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How do you pair wine with Indian food, vegan food, and sushi? Where should you eat in Madrid, Bangkok, NYC’s Alphabet City, and Istanbul? How do you plan a romantic dinner – or a bash for a hundred? Our team of writers – from sake samurais (yes, that’s a real thing!), to mixologists, to chefs, to expert cheesemongers – answer all these questions and so many more in our compelling articles.

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Find the best baked goods in NYC or learn more about Israeli wine — our world-travelers are here to tell about the best of the best. See you there!

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Food & Wine Guide: Paso Robles, California

You know the feeling. After a few tastings and a couple nibbles of cheese, your stomach sends you a message loud and clear. You need food. A shared charcuterie platter simply will not do. It must be something substantial that complements the lovely wines you have sipped so far as well as those that await you at the next stop. 

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My City NYC Chilly Outdoor Dining & the Push for Restaurant Business Growth

https://www.instagram.com/p/CI4ISpcH924/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link   With the recent snowstorm that rocked the East Coast, the food and wine industries are set to take another big hit, one that…

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Restaurant Recipes for the Holidays

This is the story of how two restaurants on opposite coasts celebrate two holidays: Chanukah and Christmas. Lucky for us, they were gracious enough to share their favorite holiday recipes.

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RECIPES

From decadent brunch to lunch on the go to elegant dinner for a crowd, our recipe developers and chefs create unique recipes for dishes that are crave-able and pair perfectly with wine. Each recipe has a pairing suggestion, although we always encourage you to experiment.

A Chamomile Cocktail for the Season (Whatever that May Be)  864 864 Clark Moore

A Chamomile Cocktail for the Season (Whatever that May Be) 

There are no robins. At least not in New York—at least not yet. No fountains or forsythia, cottontails or crocuses, or dappled hills of daffodils. The clocks aren’t even sprung ahead. Still, I have a friend whose birthday falls on March 1st who insists she has a spring birthday. It makes me wonder if she’s ever actually experienced it.

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Gnocchi with Browned Butter & Sage

This Gnocchi with Browned Butter and Sage is my go-to special comfort meal. Taking simple, humble ingredients and transforming them into pillowy bites with crispy outer edges is a magical experience.

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Valentine’s Day Dark Chocolate Mousse

Dark Chocolate Mousse is a classic dessert for a reason. It’s rich and decadent yet impossibly light and dreamy. This recipe features a combination of unsweetened chocolate and espresso to create a layered and deeply intense flavor that perfectly compliments the smooth and buttery cream.

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Wine Pairings

Find the best pairings for your favorite foods and holidays. We’ve got wine recommendations for everything from salads to Halloween candy.

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Food & Wine Pairing Guide: Austin, Texas

It can seem almost indulgent to be seeking out food and wine pairings while the U.S. is in the midst of dealing with a pandemic. If anything, pandemics mean drinking wine by the box and boxed wine goes with everything right?

However, for those looking for a bit of indulgence right now – here’s a list of 5 local Austin restaurants offering food and wine pairings during COVID-19:

Splurge on a tasting menu at an acclaimed restaurant.

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Food & Wine Guide: Paso Robles, California 400 400 Lori Rice

Food & Wine Guide: Paso Robles, California

You know the feeling. After a few tastings and a couple nibbles of cheese, your stomach sends you a message loud and clear. You need food. A shared charcuterie platter simply will not do. It must be something substantial that complements the lovely wines you have sipped so far as well as those that await you at the next stop. 

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Hosting a Valentine’s Wine Tasting for Two at Home

Even if your local wine tasting rooms and vineyards are closed, you can still replicate the experience at home. Wine tasting is an at-home date night or evening-in activity that allows you to become better acquainted both with your partner and your own taste preferences.

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