While this video displays I have a lot to learn about being on camera, it was such fun to make! I joined the Edible on the Road gang at Mattebella Vineyards of a spotlight on Long Island wine. Take a look!
Pacific Northwest Native Americans are said to be the first to use cedar and alder wooden planks over open flames to capture the flavor of smoked wood for cooking fish, meats and vegetables as opposed to just salting and drying fish to preserve. This type of smoking is also popular with early Scandinavian immigrants who […]
The annual Cutchogue Holiday House Tour will be on Saturday, December 3. A $75 ticket will get you entrance to four decorated bed-and-breakfasts—Fig & Olive B&B, North Fork Guest House, Sannino Vineyard B&B, The Farmhouse B&B—plus the New Suffolk Historical School House and the Cutchogue New Suffolk Historical Council. Each b&b feature one winery—Bedell Cellars, Sannino Vineyard, Scarola Vineyards, Sparkling Pointe; a local […]
Intrepid travel writer Marla Cimini wrote a Q&A article with me about my book, Behind the Bottle, for Wine Cooler. Not only does the article cover what’s in the book, it has recommendations about the hot grapes, producers and vintages.