Food & Drink

July 19, 2012

What we’re reading, 5 food, drink and travel reads from around the web

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Earlier this week I shared what I’ve been reading online; this came about from last weekend when someone asked me “who do you read?” the answer to that is like asking how many grains of sand are on the beach. Social media comes at you fast and it can be overwhelming,  it’s challenging to keep up with [good] information. Locally in South Florida I read South Florida Daily Blog, just like the editor states on his site, he sifts through the news in the South Florida blogosphere [and aggregates it] so you don’t have to; this makes for an easy one-stop-shopping read. Other than South Florida Daily Blog, here are the food, drink and travel highlights of what I’ve read recently.

Recipes for Summer Corn a variety of ways to prepare summer corn with gorgeous pictures -The New York Times

Think While You Drink: In Defense of Wine Snobs, Lettie Teague breaks it down -The Wall Street Journal

What Puts Diners in Restaurant Seats? Hint: Not Social-Media Reviews  -Forbes.com

Oxford Symposium on Food & Cookery takes on all things wrapped and stuffed; Get your food bizarre on with mummy dust, haggis & bog butter -Food Republic

Working Out … at the Airport, healthy food choices, yoga and walking paths at airports -Wall Street Journal

 

 







 
 

 
Jordan Chef’s Reserve Caviar by Tsar Nicoulai

Jordan Winery Debuts Its First California Caviar

The luxurious taste of caviar has been a part of Jordan Vineyard & Winery’s elegant hospitality for decades, and the French-inspired wine producer’s connection to this culinary delicacy reaches new heights this month with...
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Taste History Culinary Tours

Summer Schedule Announced for Taste History Culinary Tour in Palm Beach County

Taste History Culinary Tours of Palm Beach County has listed its summer tour schedule for 2017. The Taste History Culinary Tour is four-hours and a combination of bus riding and 4 to 6 blocks of walking. Three to four eateries ...
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BAILEYANA

Niven Family Wine Estates: Baileyana

Niven Family Wine Estates is a family wine company in the truest sense. Family patriarch, Jack Niven, pioneered wine grape planting in the Edna Valley in the early 1970s, and today, his children and grandchildren are carrying o...
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Sunset chaser

Summer Value Wines

Brancott Estate Sauvignon Blanc 2016 SRP <$15. Sauvignon Blanc is grown almost everywhere in New Zealand, but in Marlborough this variety finds its utmost expression of anywhere in the world. Winemaking influences are kept t...
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