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Archive for October, 2007

An article on Dec. 7, 2005, about the wine shop Sherry-Lehmann and its training of part-time workers for the Christmas season, referred incorrectly to the family of the owner, Michael Aaron, who commented on handing off the company to the next generation. Mr. Aaron has a son, Alexander; he is not childless. The error was […]

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Eau de Vie - Graveyard Cellars

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Graveyard Vineyards’ vineyards are located adjacent to the historic Pleasant Valley Cemetery in San Miguel, just outside of Paso Robles. Thus the name Graveyard Vineyards. Their moniker “Curious Name, Serious Wine” is very fitting. …
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Dec 08, 2007 (Sat): Taste For A Cause?
Castoro Cellars will be hosting its annual open house weekend on December 8th and 9th to benefit the American Red Cross. 100% of the $5 tasting fee will be donated to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund to help out those affected by the Southern California […]

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Good Taste Takes a Holiday

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Reporters from the Dining section asked chefs, cooks and recovering trick-or-treaters about their favorite Halloween treats from the past and the present.
Originally Syndicated via RSS from NYT > Dining & Wine

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The Bartender Who Started It All

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

A new biography brings to life Jerry Thomas, the first bartender to publish a drink book in the United States.
Originally Syndicated via RSS from NYT > Dining & Wine

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Good Taste Takes a Holiday

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Reporters from the Dining section asked chefs, cooks and recovering trick-or-treaters about their favorite Halloween treats from the past and the present.
Originally Syndicated via RSS from NYT > Dining and Wine

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The Bartender Who Started It All

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

A new biography brings to life Jerry Thomas, the first bartender to publish a drink book in the United States.
Originally Syndicated via RSS from NYT > Dining and Wine

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Wegmans Sets Standards for Shrimp

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Wegmans has announced that it will become the first supermarket chain to adopt strict environmental and health standards for the farmed shrimp it will sell in its stores.
Originally Syndicated via RSS from NYT > Dining & Wine

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A Little Bit of Work and a Lot of Satisfaction

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Fergus Henderson, best known as the leader of the modern cult of offal, makes a roasted beef-marrow dish, which is a delicious no-brainer to make.
Originally Syndicated via RSS from NYT > Dining & Wine

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Wegmans Sets Standards for Shrimp

Wednesday, October 31st, 2007

Wegmans has announced that it will become the first supermarket chain to adopt strict environmental and health standards for the farmed shrimp it will sell in its stores.
Originally Syndicated via RSS from NYT > Dining and Wine

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