No good bargains in California wine.
How does a place so conducive to cultivating wine grapes produce so much cheap swill and overpriced mediocrity? Why is the good stuff—what there is of it—so egregiously expensive? And why has California given rise to such an obnoxious wine culture?
There's No Such Thing as a Wrong Number
"Unless you're a wine drinker," he said, "it looks like you've dialed the wrong number." He paused a second and then smoothly ... wineries to private individuals who otherwise probably wouldn't have access to such wines, which range in price from around ...
5 Tips for Cooking with Wine
Ted Loos, our resident expert on all things oeno, recently conducted an informal experiment in cooking with wine, attempting to answer the question: Just how good does a cooking wine need to be? That is, is there such a thing as a wine that's too good to ...
Sangrias in the Lehigh Valley: The Broadway Social pours Watermelon Basil Sangria in Bethlehem
After the watermelon puree is added to the brandy, schnapps and triple sec, the mixture is then combined and poured over ice in a tall wine glass. Bartenders will pat the basil leaves -- a process Milani says she and other bartenders there call "spanking ...
Don’t Worry, There Is No Such Thing As A Fried Chicken Oreo… Yet.
With the way that Nabisco loves trying out different flavors of Oreo cookies around the globe, it’s hard not to believe that a fried chicken flavor ... photoshop of the watermelon-flavored Oreos package, and I’m afraid to know if there’s a joke ...