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Empire State of Mind

I could dream about living in New York City every night and never get sick of it. I everything everything about it – from the honking yellow cabs to quiet strolls in Central Park – I adore it all. 304 more words

Italian Spice Tortellini Shrimp

As a Portuguese purebred I grew up eating fish and by that I mean like 4 times per week. I grew to love the way fish tasted with specific spices and herbs. 255 more words

Garlic

Happy Easter!

We want to wish our readers a happy Easter! Remember, Jesus turned water into wine, so he’ll always be awesome in our book! This morning, we were really in the mood for mimosas. 101 more words

White Wine

Today's Wine Review

Spring is well under way with sunny skies and warmer temperatures. Sitting around soaking up some sun and gentle breezes also includes sipping lighter wines. Red wine is always in for some, but spring and summer offer lighter fare, more salads, grilled chicken and chilled beverages. 216 more words

Wine Blog

The "real" Pinot Grigio

Pinot Grigio has acquired a bad name over the last few years – the popularity and mass commercialisation of the grape has resulted in the production of an alarming amount of of cheap, overly simplistic wines. 318 more words

Wine

Green with Curry

I really out did myself with this Green Curry.  I had vegetables on their way to their deathbed and decided to use them up in a curry.   209 more words

Food

Hemingway's Favorite Hamburger; Pinot Grigio

I love to read. I love to cook. I love wine. OK – how do I intertwine all of my favorite things? By cooking Ernest Hemingway’s favorite hamburger, of course!

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Wine