This fabulous French country dish did not make a grand comeback in the eighties and nineties–but we’re hoping it will over the next decade. People are a little intimidated by it, perhaps, because it raises so many questions about cooking and serving; it’s one of those French classics fraught with controversy. We say: relax!
Raucous Blow-Out at Terroir in Murray Hill (NYC): Sneak Peek of the David Rosengarten Wine for Food Portfolio
My beloved group of new wine imports–each one of which says “A David Rosengarten Wine for Food”–took a giant leap forward yesterday as we hosted over a hundred very enthusiastic trade people and press people at Paul Grieco’s shrine to Riesling in Manhattan, Terroir in Murray Hill.
Pancake variations have gone through the roof at brunch-y or fancy breakfast venues. Here’s a creative spin that I particularly love.
For years there have been rumors circulating in the scientific community that our solar system is inhabitated by yet another heavenly body.
Pluto may now be questionable…but Meatball is indisputable! You can prove its existence by walking into any Italian restaurant on Earth not serving radicchio.
For many decades, this great vegetable soup–a specialty of Liguria–has been the headliner soup in Italian-American restaurants, and has been simmering in the pot of many an Italian-American grandma. There are many, many forms of it–both there and here–but the American minestrone most typically includes…
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Journalist, television personality, and cookbook author, David Rosengarten has covered great food products, restaurants, wines, gastronomic travel destinations, and related subjects for over 25 years...
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