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  • Wine of the Week: 2012 La Fenêtre A Côté Rosé Santa Barbara County

    Wine of the Week: 2012 La Fenêtre A Côté Rosé Santa Barbara County
    Except for the color, a deep rose, the 2012 A Côté Rosé is reminiscent of a Bandol rosé. Perfumed with strawberries and rose petals, this year it's 100% Pinot Noir (previous bottlings have been a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot) and one of the best rosés I've tasted out of California. It has a wonderful delicacy, crisp acidity and long smooth finish. A Côté — "next door" — is the second label of La Fenêtre Wines, founded in 2005 by sommelier Joshua Klapper. For this wine, he sources the grapes from vineyards in Santa Barbara County. And at $15 or less, it's well priced for summer drinking. Keep a bottle on hand in the fridge.
  • New alleys toss old concepts of 'bowling food' in the gutter

    New alleys toss old concepts of 'bowling food' in the gutter
    A new genre of bowling alleys across Central Florida is striking a chord with foodies. Once the home of dried-out hot dogs on spinning heated rollers and cardboard-cradled pizzas, bowling alleys have undergone a culinary and design renaissance in recent...

    Beets are back

    Beets are back
    Chef Scott Ryan might be the rare person who did not have a scarring experience with beets as a child. The instructor at Baltimore's Stratford University culinary school was on his honeymoon in Paris when he and his wife packed a picnic that included...

    Something worth waking up for

    Something worth waking up for
    The moment is approaching once again to spring ahead. Early this coming Sunday morning, the second Sunday of March, we set our clocks forward by one hour to begin Daylight Saving Time. That practice first became widespread during World War I, a way to...

    SERIOUSLY SIMPLE: When there's no kitchen, go for no-cook summer dishes

    SERIOUSLY SIMPLE: When there's no kitchen, go for no-cook summer dishes
    Wouldn't you know it? Upon returning from a dreamy Alaskan cruise, my husband and I were met by my daughter, whose first words were, "Now don't freak out, but there has been a flood in your kitchen." I didn't freak out -- until we came face to face...