executive chef at the Waldorf Astoria, taking over.

The Pour 67 days ago

Thoughts From A Former Tasting Room Staff

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The other day I was working on my blog. I decided to change the coloring and just freshen it up. As I was "cleaning" it, I happened to notice some former blogs I wrote, especially one where I ranted about some of the customers I have met along the way.Now you could wag your finger at me and admonish me for "picking" on the customer, but technically...

Wine Reviews: Weekly Mini Round-Up For March 23, 2015

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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 68 days ago

Diageo moving towards “content information” on wine labels

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  No one much noticed last Friday’s report in the Wall Street Journal that Diageo is going to start listing calorie counts “and other content information” on its spirits, including Johnnie Walker Scotch and Smirnoff vodka, “in what it said was a first for the industry.” That nugget was buried on page B5 of the […]

Americans reacting to the lawsuit regarding high levels of arsenic in wine

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Regarding the story that CBS reported on last week, regarding high levels of arsenic: Very high levels of arsenic" in top-selling wines With a title about high levels of arsenic, it's enough to scare anyone… And, sustainable, organic, and biodynamic wines are looking better all of the time… unless you know the producer and its […]...

Wine Blog 68 days ago

Prowein 2015 in Düsseldorf, Germany “ Schiller's Impressions

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Picture: Annette Schiller, ombiasy WineTours, Christian Schiller, Winemaker Bob Berteau, Chateau St. Michelle in Washington State and Riesling Gurur Ernst Loosen, Weingut Dr. Loosen, at Prowein 2015 Düsseldorf, Germany, once again impressively underlined its reputation as a capital for the wine and spirits sector: after three days of activity (Mar...

Schiller Wine 68 days ago

Pedernales Cellars Vermentino and Viognier: Found on the Mediterranean Isle of Texas

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Pedernales Cellars Vermentino and Viognier: Found on the Mediterranean Isle of Texas I recently sat down to taste two new white wines from the 2014 vintage, both from Pedernales Cellars. This winery has been long known for their Viognier and expectations were high. After all, Pedernales Cellars has been a winner at the top levels

VintageTexas 68 days ago

Somewhere in the vast array of options

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Procrastination creates burdens, but those who march forward open up opportunities for life is as it should be… Not wasted… a vast array of options. The post Somewhere in the vast array of options appeared first on Wine Blog.

Wine Blog 68 days ago

Moving Day

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Big news! Cornerstone Cellars is moving! We're moving from our current address of 6505 Washington Street to our new address of 6505 Washington Street. Okay, that's not very dramatic news as we are moving all of about twenty feet across the parking lot, but it's big news for us and good news for you. We're moving into the space right behind our curr...

Wine Camp Blog 69 days ago

Jury service

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Having enjoyed the privilege of adjudicating the recent Thessaloniki International Wine & Spirits Competition, Demetri Walters MW shares his impressions of three days spent blind tasting. For those of you who have not yet made it to Macedonia, Greece’s second city benefits from its situation as an attractive seaside port, as well as offering im...

Berrys' Wine Blog 70 days ago

Neighborhood Joint: At Le Périgord, Few Changes Since Burton and Taylor Dined There in ’64

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The French restaurant, owned by Georges and Marie-Thérèse Briguet for more than 50 years, has become a Midtown East neighborhood haunt though bills average nearly $100 per person.

The Pour 70 days ago

$200 Million to Help Food Stamp Recipients Find Jobs

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Pilot projects in 10 states will train recipients and offer services like transportation and child care, the Obama administration announced on Friday.

The Pour 70 days ago

Recipe Lab: The Best Roast Lamb for Your Easter Feast

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Remedying Americans’ resistance to lamb with a juicy roast that gets help from anchovies and butter. (Article plus video.)

The Pour 70 days ago

T Magazine: Elizabeth Alexander: Eat, Memory

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The poet’s memoir recounts her romance with her late husband, but it also tells the story of their romance with food. In her Manhattan home, the tastes and scents of their shared life linger.

