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Steve Unwin

You’re in a restaurant, and you’ve confidently ordered off the wine list. The sommelier brings your bottle, hands you the cork and pours you a small taste. Now what? Stay calm. Don’t sniff at that cork. This ritual isn’t just… [Read more...]

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Katherine Ramos

A friend recently called in distress. “I’m trying to make pumpkin truffles, but I had no idea how complicated this was going to be. I’m supposed to heat the chocolate up to between something like 97.3 and 97.5 degrees, and… [Read more...]

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Katherine Ramos

Grass-fed, pasture-raised beef makes for happier cows, happier land and happier eaters. But sustainable, conscionable ranching has traditionally been carried out by very small, very local operations. Does caring about meat within the larger ecosystem have to mean caring for… [Read more...]

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Katherine Ramos

Just about every family has a unique recipe that’s always part of their Thanksgiving spread. So in celebration of one of our favorite holidays, we challenged members to show us their most unusual recipes that, for them, it just wouldn’t… [Read more...]

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Katherine Ramos

As this week of Wine Wisdom draws to a close, we’re pleased to introduce a new feature to help you learn more about the delightful intricacies of wine. Starting next Friday, we’ll be launching a new weekly feature called “Ask… [Read more...]

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