Recipe: Extreme Grilled Paella
Its official name is “Extreme Grilled Paella,” which is in my top ten list of dishes to cook. The name is my own brainchild, and my version is an adaptation to the traditional version created in Spain. Let me tell you, people, this dish is…
Supporting Local Wineries
It is no secret, many local wineries are small businesses. Wineries rely heavily on events, wine clubs, and retail and tasting room sales to keep their doors open. Throughout the wine world, the emphasis has been placed on supporting local wineries. But the call to…
Trends: Will The Rosé Rush Be Crushed?
As the temperatures begin to rise, once again, there will be a return of gobs of rosé. The pink juice has continued to grow and become more popular over recent years. Warmer weather generally means a significant increase in sales for the pink drink. U.S….
The Secret To Making Mouthwatering Cauliflower Crust Pizza
Let’s be real: I have created recipes for many different types of pizza. This recipe is the first I have created for a completely vegetarian pizza; it’s one of my best. The mouthwatering cauliflower pizza crust does contain egg, so it can’t be considered vegan….
The Beauty And the Danger Of Wine Buying
We have all been in the wine shop scanning the isles trying to figure out what wines to purchase. Wine buying can be frightening. Well, I have a few wine buying tips for you that might actually help you with selecting wines you will enjoy….
Perfect Pairing: Shrimp And Mussel Pasta Paired With Papagiannakos Assyrtiko
Lately, seafood has been on my mind. Let me tell you when I start pondering what seafood dish to make, my brain starts moving one hundred miles per hour. Of course, this time, it landed on shrimp and mussel pasta. It was so good, so…
Quick&Easy: Vegetable Curry — Warm & Spicy
Lately, I have been trying to reduce my consumption of meat. Not that I don’t enjoy eating meat, but I equally love great-tasting veggie dishes. Spicy vegetable curry isn’t for everyone. But, the great thing about this type of cuisine, you can always skip the…
Bottle Notes: The FMC Chenin Blanc 2016 — Ken Forrester
During my early wine tasting years, I spent much time trying to navigate my way through the world of wine. At that time, The FMC Chenin Blanc wasn’t even close to being on my radar. Oh… what in the world was Chenin Blanc? I have…
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