The Pour 70 days ago

Street Food is Picking Up Speed in Portugal

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From fried snakes on a stick to dirty water hot dogs, there hadn’t been anything novel to buzz about in the street food scene for years. That is, until five years ago when the gourmet food truck craze exploded in Los Angeles. Professional chefs jumped behind the wheel and turned […]

Catavino 70 days ago

Gene-Altered Apples and Potatoes Are Safe, F.D.A. Says

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The Food and Drug Administration said that genetically engineered nonbrowning apples and bruise-resistant potatoes were as safe and nutritious as their conventional counterparts.

The Pour 70 days ago

City Kitchen: Winter Vegetables for Spring Holidays

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There’s a place for red radishes, cauliflower and carrots at the table for Easter and Passover.

The Pour 70 days ago

Catfish Farmers, Seeking Regulation to Fight Foreign Competition, Face Higher Bills

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More rigorous inspections could cost millions of dollars for an already beleaguered industry, potentially driving more producers out of business, an analyst says.

The Pour 70 days ago

Friday Feature Photo: The Spicy White Mistress of Spain

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Photographer: Ryan Opaz Capture Date: September 4, 2010 Location: Penedes, Catalunya, Spain About: We see Xarel.lo as a cross between the coquettish and cute Drew Barrymore and the spicy sultry side of Charlize Theron. She’s the grape that gives Cava its gorgeous structure and acidity, when paired with Parellada and Macabeo, while offering just [&#...

Catavino 71 days ago

The Pickering Cellar: a brick-by-brick account

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Barbara Drew, our Wine School Tutor, descends beneath No.3 St James’s to reveal the remarkable history of our Pickering Cellar. One floor below street-level, beneath our London shop and Pickering Place, lies the Pickering Cellar. Named after William Pickering, the erstwhile barrel cellar formally dates from the 17th century. However, it is likely t...

Berrys' Wine Blog 71 days ago

Why online wine reviews don’t get more respect

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  You’ve probably heard that Ashley Judd, a celebrity I don’t know much about but I like her anyway, is suing people who have been sending her horrendous tweets. The brouhaha all started when Ashley, apparently, tweeted something derogatory about a basketball team, Arkansas, that was playing against her beloved Kentucky. Imagine that! A sports...

One of the Bio-dynamic Stars in Germany: Weingut Peter Jakob Kühn in Östrich, Winkel “ Germany-North Wine Tour by ombiasy (2014)

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Picture: At Weingut Peter Jakob Kühn in Östrich, Winkel with Sandra Kühn-Quenter Annette Schiller likes to include green winemakers in her Germany tours in order to also show this side of German winemaking culture. In general, Germany is a rather green society, with even a Green Party in German parliaments and governments. The Prime Minister o...

Schiller Wine 71 days ago

The Right Way To Blind Taste Wine

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First of all, let's identify the wrong way to blind-taste wine. The wrong way involves taking a sip of some mystery wine, swirling it around in your mouth in a disdainful way, and then saying something like, "Well, Bonneau, of course. The Cel...

Tasting Room 71 days ago

The Pour: At Corison Winery, the Focus on Napa Cabernet Never Blurs

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Through a quarter-century of turning out consistent, elegant cabernets, Cathy Corison has resisted joining other Napa producers whose wines are becoming more alcoholic and sweeter.

The Pour 71 days ago

Hungry City: Haldi in Midtown South

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Haldi, an Indian restaurant that opened in September, sets a notably elegant tone for Curry Hill.

