During my regular trip to the TD Bank in Harwich Port, I was pleasantly surprised by the recipe below. Maureen prepared this tasty spread for sampling today and it was great (Okay, I tried it four times). Prepare and chill this 2-3 hours before serving. Throw in a bottle of sauvignon blanc, and I think […]
Thanks to Jeff at Norabella’s and Dominic from Bertani Wines and Sterling from Ruby Wines, our distributor and coordinator for the wine dinner.
The food and wine were outstanding and paired very nicely. Dominic, in addition to talking us through wines from the northeast of Italy, brought an extra treat: A 31 year old bottle of Bertani Amarone for us all to taste and it was delicious! But I’m getting ahead of myself.
We are undertaking a bit of an experiment here in sleepy little Harwich Port: I had the pleasure of visiting The Family Pantry here in Harwich. After a complete tour courtesy of Mary Anderson, the Executive Director, I felt compelled to contribute in some way. Knowing I was not going to donate alcoholic beverages to […]
In a side-by-side comparison with one of my favorite bourbons, Gentleman Jack, the depth of flavor of the Noah’s Mill is readily apparent and far superior. While Gentleman Jack is a great top-shelf bourbon, it pales in comparison with Noah’s Mill.
So here’s a cigar so delicious it becomes the cigar of choice for our summer trip to Las Vegas.
So here’s something you don’t see every day; a beer that tastes like banana bread. Who’d a thunk?
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I had the great pleasure of visiting France last week for a week of mostly family reunion. Spring was in full bloom and temperatures were in the 70’s. A day trip to the region of Vouvray gave us a chance to enjoy that great weather and taste some fine white wine from the region.
The weather last night was threatening enough that I wasn’t sure I would make it to this event. Joselle and I, along with 18 other intrepid food and wine lovers, made our way to a wonderful wine dinner on Wednesday, January 26. At a cost of $65 per person and given the friendly nature of the group, the expertise of our wine rep Lori and the delicious creations of chef Jeff, this meal was clearly a bargain!
But it wasn’t until I actually tasted them – one then the other – that I appreciated what a superior scotch Famous Grouse is. If you want to kick it up a notch without breaking the bank, try the Black Grouse.