Results tagged with 'piemonte'
Published Feb. 14, 2013
We all have a go-to grape, don't we? It may not be the best wine out there and it certainly may not be the most expensive, but that doesn't matter. It's a wine we know we love and that we know we enjoy. And isn't that what wine is really all about?
Published Nov. 11, 2009
Last night I tweeted from the first installment of The Pasta Tree's proposed 20-dinner series, "Discovering Italy One Region at a Time," which featured the northwestern region of Piemonte, where my roots lie.
Published June 18, 2009
The warmer weather and thoughts of the first beer of Summerfest have inspired an eclectic array of recommendations this week in the editorial office. From a flavorful twist on a time-honored snack like sunflower seeds (pictured), to a book about wine, a chilling collection of photos, a tasty burger, a convenient breath-freshener and a great shoe sale and repair shop, we've got you covered.
Published Nov. 17, 2008
While I might quibble a little with the menu -- being a Piemontese purist and all -- I'm happy that Il Mito Enoteca hosts a "Regional Tour of the tastes of Piedmont" dinner on Friday, Nov. 21 beginning at 7 p.m. I bet Chef Michael Feker will uncork some great barberas for the occasion.
Published Oct. 28, 2008
Eldina Long and Erica Malan of Italy's Gruppo Teatro Angrogna, from the town of Angrogna in the Val Pellice west of the Piedmontese capital of Turin, were at Festa Italiana last summer to do demonstrations of the classic "cucina povera" soup from their area.
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