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    Chicken is like the blank canvas of the culinary world. Mild and amenable, it’s an easy vehicle to bring global flavors to life. So this summer, instead of...


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  • Pairing for Spring Dishes

    Spring has arrived, supposedly. Judging from the freezing temperatures and snow flurries outside, a healthy dose of doubt is warranted. But very soon there...


  • Cabernet State of Mind

    Having just returned from California, and Napa Valley specifically, I’m in a bit of a Cabernet state of mind, not that there is anything wrong with that....


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    With Valentine’s Day approaching we in the food and wine writing business start to focus on the obligatory food and wine article designed to guide you all...


  • Pairing with Spanish Classics

    Sometimes one feels like a nut, sometimes one doesn’t. I may be reaching here, but I love the simplicity of this statement, and to paraphrase while...


  • Pairing with Wild Mushroom Lasagna

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    I never gave sparkling wine a fair shake (no pun intended). Like most people, my first exposures to sparkling wines were New Year’s Eve parties as a kid....


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    I recently tasted my way through five domestic caviars; excellent options in a world where the finest caviar is priced like the finest Burgundy. Caviar is...


  • Wine to Pair with the Feast of the Seven Fishes

    While this is a classic Italian, and more specifically Southern Italian, way of celebrating Christmas Eve, its broad appeal is undeniable. What could be...


  • 7 Courses of Win for the Holidays

    We recently concluded our People’s Voice Awards Epicurean Edition after receiving tens of thousands of votes for delicious recipes and their wine pairings....


  • 5 Basic Pairing Concepts

    We’re heading full steam into the holiday season, the time of year most people find themselves in front of seemingly endless shelves of wine wondering what...


  • Pairing Pinot Noir

    Pinot Noir has become a serious contender in the world of fine wine. There was a time when the name Pinot Noir was an obscurity amongst the average wine...


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    Roast turkey is a classic holiday meal, but it really tends to only be part of the whole picture. Unlike many other main courses, there is a set of dishes...


  • People's Voice Awards: Epicurean Edition

    We’re back with a new sweepstakes and a great new contest. In light of the overwhelming success of Snooth’s first People Voice Wine Awards, we are...


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    It’s funny how people like to stay within their comfort zones. When most of us get into wine, it’s usually a question of French or Italian. As we explore...


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