Archive for the ‘Food & Wine’ Category

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The Stuffing ~ Since 1994, The Ultimate Thanksgiving from Bon Appétit Paired with some favorite wines

DISCLAIMER: Wine-Blog is a journal of my PR wine activities and learnings. 1) I occasionally write stories about wine clients, but don’t charge them for that time. 2) All wine reviews originate from free samples, sent by PR people representing the brands. 3) Images are mostly mine, some are purchased, a few rare ones are […]

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The Bird ~ Since 1994, The Ultimate Thanksgiving from Bon Appétit Paired with some favorite wines

DISCLAIMER: Wine-Blog is a journal of my PR wine activities and learnings. 1) I occasionally write stories about wine clients, but don’t charge them for that time. 2) All wine reviews originate from free samples, sent by PR people representing the brands. 3) Images are mostly mine, some are purchased, a few rare ones are […]

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How Legal Plant Medicine is shaping Culinary Arts ~ The Herbal Chef

Posting from a press release… This isn’t in the future, anymore. It’s our present, and I endorse the health benefits of marijuana. All images have been borrowed from The Herbal Chef, Christopher Sayegh‘s Instagram page. (I’ve only edited the following, as I use the Gregg Reference Manual, in my writing.) CANNABIS CUISINE, A CEREBRAL EXPERIENCE […]

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Pinot, Pasta, and Parties, by Dee Dee and Paul Sorvino

From Spaghetti and Meat Balls, to their favorite veal stew, Pinot, Pasta, and Parties is a great primer on authentic Italian cuisine. Written by Dee Dee and Paul Sorvino, this is one Italian cookbook that belongs on anyone’s shelves, who love Italian foods. It’s filled with special dishes that we all know and love as […]

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Symbiosis in the Alentejo ~ Wine Grape Growing and Olive Grove Harvesting

The Old World, brought to me gratis of Enoforum Wines… My exposure to Portugal was a paradigm shift in so many ways. It helps that my DNA dates back to Europe, because it was a return to my roots, and recentered my origins. I’ve traced two forefathers to Scotland and England in the mid 1600s. […]

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Earth Day at Iron Horse 2017 ~ Remembering And Honoring Our Roots

I’m so pleased to be part of this important day, now more than ever. Our client The Rubin Family of Wines is going to be participating. I couldn’t be more pleased. Jose and I will be attending again this year, as we have for the past many now. It’s a very special day that’s hosted […]

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A Sweet Unlikely Food and Wine Pairing ~ 2012 Stemmari Cantodoro + Dana Confection Company

In December, I received samples from the Dana Confection Company. These hand-made confections, as much as I wanted to just jump right in, had to wait. I had too much holiday activity swirling all around. The unique confection samples sat on my desk, waiting for me to come back down to earth. Meanwhile, I had […]

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Appellation St. Helena (ASH) hosting its premiere annual wine and food pairing event

bASH St. Helena With so many options, I remember reading once, “I can enjoy food and wine everyday, with all of the offers out there.” I thought, “yup.” I also don’t usually advocate for events I haven’t attended (yet). This one, however, given the who, what, when, and where, I don’t have to attend to […]

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Food and Wine Pairings with Cesari Amarone by Mario Menozzi ~ #IAMarone

I was offered an interview with Mario Menozzi, of Cesari Verona in Veronese, Italy, because I can’t attend any of their 80th Year Anniversary of celebrating. All of the events are happening in New York City, and it’s impossible for me to be there for any of them right now. HAPPENED: Uncle Jack’s Steakhouse Midtown ~ […]

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How Wine Travels Impact a Wine Road Warrior ~ #IAMarone

Thanks, Radical Cartography, for this borrowed map image, in order to show how Europe and the US have regional differences, base on borders. As an employee of wine companies, I had the privilege of being a frequent flyer. There are only 10 of our 50 states I haven’t visited. They’re in the deep south and […]