The concept of terroir generates lots of disagreement in the wine world. (“Terroir “ is the French word that refers to the claim that the
This question was prompted by an interview with Tracie McMillan, author of a new book called The American Way of Eating: Undercover at Walmart, Applebee’s,
One of the true joys of drinking wine is the opportunity to discover new varietals. For me the Monica grape is one such discovery. Seldom
News items you might have missed this week, some amusing, some not so much: Here are some useful wine-pairing principles from Palate Press. The Wine
Comfort vodka anyone? A new trend seems to be sweeping the restaurant/bar scene–gummy vodka, cookie dough vodka, bubblegum vodka, chocolate milk vodka… I have no
Epicurus, the Roman philosopher who lent his name to the pursuit of the pleasures of food, was not merely a philosopher who also loved food.