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Antigraft Law Stirs Up Wariness Over South Koreans Bearing Gifts

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The measure, which affects public servants, journalists and teachers, will alter a country where meals, cash and other gifts have long been central to doing business.

The Pour 3 hours, 36 min ago

Eat: Chicken Tetrazzini, the Casserole Even Snobs Love

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Time and home cooking have stripped away many of the dish’s Continental flourishes. That might be for the better.

The Pour 7 hours, 55 min ago

The rightwing media wants birtherism to go away as an issue. Gee, I wonder why

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  Hugh Hewitt is a bombastic rightwing talk show host, so rightwing in fact that he is pro-Trump even though Trump tore him a new one last year by calling him “a third rate radio announcer,” thus proving that, like a broken clock, even Donald Trump can occasionally be right. For some bizarre reason (perhaps […]

Steve Heimoff| Wine Blog 9 hours, 44 min ago

7 Party Hot Spots Opening in New York This Fall

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Night life takes a multiplex approach, with places that feature daytime cafes, cocktail lounges, music halls, restaurants and even Skee-Ball.

The Pour 20 hours, 41 min ago

What to Cook: The Best Fall Cookbooks

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Savor the new wave of recipes or go off road with an easy tomato salad dinner.

The Pour 1 day ago

7 of the LSU Area's Best Daiquiris and Frozen Drink Spots

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by Marit Schroeder, internFrozen drinks are a way of life and I like to consider myself a bit of a connoisseur (college edition) as I’ve tried and tested my fair share of daiquiris, margaritas, and even adult slushies. Too much of my weekly grocery budget goes towards frozen drinks on a sunny day and I have no plans of stopping.So to help you get r...

Bite and Booze 1 day ago

The dog that didn’t bark: Why Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal didn’t pick a debate winner. Plus: Trump’s tax plan

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  Not only did Tuesday's WSJ not say who won, they didn’t even mention the debate in their editorials or in opinion pieces. It’s like the historic Clinton-Trump smackdown never happened. Why the silence? Well, the answer is obvious: Hillary crushed Trump, and not even the WSJ’s most violent attack dogs dared claim otherwise. So […]

Cookbooks: Review: The Poole’s Cookbook, Reimagining Southern Classics

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Ashley Christensen’s debut book celebrates exquisite ingredients and exacting instruction.

The Pour 1 day ago

Cookbooks: Review: Two Books to Master Chinese Cuisines

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Fuchsia Dunlop explores the cuisine of Jiangnan in “Land of Fish and Rice,” and Carolyn Phillips takes a broad approach to Chinese cooking in “All Under Heaven.”

The Pour 1 day ago

Cookbooks: Review: ‘Taste & Technique’ Makes French Cooking Cool

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The first book from the chef Naomi Pomeroy aims to elevate your cooking with bossy but warm instruction.

The Pour 1 day ago

Cookbooks: Review: ‘Mozza at Home’ and ‘Eat in My Kitchen’

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New cookbooks from the chef Nancy Silverton and the blogger Meike Peters offer inviting recipes for entertaining.

The Pour 1 day ago

Off the Menu: Wolfgang Puck Makes His First New York Splash, at Cut

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A downtown debut for the Spago chef, soft-serve from a high-end trailer and more restaurant news.

The Pour 1 day ago

Cookbooks: Review: ‘Taste of Persia’ Crosses Borders

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Naomi Duguid’s latest cookbook follows a trail through Iran, Georgia, Kurdistan, Azerbaijan and Armenia.

The Pour 1 day ago

Diana Henry Writes Hundreds of Great Recipes a Year. How Does She Do It?

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The popular British food writer works constantly to create her masterly flavor combinations.

The Pour 1 day ago

Cookbooks: Review: ‘The Red Rooster Cookbook’ Is a Homage to Modern Harlem

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The chef Marcus Samuelsson’s restaurant draws on the neighborhood’s rich array of cultural influences.

The Pour 1 day ago

Cookbooks: Review: Practical Magic for the Modern Cook

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Several new cookbooks target today’s home kitchens with eclectic recipes and strategies for planning.

The Pour 1 day ago

Cookbooks: Review: An Indian Twist on Southern Cuisine in ‘My Two Souths’

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The chef Asha Gomez brings Indian spice to the South’s greatest recipe hits in her debut cookbook.

The Pour 2 days ago

Restaurant Review: At Sauvage, European Discipline Meets Gut Instinct

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A new restaurant in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, is at its best when it abandons the miniaturist mode.

