With spring, comes a propensity toward white wines, and this Sauvignon Blanc is a beautiful one to start with. Nimbus is a single vineyard wine from Chile, Viña Casablanca. It’s their own grapes, hand-harvested and made with care.
The goal with the new cookbook Matzo by Michele Streit Heilbrun and David Kirschner was to reinvent Passover classics with everybody’s favorite unleavened cracker—and they’ve done so in the most fun ways.
We want to make every single recipe in Melissa Clark’s new cookbook, Dinner.
Time for a cheese tasting! If you like Italy’s Parmigiano-Reggiano or Grana Padano cheese, you’ll like Lithuania’s creamier version from a cheesemaker called Dziugas. It comes to us from a Connecticut importer.
A serious Burgundy for serious wine lovers comes to you from Domaine Ninot, Rully. It makes a wonderful gift wine, or go in with a couple of friends on a bottle. Put your nose to the glass, and the aroma explodes. Think: bright cherries and berries.