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Wine Photo Of The Day: Cellar Mold

Take a look inside the caves of Cune winery in Rioja, Spain. The mold is a function of temperature, humidity, and the passage of time.

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Sept. 3: Desserts

Kitchen Counselor: The skinny on stir-frying

The French may be the leaders of setting the cooking terms and techniques in the modern world, but it was the Chinese who were the inventors and innovators in the ancient world.

The Road to the 38: The $100 Chicken at Canada's Edulis is Worth Every Cent

Restaurant Editor Bill Addison is traveling to chronicle what's happening in North America's dining scene and to formulate his list of the essential 38 restaurants in North America. Follow his progress in this travelogue/review series, The Road to the...

Wine + Food Wire: 10 Charleston Wine + Food Tickets to Grab Tomorrow

The BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival launched their new website and list of events for the upcoming 2015 season. Tickets are snapped up in a matter of moments, and those wanting first dibs will need to sign up...

Food 4 Less averts strike by reaching tentative deal with SoCal union

Grocery chain Food 4 Less has tentatively agreed on a new contract with the United Food and Commercial Workers union, averting a potentially crippling strike.

Have You Eaten the Food of the World's Fourth-Largest Country?

On a warm, late-summer Wednesday, inside a restaurant on a typically urban East Boston street, Retno Pratiwi and Andrew Gelling carry an exquisite—and enormous—platter of food past a roomful of waiting eaters. “This is a dinner, served family style, that in Indonesia is to celebrate life,” she says.

The 10 Healthiest Fast Food Meals

Want to avoid the ‘fattiest’ fast food in America but can’t quite give up your favorite chain restaurant? Gym chain Gold’s Gym, begun in Venice, California, in 1965, has partnered with well-known British chef Robert Irvine to create the first-ever “Golden Plate Awards,” which selects the 10 healthiest dishes from fast food and casual dining restaurants across the country. An American adult ...

Twitter helps Chicago find sources of food poisoning

By Shereen Lehman NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – When Chicago health officials saw Twitter users complaining about local food poisoning episodes, they reached out on Twitter to those users and often ended up charging the restaurant in question with a violation. “We know that the majority of cases of foodborne outbreaks really never end up getting reported to the local health department anywhere in ...

Brooklyn's Trendiest Dining Reservation May Be in a Dumpster

You’ve heard about Dumpster diving, but how hip are you to Dumpster dining?

Missed Connections: Five Missed Connections at Denver Dining Establishments

Although the dining rooms of the city are filled with many happy couples, they are also inhabited by lovesick diners looking to catch the eye of that special someone. Sometimes, these people take to Craigslist to try and find that...

Dining Confidential: YEW Seafood's Pastry Chef Bruno Feldeisen Shares His Favourite North Van Secret Bistro

Vancouver is home to a lot of restaurants and bars, but there are tons of hidden gems that the majority of Vancouverites aren't unearthing. To help guide us to these potential discoveries, we've enlisted some of our city's food players...

Coming Attractions: 8 Facts You Should Know About Continental Provisions

Will upcoming gourmet super group Continental Provisions spearhead the revival of the French Market as a culinary powerhouse? All signs seem to be pointing to yes, with even French Market executive director Jon Smith calling the Cleaver & Co./St....

Wine + Food Wire: What to Expect From Year 10 of the Wine + Food Festival

Hailing from a similar job in Greenville, Gillian Trimboli-Zettler took the position of executive director at the BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival earlier this year and jumped straight into the mix of chefs, volunteers, ticket-holders, and pretty much everyone...

Wine + Food Wire: What to Expect From Year 10 of the Wine + Food Festival

Hailing from a similar job in Greenville, Gillian Trimboli-Zettler took the position of executive director at the BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival earlier this year and jumped straight into the mix of chefs, volunteers, ticket-holders, and pretty much everyone...

Will wine lovers have to pay more after Napa Valley quake?

Last weekend’s earthquake in northern California may have done over $1 billion in damage. Given the location a fair amount of that may impact the famous wineries that dot the region. Wine is a $13 billion industry in the Napa Valley and anything that affects its bottom line could end up hitting wine lovers across the country.

Dining Unleashed: California Has Legalized Outdoor Dining with Dogs

Not that you'd know it from the average SF patio, but bringing your dog to eat outdoors with you is technically illegal in the state of California—or it was, until yesterday. Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill that will...

Coming Attractions: Dinner Lab to Host First Pop-Up Dinner September 26

Photo courtesy of Dinner Lab Pop-ups and experimental dinners have been a hot dining trend in recent years, and Denver will see another concept in the mix by the end of the month. Dinner Lab, a membership-based social dining...

Wine cost: What's in that bottle?

What makes one bottle of wine cost $15 while another goes for $1,000? Joe Bastianich of CNBC's "Restaurant Startup" explains the cost of wine.

Gourmet Ghettos exhibit at Magnes to celebrate religious rituals around food

“Gourmet Ghettos: Modern Food Rituals,” is a new exhibit opening soon at the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life at the University of California, Berkeley.

Wine About It: Somm SLAM with Detroit Wine School at Bacco

Bacco. The food trucks and pop ups are covered. Next up: dinners where culinary creations are thoughtfully paired with wines. Learning about wine doesn't necessarily mean tasting in a vacuum. Noticing how certain wines enhance or detract from a...