The Pour 2 days ago

Cookbooks: Review: The Sqirl Cookbook, ‘Everything I Want to Eat’

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Jessica Koslow’s cookbook, from her Los Angeles restaurant, Sqirl, combines health food, diner food and dazzling technique.

The Pour 2 days ago

How to Win With Shipping Incentives During OND

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Regulations make it so advertising free shipping for wine isn’t possible in all regions. But shipping incentives go a long way to helping your customers fill their shopping carts, and offering almost free shipping, flat rate shipping, or including shipping in your bottle price can be a great way to sell more wine during your busy OND season. ...

Vin 65 2 days ago

Uncrate a Cajun Plate: The Magic of a Cajun Crate Subscription

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by Marit Schroeder, internCajun Crate is back, and their September box is just as awesome as the last! This time a Jay D’s product is included in the box so I’m counting that as even more incentive to start a Cajun Crate subscription.This month’s box includes seven great products from South Louisiana including Jay D’s Louisiana Barbecue Sauce, Came...

Bite and Booze 2 days ago

Pissed off at black people? You’ll probably vote for Trump

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  If Trump wins this thing it will be in large part because of the way white and Asian voters interpret the state of black America. Yesterday there was a Facebook video making the rounds. It was of a rather angry middle-aged white woman, who said she was “in real estate,” decrying the condition of […]

Adrien De Mello (Loire)

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Adrien de Mello in his vatroom Saint-Aubin-de-Luigné, Anjou (Loire) Domaine de la Petite Soeur Adrien de Mello learnt to make wine very far from Anjou, he started making wine in Quebec in 2003, a domaine located on an island near...

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The Winery Project 2 days ago

Alton Brown, Showman of Food TV, Pulls Back the Curtain

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As he releases a new cookbook, “EveryDayCook: This Time It’s Personal,” the very private host reflects on a difficult time in his life.

The Pour 2 days ago

Q&A: Organic Milk Will Wait and Wait for You

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A different, hotter pasteurization process helps explain why organic milk has a longer shelf life than the other stuff.

The Pour 2 days ago

The Arnold Palmer: Two Parts Iced Tea, One Part Lemonade

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Palmer’s legacy will always be invoked on hot days when an iced tea or a lemonade both sound awfully good.

The Pour 3 days ago

From the Diary of Kimberley Strassel

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  Dear Diary, Well, I just wrote my 47th column on Hillary’s emails. They’ve all been pretty much the same—Hillary is a she-devil who did bad things and is crooked. Only I did come up with a clever new slogan: I called 2016 “the year of the Democratic email dump.” Of course, just between me […]

World Leader Cesari Vineyards is celebrating 80 years ~ #IAMarone

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Interview about Cesari's Amarone, as a world leader, by Mario Menozzi Cesari Vineyards ~ 80 years (1936 to 2016) Cesari Vineyard of Verona, one of the finest Vineyards of the Valpolicella region, is celebrating 80 years of producing some of Italy's greatest wines this year. To mark this occasion, Cesari invited me to be part […]

Wine Blog 3 days ago

Trilobites: Coffee Grounds May Filter Out Heavy Metals in Water

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Chemists in Italy offer up a solution for all that smelly espresso and coffee waste.

The Pour 5 days ago

Wines of The Times: In California, Grenache Packs More Than Power

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Though these wines are known for their assertive blockbuster style, subtler expressions of them can be compelling.

The Pour 5 days ago

Trump’s road to the White House: more domestic violence, more cop deaths

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  Trump is clearly pandering to a law-and-order crowd, overwhelmingly white, that is fed up with attacks—verbal and physical—against cops. Hillary is just the opposite: calling for more sensitivity on the part of cops, and in general siding with BLM. But there are risks for both. Trump’s risk is obvious: he’s already pegged as a […]

Hungry City: The Thrill of the Tabletop Grill at Tong Sam Gyup Goo Yi

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A standout destination for Korean pork dishes in the “kimchi belt” of Flushing, Queens.

The Pour 7 days ago

‘Great British Bake Off’ Loses Mary Berry, a Star Host

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Ms. Berry, an 81-year-old celebrity chef and author, is the third presenter to leave the show, which is moving from the BBC to a rival network.

The Pour 7 days ago

Climate Change Threatens World’s Coffee Supply, Report Says

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A new analysis of environmental research has coffee companies and drinker worried about the future of the product.

The Pour 7 days ago

Spaghetti & Gravy: Not Your Mom's Red Sauce

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by Marit SchroederAlthough Louisiana food is best known for unique flavors, there are more food styles than just Cajun and Creole. Independence, a little town in Southeast Louisiana, started as an Italian-American community with many families coming from the island of Sicily. Now famous for its Sicilian Heritage Festival every March, the town is st...

