…vineyard-designated Cabernet I ever heard of was Joe Heitz's Martha's Vineyard. It was, back in the day, the most famous Cab in Napa Valley, and if it's lost a little of its luster in the glare of so many newer brands, it's still well-regarded. I don't recall the first single-vineyard Pinot Noir I ever had. The first one I ever reviewed in my wine diary was a 1982 from Louis K. Mihaly, with a Napa Valley appellation. The label said " Produced and …
…very moist. If it's from a commercial bakery, you could have fooled me.
Generous servings - all this and a soda set me back $ 12. Sorry my Cod Squad partner Martha couldn't join me for this one. She won't be able to do it next year, either. But you should.
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…, in 2011. The novel is the intricate epistolary story of a German man who adopts a new identity in America and goes for an adventure with his 6-year-old daughter—an adventure that is not all it seems. Goldstein and Gaige talked about their editorial relationship, the impact the late Weil had on Gaige's life and career, and the music of George and Martha yelling at each other.
…of a particular plot of land and geographical trope, as in the iconic Heitz " Martha's Vineyard" Cabernet Sauvignon. So theoretically — there's that word again — a wine produced from a single vineyard or a particular lot or block of vines in a vineyard will represent higher quality (and of course command a high price) than a wine with a broader background; anyway, that's the argument. The scenario doesn't always work out that way, and the proliferation of …
This is bluefish crudo. Whoa, raw bluefish. I ate this not long ago on Martha's Chris Fischer , the former chef and current farmer who I believe sells produce to several hip restaurants, including the Andrew Tarlow joints. Anyway, bluefish is oily and very strongly flavored and isn't something that I think of eating raw. But this fish had been caught earlier in the day and it was beautiful, simply served with lemon, olive …at a dinner hosted by
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3) Six ofesteemed chefs recently came together to talk - not about food - but about breast cancer in . Each chef created a 30 second video, where they answered the question, " What Does MA Mean to Me ?"
…Cakeology,by , by Martha, JannaBee's, O'Sugar! Cakery, Sweet Creations by , Whole and Good Cupcakes.
2) Boston magazine is hosting a decadent evening to celebrate the talented pastry chefs that proudly stand behind culinary scene. magazine's Top Desserts event is an evening to taste selections from numerous restaurants in the city. Part of the proceeds from the delicious …
…tech and finance as well as other industries, major research centers and the jet-set destinations of Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket, it's fair to say there's a large population interested in wine. However, the state is one of the hardest for retailers to ship wine into. Fortunately for the locals, this lack of external competition doesn't lead to a poor selection and high prices; some of the state's wine shops offer some terrific wines and, even reasonable prices …
…history. The Krug '74 F1, The Heitz '74 Martha's, the Dunn Howell Mountain, the Martini Cabernet. I was, and still am, in the trenches, presenting, weaving stories, telling about the ‘77's, the ‘85's, the ‘92's to the clients , sommeliers and salespeople who are looking at the ‘07's, ‘08's and ‘09's.
…Burelli Sisters, patterned after the Boswell sisters all the way to having the same first names, Connee ( Grace Holdstock), Martha ( Frankie Jenna) and Helvetia, or Vet ( Soophia Foroughi).