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Mar 10th, 2014
  Cue Etta James. At Last! Finally someone gets it. Gets how to make an all-out true Bordeaux blend for under $20...
(L-R) Fourme d'Ambert from Auvergne, Le Chatelain Camembert, Commis Saint Antoine from Jura and Chabichou from Poitou
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Feb 21st, 2014
Come onnn…. Just say it! Cheezzzzzeee! And you can’t help but smile. Monsieur St. Valentine was a wee tardy last week delivering...
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Nov 19th, 2013
Somebody turned forty-something last week and was surprised with a birthday feast of unimaginable flavor and (because everyone needs thirds) portions. Say...
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Sep 29th, 2013
* A version of this column was first published in the on-line edition of Saturday’s Knoxville News Sentinel. Killer California Cabernets haven’t...
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Sep 9th, 2013
* A version of this column was first published in the on-line edition of Saturday’s Knoxville News Sentinel. This fall, there is...
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Sep 4th, 2013
This may truly be Washington State’s best Cabernet. Quilceda Creek has been making Cabernet and only Cabernet for over three decades now....
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Jul 31st, 2013
Back in the 1970′s, the Italian wine term “Super Tuscan” was born out of artistic necessity. Some vintners in Tuscany had felt...
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Jun 17th, 2013
How about some bowtie pasta, tomato sauce, basil and sausage with an affordable red wine from Toscana! If you’ve been following my...
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Jun 10th, 2013
* A version of this column was originally published in Saturday’s on-line edition of the Knoxville News Sentinel. This Father’s Day you...
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Jun 2nd, 2013
Budget week wouldn’t be complete without mentioning the all-American hamburger (and what to pair with it). And although the scope of what...