Drink some Pink this Summer and Fight Breast Cancer

Tweet Peju Province Winery is joining the fight against breast cancer by donating 25 percent of sales from its new Peju Pink wine to the Avon Foundation Breast Cancer Crusade, a 501(c) (3) public charity whose mission is to provide access to care for breast cancer patients and to work toward finding a cure. Peju’s […]

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Will someone Get Adam a Dulce de Leche con Brownie??

Tweet This is an e-mail I got from Adam Riff, who deserves to get a little gelato love, no? Read on, dear friends: This is a request for your participation in an inconsequential campaign of tasty proportions. I’ll begin with the basics, you can continue onto the backstory if you wish. THE CHASE: WHO?You! And […]

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ReMARKable Palate Podcast #88

Tweet ReMARKable Palate #88: Trans Fats, Canola Oil and Biodiesel. On today’s program, we talk about the confusing world of cooking fats. We speak with Bill McCulloch from Bunge oils about trans fats and why they are not so healthy. We also learn about alternatives based on Canola, and how various cooking oils are being […]

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Congratulations to the Dornenburgs

Tweet Congratulations to our friends Andrew Dornenburg and Karen Page. Their book What To Drink with What You Eat was recently named 2007 Cookbook of the Year at the annual IACP conference in Chicago! From their blog: Tuesday, April 17, 2007 — This past Friday night, we found ourselves in bed recovering from what we […]

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ReMARKable Palate Podcast #87

Tweet ReMARKable Palate #87: Albariño On today’s program, We explore the queen of Spanish white wines, Albariño. This special grape is native to the Rias Baixas region of Galicia in extreme northwest Spain, an area known for its green, rolling hills, cool wet climate, and the distinct character of the Gallegos, whose celtic ancestors came […]

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Nice mention for the CPN

Tweet I ran across this review of podcasts which mentioned the CPN. it’s from a group blog called Feed Me/Drink Me, and this post was made by a chef who goes by the nom de plume Live To Eat: There are so many new food podcasts each day I could never catch up. It seems […]

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Sake Classification Chart

Tweet Here is the classification chart Michael John Simkin mentioned in the ReMARKable Palate Podcast #86. Enjoy! food, food podcast, cooking, sake, Michael Jon Simkin, ReMARKable Palate, Culinary Podcast Network, Gilded Fork

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ReMARKable Palate Podcast #86

Tweet ReMARKable Palate #86: Sake Selections On today’s program, we sit in on a sake seminar led by Michael John Simkin, an American who knows as much about this amazing fermented rice drink as any Japanese person! Michael leads us through the fermentation process, and we taste two different sakes. We also have the honor […]

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Chef Mark on the Radio in Ecuador!

Tweet I just had a surreal experience. I was interviewed for a radio show in Guayaquil, Ecuador called El Aguacate (The Avocado). It was fast and furious, and we had a problem with the connection at first, but we spoke about steakhouse trends and they asked for my recommendations for a good side dish for […]

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Restaurant Recommendations for Podcamp

Tweet If you’re coming to NYC for Podcamp April 6-7, you may want to eat once or twice! Since so many wonderful people are joining in with the spirit of the unconference and sharing resources, I thought what better way to share my chef’s knowledge than to recommend a few worthwhile places to eat in […]

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