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Beer Landscape Of New Orleans

Here’s a good overview of the state of NOLA brewing. All sounds quite positive so long as over-hopped IPAs aren’t indiscriminately peddled as good craft beer, as they have most elsewhere in North America. alcoholBeergastronomynew orleans

Château Latour 1917

I had the good fortune to be able to taste a 100 year old Château Latour this past week. Now I’ve never had any strong desire to experience a vintage merely for its exclusivity and I certainly would not ever pay even a fifth of the market price for the privilege, however fantastic a wine…

The Cooking Gene

Looking forward to this. Here’s an interview with the author Michael Twitty.     gastronomyjewish foodkosher foodmichael twittysoul foodsouthern cuisine

A trick of the tail

It used to be, not that long ago, that though oxtail was one of the cheapest cuts of meat, it was without doubt also one of the tastiest if one was into comfort food (soup and stew) of the slow cooking variety. These days I’m gobsmacked by the high price of oxtail — I’ve seen it being…

A Salt Tasting: How Do They Stack Up?

Mary Murphy offers an overview of some of the good stuff, a world away from the nasty salt that most people are exposed to. I am familiar with A, a version of C, E, F, and H. For A, E, and H we purchased large sacks in Guérandeto to encrust a fish on a BBQ. The Canadian…