Everyone who knows me knows I love whiskey. Bourbon, Irish, Scotch, Rye…. It also is welcome to me. This summer, I enjoyed a great deal of Kentucky classic’s, especially Knob Creek and Harper’s. A liquor store near my office is selling
Aaaaaahhhhhh—Derby Day. Yes the Juleps are being poured. But for those who want something else, here is an option. Stone Hill Winery of Missouri makes a nice sparkling wine for $14 a bottle. We like to pop a blackberry or
Well, that bottle went quickly. The sweltering season is upon us—with the thermometer oozing over 90 degrees, and nary a breeze to be found. In such weather, sure, an icy, light-bodied beer can refresh. But our palates cried out for
by B.D. Fischer Traditionally, I eat fried chicken (a notorious difficult wine pair) for the Super Bowl, and I intended to get takeout from this hip new Korean wing joint in Edgewater but that provide impossible this year for reasons
Becky Sue Epstein has done a fine thing—she has produced an authoritative and easy-to-read primer on bubbly in a mere 132 pages. Epstein has been exploring and writing about food since the 1980s, and her experience shows. She deftly covers
Bubbly is a gift to mankind. Organic bubbly is, well, a gift wrapped within virtue. We enjoyed sharing this organic sparkling wine with a couple guests. Indeed, we enjoyed it so much that the bottle disappeared within half an hour.