Slow-Roast, Fast-Prep Leg Of Lamb Recipe

That big lamb haunch just got much easier to make
Apr 1, 2015 2:00 pm
slow roast leg of lamb

We’re working our way through British chef and “lightening-up” empress Lorraine Pascale’s new book, Everyday Easy. Just because it’s light and simple doesn’t mean it can’t be flavor-packed and beautiful. Leg of lamb just got a lot easier to make. 

Why The American Wine World Freaks Out About In Pursuit Of Balance

The hot tasting returns to NYC on February 23
Feb 5, 2015 4:00 pm

There are wine tastings nearly every day in New York and San Francisco, but few, if any, are talked about in the wine community as much as the annual In Pursuit of Balance tasting. Considering its limited scope — only Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grown in California from 33 wineries are on offer — it may be hard to understand why it’s become an unquestionably seminal event. Yet it has. Here's why. 

How To Fat-Wash Vodka And Make A Cocktail That Tastes Like California Chardonnay

A complex cocktail inspired by a wine tasting
Apr 29, 2014 3:00 pm

I was inspired to create this cocktail during a wine tasting while discussing the flavors of a big, oaky, buttery California Chardonnay. We tasted butter, tropical fruits, toasted oak, vanilla and citrus in the wine. Later, I started thinking, “Why not try to incorporate all these wonderful flavors into a cocktail?” How to do this at home, after the jump.

Around The World In 80 Wine Varietals: Chardonnay

To oak or not to oak. That is the question.
Sep 23, 2013 2:00 pm

In Around The World In 80 Wine Varietals, our contributor unearths how a particular grape drinks differently around the globe. Up next is a wine that has prompted some to brand themselves "ABC drinkers": Anything But Chardonnay. But it would be foolish to dismiss this diverse variety outright. Here's why.

16 Reasons To Not Hate On Chardonnay

The ubiquitous grape is not the root of all evil
Mar 1, 2012 3:01 pm
Chardonnay grapes

It’s at once one of the world’s most popular wine grapes and one of the most reviled. So much so that it’s earned its own pejorative acronym: ABC drinkers. (Those who will drink Anything But Chardonnay). Here are 16 reasons why these misguided imbibers should reconsider their position.

5 White Wines for Winter

White wine isn’t pants. Drink it after Labor Day!
Dec 12, 2011 4:01 pm

I used to drink seasonally: white wines in the summertime, reds in the winter. Over time, I noticed the white season getting longer. Wine isn’t like pants, after all: no white ones after Labor Day. But, among wine folk, there has long been a stigma attached to whites. They aren’t always taken as seriously as red wines, like whites are the party girl blondes to reds’ bookish brunettes. Luckily, this is changing.

6 Rules For Tasting Wine

How to attend a wine tasting without being a snob
Sep 6, 2011 2:01 pm
photo: Kiran Raja Bahadur SRK on Flickr

As a writer on the adult beverage beat, I end up at a lot of wine tastings. This means I routinely encounter pompous schmucks who believe they possess God’s own palate, and that they deserve the adulation of everyone around them for swirling some fermented grape juice around in their mouths and pronouncing it "troubling, yet brilliant." The technical term is "wine...

Roasted Veal Chops with Artichokes Recipe

Veal with seasonal vegetables and a touch of cream
May 22, 2011 3:00 pm

Artichokes are in season and the perfect place to put them to use is in this awesome recipe from Chef Laurent Tourondel. The other co-star to the veal here is black trumpet mushrooms, also referred to as Horns of Plenty, which have a trumpet or horn-shaped appearance. These mushrooms are particularly delicious and have a buttery flavor and chewy, almost meaty texture. I love to eat them simply sautéed with butter and garlic or, as here, paired with artichokes and cream.


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