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Video: Sous Vide Wagyu Beef Cooked Two Ways
 

Video: Sous Vide Wagyu Beef Cooked Two Ways

Video: Sous Vide Wagyu beef cooked two ways Two styles, one ingredient. The two famous brothers Bryan and Michael Voltaggio are presenting two great Sous Vide dishes at the Star Chefs Congress in New York, 2010. Be inspired and experience their interpretations of Australian Waigu beef tongue and cheek.

2012 Mollydooker Blue Eyed Boy Shiraz

17 August 2014

Wine Review: 2012 Mollydooker Blue Eyed Boy Shiraz, South Australia Despite the heavy fruit weight for the Mollydooker Blue Eyed Boy Shiraz (81%), no amount of performing the Mollydooker shake will alter the over the top flavors this Shiraz brings to the table. First, let me make this perfectly clear. Nobody loves big red wines […]

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Summer Sippers: Thai Gimlet

13 August 2014

Summer Sippers: Thai Gimlet Revered for its timeless craft cocktails, intimate Hollywood ease and ode to local flavors, Portland’s Driftwood Room at Hotel deLuxe returns this summer with a bill of new cocktails embellished with fresh herbs from Hotel deLuxe’s rooftop garden and olive oil and lavender harvested from Oregon’s adored Red Ridge Farms.  

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Oregon Chardonnay Takes Center Stage

11 August 2014

Oregon Chardonnay Takes Center Stage Willamette Valley produces some mighty fine Pinot noir. The region also produces some great Chardonnay, and vintners planted plenty of it during the post-prohibition era in the 60s and 70s. Yet, many drinkers are not familiar with their whites. There are some interesting experiments going on right now, which are slowly […]

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2011 Willamette Valley Vineyards Chardonnay

09 August 2014

Wine Review: 2011 Willamette Valley Vineyards Chardonnay Estate The Willamette Valley Vineyards Chardonnay is a labor of love. It takes nearly a year to complete its process from whole cluster pressing to a slow cold soak and a once a month lees stirring. This wine is very bright and lively with a unique flavor profile that […]

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2011 Stoller Reserve Chardonnay

07 August 2014

Wine Review: 2011 Stoller Reserve Chardonnay The fruit that went in to 2011 Stoller Reserve was sourced from their oldest plantings of Chardonnay on the estate. Clones 95, 76 and 96 (planted in 1995) make a unique wine with lots of character and creaminess that comes from barrel fermentation. The wine has great acidity that […]

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Summer Sippers: Rosemary’s Baby

06 August 2014

Summer Sippers: Rosemary’s Baby  Revered for its timeless craft cocktails, intimate Hollywood ease and ode to local flavors, Portland’s Driftwood Room at Hotel deLuxe returns this summer with a bill of new cocktails embellished with fresh herbs from Hotel deLuxe’s rooftop garden and olive oil and lavender harvested from Oregon’s adored Red Ridge Farms.  

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