On the ‘Taste of History’ Set: My Interview with Chef Walter Staib

If you’re into cooking shows (and who isn’t these days?), one of the most unique ones out there is “a Taste of History” on PBS. Starring the legendary, three-time Emmy award winning host Chef Walter Staib, proprietor of the City Tavern in Philly and author of six books, the show transports viewers back to the “golden age of dining,” the 18th century. When I watch the show, like most other ...

Coals Artisan Pizza Flagged in 'America's Favorite Food Cities' Survey

Food & Wine Magazine's September issue reveals the results of their "first-annual, quasi-scientific, potentially controversial" survey on the country's "best food destinations." Some of "the most intriguing findings" include a commendation from Julian Van Winkle III for Coals Artisan...

The Dannon Company Launches New Source for Cooking with Yogurt

The makers of Dannon® Oikos®* and Stonyfield Organic yogurts have teamed up with TV Chef Michael Symon to announce today the official hunt for the next two Everyday Chefs on Better

Family cooking is not on menu

A fifth of eight to 15-year-olds say they have never cooked at home, while 54 per cent of parents claim that a lack of space prevents their children from cooking.

Barcelona Cooking, Most Recommended Recreational Cooking School In Barcelona, Dishes Up Demonstrations, Tours And ...

BARCELONA, Spain, Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Barcelona Cooking is the most recommended recreational cooking school in Barcelona according to the travel industry's most important critics, other travellers. ...

Food Allergies More Common Among Inner City Kids, Study Finds

Title: Food Allergies More Common Among Inner City Kids, Study Finds Category: Health News Created: 8/22/2014 12:36:00 PM Last Editorial Review: 8/25/2014 12:00:00 AM

Athletes Give Chinese Dumplings a Try at the Youth Olympic Village Healthy Cooking Workshop

At the Healthy Cooking Workshop in the Youth Olympic Village , it has become a common site to see lots of young athletes decked out in chef coats and hats as they carefully prepare delicious food.

Gourmet Retailer Seeks Entries for Retailer Award

Through Sept. 5, The Gourmet Retailer is accepting nominations for the outstanding independent kitchenware retailer of the year. To nominate an independent kitchenware retailer, call or emai l The Gourmet Retailer 's Editor-in-Chief Anna Wolfe at 207-773-1154 or . Please include the name of the store, owner's name, email and phone.

California wine country quake losses seen in the billions

A strong earthquake that jolted residents of California's Napa Valley wine country from their beds on Sunday caused insured property damage likely in the hundreds of millions of dollars, but the region's total economic losses will be several times that, experts said on Monday. The magnitude 6.0 quake, the biggest to hit California's Bay Area in 25 years, struck before dawn on Sunday near Napa ...

Clear Tasmanian east coast waters yield first sea salt venture in 180 years

A new gourmet sea salt production plant is capitalising on the clean waters off Tasmania's east coast, yielding its first batch in nearly two centuries.

How the California Earthquake Will Affect Wine Prices

Many wine fans may breathe a sigh of relief that damage from Sunday's earthquake, while devastating for some residents and Northern California wineries, will likely not affect U.S. vino prices yet.

New York City's Top Food Entrepreneurs to Join Natural Gourmet Institute's Food Entrepreneurship Certificate Program

Budding entrepreneurs to learn the recipe for success in NGI's new program (PRWeb August 25, 2014) Read the full story at

BeeLine Provides Ultimate Dining Experiences at the Hottest Restaurants in the San Francisco Bay Area

BeeLine today announced the San Francisco Bay Area launch of its social dining service that provides premier culinary experiences with a personalized touch. BeeLine has teamed up with top restaurants throughout the Bay Area to not only ensure reservations, but to offer unique, customizable dining events.

What's the deal with food recalls?

In summer 2014 alone, the Food and Drug Administration has announced 37 different recalls, market alerts and safety withdrawals related to food. What does that mean to you, the consumer?

Couple arrested for stealing gallons of used cooking oil

A New York couple was busted for allegedly siphoning hundreds of gallons of used cooking oil from Long Island restaurants, Suffolk County police said. Domingo Santos, 40, and his girlfriend...

Wine + Tech: Measuring The ROI Of Digital Media

ROI for wine brands is no longer slippery or elusive. In this first of a series, we look at two very different case studies -- from Constellation Brands and Cornerstone Cellars -- on wine ROI for digital media.

Airlines soaring to gourmet perfection with top chefs

In an effort to delight the taste buds of well-heeled travelers, airlines around the world have enlisted the help of starred chefs to create menus worthy of some of the best restaurants on the ground. First class passengers on flights between London and Hong Kong will savor the resulting meals from September and through the end of the year. Uwe Opocensky (Mandarin Oriental Hong Kong) and Dean ...

National Casual Dining Brand Reignites Franchise Efforts

Unlimited growth potential is in the air, or at least that seems to be the case for Boston’s Restaurant & Sports Bar , the casual-plus dining concept that combines a family-friendly restaurant and separate sports bar under one roof.

Making 'sexiest wine on the planet'

Wine has been produced in Lebanon for thousands of years but conflict across the Middle East has hit sales and production in recent times. Now the country's winemakers are adopting new tactics to get their products noticed.
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