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Magazine articles on cooking, food, wine, and restaurants.
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Seasoned Cooking
April 2007
Ronda L. Carnicelli
Fresh Fruit with Mascarpone Creme Fresh fruit looks beautiful on a plate -- and tastes delicious when dipped in this rich Italian cream cheese. mark for My Articles 230 similar articles
April 9, 2007
Robert Parker
Expect A Line For Loire 2005 Here are three notable winemakers from the Loire Valley that should be on your shopping list. mark for My Articles 191 similar articles
Real Travel Adventures
April 2007
Debra Amundson
Dining In The Dark Zuriis, in Zurich, Switzerland is the first of a new and extremely successful dining trend. The majority of the restaurant and bar staff are blind. mark for My Articles 120 similar articles
April 2, 2007
Robert Parker
Old Aussie Vines, New Tricks David Powell helped growers in Australia nurse vineyards back to health, and they now produce shiraz and grenache for Torbreck wines. Here are some of the current releases. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
March 21, 2007
Brownie Points Mary Louise Butters's sweet and tasty Brownie Butts are chocolatey chunks made from the edges of the brownie pan, the most coveted part of every batch. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
Scientific American
April 2007
Steve Mirsky
Doughnut Try This at Home People love to tinker. And so they often combine already good things to come up with newer, seemingly even better things. Iodized salt. Vitamin D fortified milk. Fluoridated water. Now add a newcomer to the list of such hybrids: the caffeinated doughnut. mark for My Articles 12 similar articles
March 26, 2007
Robert Parker
California Pinots To Rival Burgundies If you're interested in purchasing Pinot noir, you should get on the mailing lists of wineries that catch your eye. mark for My Articles 219 similar articles
Chemistry World
March 14, 2007
Karen Harries-Rees
Chemistry Gives Winemakers Control Scientists have found links between the chemical composition of Shiraz red wines and their mouthfeel, textural characteristics that could give winemakers greater control. mark for My Articles 251 similar articles
March 13, 2007
Dippity Do Da Dippin' Dots are now available online. mark for My Articles 128 similar articles
March 2007
Kerry Howley
Bar Brawl An EU trade dispute over the labeling of vodka is pitting country against country. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
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