• On Chasing Truffles

    Sometimes you just can tell it’s not your time. Taking a look at pictures from Piedmont this time of year, those posted on social channels and sent by...


  • Vegetarian Dishes for Autumn

    A funny thing happened on the way to growing old, I mean growing up. For several reasons I’ve found myself eating less meat. Part of the reason is simply...


  • Life on the Cayman Islands - In words and recipes

    Today the Cayman Islands loom large as a holiday destination. Long beaches of white sand, glorious accommodations, and an impressive array of restaurants...


  • Celebrating an Abundance of Apples

    Living in New York I'm used to appeal season, in fact a grew up farming apples part of the year, though admittedly not in New York, in fact in Trentino...


  • Chef Shetty - In words and recipes

    Last year we were fortunate to work closely with the Cayman Islands, promoting the islands as an epicurean destination, as well as a pretty beautiful and...


  • Bob's Clam Hut delivers freshness, simplicity

    Though Labor Day has come and gone, there is still a short window of time to conquer any last summertime activities before taking out the sweaters and...


  • 6 Great Wine Lists

    With harvest truly getting underway in northern California, up to know it's mostly been early whites and grapes for roses and sparkling wines, the hoards are...


  • Fun and Flexible

    This past Wednesday I published an article on five, admittedly obscure, wines worth tasting this fall. As is generally the case when one suggest obscure...


  • Grilling Skewers

    Hosting a party is a double edged sword. On the one hand you get to control everything, the guest list, the date and time, and of course the menu, but on the...


  • Grilling Shellfish

    With Labor Day right around the next corner this weekend represents the last big chance at summer fun for many. I know there will be a lot of grilling going...


  • Preparing a Better Burger

    The arrival of Umami Burger here in NYC is being treated by some like the lowering of the lifeboats from the Titanic! People of age have been taking to...


  • Adventurous Grilling

    Pork: the other white meat. I think that might still be used to promote pork, it’s a catchy phrase and one that instantly associates pork with healthy...


  • 5 Great Recipes for Corn

    There are few foods that seem to be able capture the imagine of so many people. While the fringe element obsesses over things like ramps and fiddle heads I...


  • Pairing Summer's Salmon

    After writing this week's article that focused on local food festivals I realized, perhaps almost too late, that the Copper River Salmon season is rapidly...


  • Summer Squash on the Menu

    It’s time. produce is rolling in so now is the time to take advantage of what's local, fresh and delicious. It seems like summer squash is almost always...


  • 5 Summery Dishes For Roses

    With my mind on rose wine recently I've been looking forward to a nice, calm, and seasonably warm but enticingly pleasant weekend spent outdoors entertaining...


  • Grilling Guide: Pork

    Pork is probably the second most commonly grilled meat, probably the most common if one were to mistakenly include barbecued meat here as well; fighting...


  • Grilling Guide: Beef

    Beef is the granddaddy of grilling. Not only is grilling a traditional way to cook beef, but there’s also so much more to beef than, say, chicken. After...


  • Summer Grilling Whites

    While I love a big, thick juicy steak grilled over hardwood, I find myself more often opting for something a little lighter. Grilled chicken and seafood...


  • Eric Guido's Pasta Alla Norma

    It’s strange as I sit here in the same backyard that I grew up in. I feel like that’s not typical these days. People growing up in a house, in a...


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