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July 27, 2001
Chef, author and teacher Joyce Goldstein's latest book is Enoteca: Simple, Delicious Recipes in the Italian Wine Bar Tradition. An enoteca is a place in Italy to have a quick glass of wine and a light meal or snack.
July 23, 2001
The best selling book Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser exposes the powerful fast food industry.
July 18, 2001
New Napa Valley, California Winery: Nickel and Nickel broke ground in Oakville restoring a 42-acre site. Small-lot, single vineyard wines will be made by the partners of Far Niente.
July 16, 2001
The 8th Annual Hands Across the Valley fundraiser for Napa Valley safety-net food programs will be help on Saturday, August 4th from 5:30 to 10:00 pm at Niebaum Coppola Estate Winery in Rutherford, CA. Call 707-226-6136 to purchase tickets or tables.
July 14, 2001
Russ Parsons, Food Editor of the Los Angeles Times, explains the science behind the culinary arts in his new book How To Read A French Fry: : What Happens When Oil Meets Water and Other Stories of Intriguing Kitchen Science
July 11, 2001
Wine Spectator magazine's 2001 Readers' Poll voted New York as America's Best Restaurant City (31.1%), with San Francisco second (25.1%) and Chicago third (8.5%).
July 8, 2001
Master Sommelier Evan Goldstein offers food and wine paring at: www.eatdrinkdine.com. You'll also find grape resources, a glossary, wine regions worldwide and educational information from one of America's foremost wine scholars.
July 4, 2001
Summer is the time to enjoy fruit...the boysen, a hybrid cross between blackberry, raspberry and loganberry, was developed in the 1930s by Randolph Boysen in Napa, California. And the olallieberry, a cross between two blackberry hybrids, thrives on the coast of California near Santa Cruz.
July 1, 2001
Time to bring out the BBQ! Best-selling author Steven Raichlen has a new cookbook called