Bite and Booze 7 days ago

Reflecting on the Golden Age of Wine Critics

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    Michael Mondavi, whom I’ve known for a long time, invited me to lunch the other day. Over a leisurely meal of sushi at Ozumo in Oakland, our chat naturally ranged all over the board, wine-wise, but it certainly included a good deal of reminiscing. Hey, that’s what you do when you reach a […]

How Can We Require Mandatory Reading ~ A Perfect Score

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A Perfect Score The Art, Soul, and Business of a 21st-Century Winery Craig and Katheryn Hall ~Hall Wines The world of wine is a fabulous world. It's down home, gutsy, and warm. As I pack up my wine library, getting ready to ship it to another world with us, I pick up magazines that I've […]

Wine Blog 7 days ago

Make a List, Check it Twice: the Dos and Don'ts for OND

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As summer comes to a close it’s time to start thinking about, and planning for, your busiest time of year: the critical OND season. Sales soar for all retail businesses, including wineries in October, November, December (OND). With your favorite time of year fast approaching, you need to make sure you’re ready for action. To make your...

Vin 65 8 days ago

Cab-Francophile (An Arcanum Retrospective In Tuscany)

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It takes some serious chutzpah to pour your super-Tuscan red, sans hesitation, alongside Le Macchiole Paleo, Ornellaia, and Sassicai. Now, you might expect that kind of faccia tosta from the Italians, but in this case it came from Frenchman veteran vigneron Pierre Seillan who, alonf with winemaker Lawrence Cronin and vineyard manager Michele Pezzic...

1 Wine Dude 8 days ago

Why is Porto Overtaking Paris for Shopping and Design

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Chadner Navarro recently published a fantastic article in Bloomberg As highlighting why Porto is surpassing Paris as "the" shopping capital of Europe. There's a good reason for it. Porto isn't just an architectural wonder, with its technicolored tiles and vaulting domes, it's a hotbed of creativity! Just hang out at a […]...

Catavino 8 days ago

Republicans: Facts don’t matter, and journalists shouldn’t bother checking them

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  Matt Lauer, the host of the morning entertainment program, “Today Show,” is certainly no journalist, as his abysmal and justifiably criticized performance last week on NBC’s commander-in-chief forum made evident. He is a celebrity talk show host, and a minor celebrity himself, who gives his interviewees softball questions so they can brag ab...

Bordeaux ~ Top 10 Things I Learned From Peter M. F. Sichel ~ partie seize

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While reading Peter M. F. Sichel‘s book, The Secrets of My Life: Vintner, Prisoner, Soldier, Spy, I learned a lot about a lot… His Chapter 29, Becoming a Bordeaux Vintner was very important to me. I've been inspired by Millesima, a négociant company based in Bordeaux since 1983, to learn more about Bordeaux wines. Author […]...

Wine Blog 8 days ago

In Julia Child’s Provençal Kitchen

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Our reporter goes to the South of France to cook in Julia Child’s kitchen — and to shop, eat and learn in her footsteps.

The Pour 8 days ago

Classic Rosh Hashana Desserts Get a Professional Upgrade

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The pastry chef Alex Levin remakes his grandmother’s traditional holiday desserts: honey cake and fruit tart.

The Pour 8 days ago

The Magnificent 10: Restaurants That Changed How We Eat

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From HoJo’s to the Four Seasons, a Yale professor picks the groundbreakers in America’s culinary past.

The Pour 8 days ago

Off the Menu: Megu and Its Japanese Menu Return to New York

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Other restaurant openings include the John Lamb and Harold’s Meat & Three.

The Pour 9 days ago

Restaurant Review: At Günter Seeger NY, a Star Chef Resurfaces, Confidence Intact

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Nine years after closing his acclaimed restaurant in Atlanta, Mr. Seeger aims to conquer Manhattan.

The Pour 9 days ago

Harvesting Grapes in France, With Champagne as Reward

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Taking part in the timeless tradition of the vendange is a way to tax the body and free the mind, cheaply.

The Pour 9 days ago

Deplorables: “Hillary caused the NYC bomb”

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  It didn’t take Republicans much time to pin the New York-New Jersey bombings on—guess who?—Hillary! I’m naming names. Here’s Deplorable Laura, on Twitter: “Ahmad Khan Rahami is just another one of those peaceful Muslims that Hillary keeps talking about.” The delightful Ms. Laura also has an ungrammatic message for Democrats: “This is terrori...

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