A Chef's Kitchen

(757)564-8500 501 Prince George Street
Williamsburg, VA 23185-3664
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  • Like many foodies, I adore oysters on the half shell. One of my first jobs working in a professional kitchen as a kid, after I was promoted from the pot sink, was shucking oysters and serving them iced on the half shell. I got very adept at opening them very quickly – but of course, who doesn’t prefer to have someone open their oysters for them?... Read More

    From the article Nonconformist Oyster & Wine Pairings


  • In this case, a '79 Mondavi Chardonnay Reserve stole the show. Just the fact that it was still upright, despite passive cellaring (another from a previously discussed estate sale my neighbor scored on) was enough to write about. However, this surprisingly gave some real, almost sublime pleasure, despite being on the precipice of oxidation. It dr... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Mature Wines


  • Located in the heart of Sonoma Valley, Villa Terra Nova offers visitors a spectacular private vacation destination while they explore Sonoma wine country. Designed for short and extended rental arrangements, the beautifully landscaped property includes a 5,500-square-foot, five-bedroom Mediterranean villa and a two-bedroom guesthouse. The spacio... Read More

    From the article Mediterranean Accommodations in the Heart of Sonoma at Villa Terra Nova


  • Thought this was an interesting mailer I'd share with you all. Already forwarded the e-mail to Fox as he is one of the few champions of Dolcetto that I know. This would also fit in well with the "weekday wines" thread. Fox and I agreeing it's a good week day pasta night wine, or even a 1st wine in a flight of Northern Italian Reds. To all Best W... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Are you down with Dolcetto?


  • Hi guys:I was at a local wine and liquor store today; I buy quite a bit of stuff from them but don't really know any of the staff. It was quite warm and I was out running errands. I decided to stop by and pick up a few bottles of inexpensive wine (sub $15) that I can use in part for cooking.I guess maybe my hand was a little sweaty or something ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Ever break a bottle of wine...


  • - possibly the #1 Faux Pas for Wine Dining is to bring a wine that is available on the venues wine list and pay the Cork fee, and it did happen tonight. Belle Gloss Clark and Telephone. Read More

    Forum post in the topic #1 Wine Dining faux pas nominee


  • I know of just the perfect company to go to for this adventure.  My friend Karen Herbst of The International Kitchen.  She has been doing just this for the past 30 years.   Please contact me for more info-  sue@pointofdeparture.proWheels, Wine, and Gastronomy - NEW  The vibrant World Heritage city of Florence is one of timeless beauty. It is the... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Private wine Guide in Tuscany...


  • Today the Cayman Islands loom large as a holiday destination. Long beaches of white sand, glorious accommodations, and an impressive array of restaurants cater to a broad cross section of travelers seeking out relaxation and a slower pace of life, if only for a few days. Not surprisingly, many people make the move to these island destination wit... Read More

    From the article Life on the Cayman Islands - In words and recipes


  • Okay, since you have been to Mauritson, I'm going to leave that off my list for a side trip into DCV, but if you head up that way, I think you should visit the following:Bella--awesome cave cut into the side of the mountain, a new chef in the tasting room who has a Michelin star in his background, and really good Zins; at least one SVD will grab... Read More

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  • We're heading back to (my favorite wine region) Russian River the first weekend in October and are looking for advice on what to do and what to expect.  We've been to RRV several times but only during the off season.  Is there anything special we should do at this time of year, and conversely, is there anything we should avoid? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Seeking Advice for Russian...


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