The Pour 71 days ago

Westerly 2010 Merlot (Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara)

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Cocoa, exotic spices, lavender blackberries and blueberries on the nose with blackberry jam and spice flavors, this boutique 2010 Merlot from Westerly in Happy Canyon of Santa Barbara makes a fool of anyone who pulled their Merlot vines after "Sideways." … Continue reading →

another wine blog 71 days ago

Sangiovese’s bold, noble road to nowhere

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  Reading about Piero Antinori in the April 30 issue of Wine Spectator brought back memories of the early and mid-1990s, when the Marchese had hundreds of acres of Sangiovese growing in a beautiful section of Atlas Peak. The sprawling vineyard was a fine sight to see. Sangiovese, the grape and wine, still was on […]

Tea-total

 Mark As Read    

When our Burgundy Buyer and confirmed Pinot-phile Jasper Morris MW isn’t tasting the wines of his specialist region, he can be found exploring the world of another age-old drink – tea. There’s always a risk that one day your doctor will tell you to cut out alcohol. That’s not too bad in France, because he […] The post Tea-total appeared first...

Berrys' Wine Blog 72 days ago

The Gala Dinner of the Rieslingfeier 2015 in New York City, USA

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Picture: Annette Schiller, ombiasyPR and WineTours, and Egon Müller, Weingut Egon Müller, at the Gala Dinner of the Rieslingfeier 2015 in New York City, USARieslingfeier is an annual two-day event in New York City that celebrates German Riesling. The cornerstone event is the Rieslingfeier Gala Dinner.Inspired by Daniel Johnnes' famous Burgundy fÃ...

Schiller Wine 72 days ago

Eat: For Perfect Pasta, Add Water and a Vigorous Stir

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This simple ingredient brings classic Roman dishes to life.

The Pour 72 days ago

Louisville, Kentucky: Whisk(e)y Wednesday presented by Lock and Key

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When I think of Kentucky, one thing comes to mind: bourbon. Well, maybe Kentucky Derby and fried chicken, too. But still, bourbon is definitely on top.Founded in 1778, Louisville, Kentucky was named after King Louis XVI of France. The city's been making bourbon for almost as long as it has existed. Currently, a third of all bourbon comes from Louis...

Bite and Booze 72 days ago

Teaching the history of wine to Millennials

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  Drove up to St. Helena yesterday on a preternaturally beautiful day to have lunch with Freemark Abbey’s longtime winemaker, Ted Edwards, at a little restaurant I’d never eaten at before, Goose & Gander. I must say I’d go back for the charcuterie and beef tartare, both of which were excellent. I don’t typically drink […]

The No-Napa Guide to California Cabernet

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Everyone knows Napa Valley makes great Cabernet Sauvignon. But now exciting cabs are arriving from the “other” California, like Santa Barbara’s Happy Canyon region and Lake County’s obsidian-strewn hills. Here, a guide to t...

Tasting Room 73 days ago

Furmint Adventures Episode 11: Gizella Cellar

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I do believe that our Furmint adventures, alas, come to an end with this episode, the eleventh in the series (more were filmed, but I'm not sure in what context those will be cropping up; when they do I will let you know). Special thanks to all of those who were responsible for making this […] Grab The 1WineDude.com Tasting Guide and start g...

1 Wine Dude 73 days ago

On the Road to Spain!

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[…] The post On the Road to Spain! appeared first on Luscious Lushes - a wine, food, and travel blog.

Luscious Lushes 73 days ago

Spanish knights

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Late last month our Spain Buyer, Simon Field MW, was awarded the privilege of joining the ‘Gran Orden de Caballeros del Vino', roughly translated as the Grand Order of the Knights of Wine. Here he talks about the honour bestowed, and the operatic parallels of the week in question. It was to be a busy week. […] The post Spanish knights a...

Berrys' Wine Blog 73 days ago

Boutique ~ Who’s with me on this one

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Every time I hear the word "boutique, you might as well be dragging your fingers down a blackboard in my world. When I entered my freshman English class in high school, Miss Samways immediately said to us, "Don't ever use the word ‘nice' in anything you write in this class. I have one idiosyncrasy, and […] The post Boutique ~ Who's with...

Wine Blog 73 days ago
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