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2011 Ribolla Gialla, Colli Orientali, I Clivi. Quite light, lime, white peach. A summery wine on a winter's night.
There are 5 teens, 2 from S Korea, making bibimbap (rice with seasoned veg, gochujang, fried egg) in our kitchen!
Here are the whites. Our favorite was Laurent Barth Pinot d’Alsace.
Here are the reds. Our favorite was Francesco Rinaldi Grignolino D'Asti.
Our middle schooler's wknd homework: create a project abt something he cares about. This is what he did. #newtown
07 Fleurie, J Desjourneys. Smoky, bit of cinnamon, raspberry. Not typical Fleurie. Pinot-ized after 5 yrs. Great!
We've bought new juicers, but none work as well as this beat-up 50s classic we just found at an antique shop.
Nicely corny cornbread made w/ Ayers Creek Farm meal, ground from Amish Butter corn, a flavorful popcorn variety.
This is Vermont right now. It's a brisk 11 degrees F and we're making cast-iron skillet cornbread.
Street cart full of durian fruit in Chinatown, with a long line of customers.
Today’s roadside moose. We’ve lived in Vermont a long time, but we never get tired of seeing them.
Some of our lavender, dipped in frothed egg whites & sprinkled w/ fine sugar. We're adding the sprigs to iced tea.
The new issue is all about different pastries, and here’s the cover!
Fresh picked (& peeled!) asparagus straight from our garden. Along with an
05 Schloss Wallhausen Riesling Spätlese.
Doris, our circulation mgr, picked wild morels for us! We're sautéing them
w/ a little sauce of cream & vin jaune.
Ostrich Fern fiddleheads exploding from the ground!
Love the art George Bates created for our 25th Anniversary Cookbook so much that we're making a T-shirt to sell!
Tastes like chicken ; )
Doris, our Circulation Manager, got this near-ripe black sapote at "Robert is Here,"
the Homestead FL fruit stand.
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