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  • Apicius: Ancient Roman epitomized life of excess

    Apicius: Ancient Roman epitomized life of excess
    Apicius was such an over-the-top foodie, even by the grand standards of the Roman Empire, that his name not only became synonymous with the culinary high life but, so scholars believe, also the popular title for a cookbook formally known as "De re...
  • Wines for simple grilled pork tenderloin

    Wines for simple grilled pork tenderloin
    It's always nice to have wines around that are flexible with various dishes; that way, you needn't fret over assuring you've stocked the "right wine" for a particular preparation. Looked at another way, it's even better to have recipes that are flexible...
  • Italy's islands produce noteworthy wines

    Italy's islands produce noteworthy wines
    How does Italy, a country just three-quarters the size of California, annually produce one-fifth of all the wine in the world? By planting grapevines everywhere. (Look, there they are in the median on the A1 autostrada from Milan to Florence!)...
  • PasoWineApp, your guide to the Paso Robles wine country

    PasoWineApp, your guide to the Paso Robles wine country
    Now that it’s prime wine country visiting season, Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Mendocino and closer to home, the Central Coast, are all vying for tourist dollars.  Paso Robles, though, stacks the deck with its new PasoWineApp (free at the Apple App...
  • Two wineries plan to produce a crowdsourced wine

    Two wineries plan to produce a crowdsourced wine
    What are the chances that two wineries, one in California and one in Washington, come up with an idea to crowdsource a wine and launch within a week of each other? Odd but true. First comes a breathless news release from Columbia Crest announcing that...
  • ChocoChicken Beer & Bourbon, Petrossian wine dinner, Bourbon Steak early bird menu

    ChocoChicken Beer & Bourbon, Petrossian wine dinner, Bourbon Steak early bird menu
    ChocoChicken hosts its first Beer & Bourbon Festival on Saturday from 1 to 6 p.m. Breweries showcasing their beers on the ChocoChicken patio will include Spaten, Stella, Hanger 24 and Drakes. Customers will receive a free beer glass when they buy their...
  • Wine Find

    Wine Find
    From: California Price: $12 Serve with: Grilled beef or lamb; pasta This is a great red wine value highlighting one of California's most underappreciated grapes: petite sirah. This intensely fruity, full-bodied wine gives the impression of sweetness...
  • 100 cooking classes in Chicago area

    100 cooking classes in Chicago area
    Cooking schools and classes are listed in alphabetical order by category; general classes are listed by geographic area. Fees are listed when given. Inclusion does not imply endorsement by the Tribune. NEW signifies that this is the first time the class...
  • Wine lovers' week in Central FL

    Wine lovers' week in Central FL
    Wine lovers, start your palates. The first event to whet your whistle comes courtesy of Quantum Leap Winery (1312 Wilfred Drive, Orlando), who will host Italian winemaker Roberta Bricola for a "Women for WineSense" tasting. The educational event will pair...
  • Dining scene: From waffles stuffed with lobster to chicken pomegranate stew

    Dining scene: From waffles stuffed with lobster to chicken pomegranate stew
    The Brass Tap 950 N. Congress Ave., Suite J100, Boynton Beach, 561-413-3782, BrassTapBeerbar.com Michael Gilbert and his wife, Stephanie, have opened a branch of this Tampa-based craft beer and wine bar in the former Shane's Rib Shack in Boynton...
  • Chile's sauvignon blanc for all tastes

    Chile's sauvignon blanc for all tastes
    If you want a sauvignon blanc that tastes like the Loire's Sancerre — citrusy, scented of minerals and finishing with zippy acidity — you can buy it from Chile. If you want a sauvignon blanc that's like those from the warmed vineyards of...