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Finding Culinary Victory in Victoria, B.C.

For Victoria, the long-held punchline, “Land of the newlywed and nearly dead,” no longer has merit. This city at the southern tip of Canada’s Vancouver Island has become a mecca for craft beer, artisan coffee and cocktails.

16.07.21. 16:56

Do Austria’s Wine Label Changes Go Far Enough?

European wine law often amounts to an impenetrable tangle of red tape. Well done to Austria then, for pushing ahead with a simplification of sorts. With the ratification of new regulations in June, Austria continues apace.

16.07.20. 21:17

Eating 500 French Cheeses

My fascination (read: obsession) with French cheese began after I moved to Paris and heard that Charles de Gaulle, upon being named President, quipped, roughly, “How can one govern a nation which has 246 varieties of cheese?”

16.07.20. 17:37

Havana Club vs. Havana Club

You would think that Havana Club Rum would be made in Havana, Cuba. But mainland U.S. consumers may come across a new rum on the shelves: Havana Club Puerto Rican Rum. That’s right: Puerto Rico, not Cuba.

16.07.19. 16:20

Make Cuba’s Iconic El Floridita Daiquiri

When he lived in Havana, author/adventurer Ernest Hemingway was a regular at El Floridita. He would pull up a stool at the short end of the L-shaped bar to observe all that transpired and drink daiquiris.

16.07.19. 16:19

Chefs Dish on Loathed Food Terms; The Science of Bottle Size; and More News & Notes

Don’t call your sandwich a “sando” and then describe it as “sexy” or “yummy.” So say some of the leading chefs of Seattle, when asked about their most-loathed food terms, according to the Seattle Times.

16.07.18. 16:12

Your Restaurant Road Map to the Republican National Convention

Cleveland is currently hosting the Republican National Convention, and while delegates may not know what to expect, they can rest assured that eating and drinking well will not be a problem.

16.07.18. 15:59

Where to Eat & Drink through the Democratic National Convention

Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, is hosting the Democratic National Convention from July 25–28.

16.07.18. 15:58

Fruit Forward Beers for Every Palate

Fruit beers are often polarizing—people either love them or hate them. Thankfully, there has been so much experimentation, from different base-beer styles to real-fruit additives and varying aging techniques.

16.07.15. 22:53

Sultry Zinfandels for Summer

Zinfandel has long been one of America’s favorite varieties, prized for its fruity berry flavors and spicy notes of pepper, licorice and vanilla.

16.07.15. 18:04

A Wine Lover’s Guide to Greece’s Peloponnese

Dramatic and delicious, the Peloponnesian Peninsula forms Greece’s culinary heartland. Ringed by aquamarine bays and topped by some of the nation’s tallest peaks, a trip here feels like an adventure and a journey back in time.

16.07.14. 17:45

State of the Beer Union, Your Year in Trends

Nitro Mania It’s hard to deny the beauty that is a nitro pour—the dense, pillowy head that caps a waterfall of tiny bubbles and rising waves of creamy foam.

16.07.14. 17:16

California Love: Your SoCal Getaway Guide

For the more than 20 million people who live in and around Los Angeles and San Diego, it’s never been easier to slip away for an overnight adventure that combines good eats, great drinks and stylish settings.

16.07.13. 20:24

Duane Wollmuth, Executive Director of Walla Walla Wine Alliance, Dead at 60

Duane Wollmuth, executive director of the Walla Walla Wine Alliance, passed away unexpectedly on July 11. He was 60 years old.

16.07.12. 23:25

Have $32 Million to Spare? This Winery Could Be Yours

Zaca Mesa announced plans to sell their 750-acre winery—the first to plant Syrah grapes in the Santa Ynez Valley—for the (anticipated) price of $32 million dollars.

16.07.11. 20:55

Pokémon Trainer Gym Opens at Wine Enthusiast Headquarters

After the recent launch of the wildly popular new mobile game Pokémon Go, Wine Enthusiast employees were delighted to find that the company headquarters in Mount Kisco, New York...

16.07.11. 20:54

BPA Controversy Heats Up; Gridiron Meets Vineyard; How to Have a Career in Wine & Other News

There has been a lot in the news lately about possible negative health effects caused by BPA, a chemical compound found in some plastic food packaging, and may be present in some wines sealed with a screw cap or that come in a can.

16.07.11. 17:28

Best Wine Restaurant Icons

In celebration of Wine Enthusiast’s 2016 Best 100 Wine Restaurants—our 6th-annual...

16.07.08. 22:34

Coloring Inside the Wines

We are not immune to the charms and popularity of adult coloring books. At the end of the work day, you might even find some of the staff unwinding with a glass of wine and a set of freshly-sharpened colored pencils.

16.07.08. 22:31

Find Your Gin-spiration With These London Dry Gins

If you enjoy cocktails, you need to have a bottle of gin in your home bar. And although a number of gin styles exist, if you can only have one bottle, London dry gin—with its crisp...

16.07.08. 15:49

Great Grigios

Wine snobs may look down upon Pinot Grigio, but I’m proud to say that I like it—as long as it’s the good stuff. There are extremely good, even excellent Pinot Grigios out there, although finding them can be a challenge.

16.07.07. 17:18

Uruguay’s Rising Red and White Grapes

In recent decades, South American wine, particularly Malbec from Argentina and Cabernet Sauvignon from Chile, has earned a spot at American dinner tables.

16.07.07. 15:50

Is Wine Healthy? The Public and Nutritionists Disagree

There’s a surprising gap between the American public and nutrition experts when it comes to the perception of whether wine is healthy. The unexpected part? The general public seem to be the ones erring on the side of caution.

16.07.06. 20:35

The Age of Assyrtiko

A rough, ancient carpet of volcanic rocks rolls toward an azure sea, dotted with twisted, knotted bird nests of vines.

16.07.06. 19:42

Traveling Wine Country with Children

“These kids are coming into your lives, not the other way around.” I interpret this piece of parenting advice to mean that it’s important not to abandon doing the things we love because we have children.

16.07.06. 17:10

Tennis Ace Novak Djokovic Has Purchased Vineyard Land; Bacon Vodka Brings the Police...

In the midst of this year’s Wimbledon tournament, 29-year-old Novak Djokovic has purchased vineyard land in his native Serbia.

16.07.05. 18:38

Celebrating the American Wine Revolution

Here at Wine Enthusiast, it’s sometimes easy to overlook wines that are grown in our own backyards. After all, we receive thousands of samples from dozens of countries every year.

16.07.01. 18:25

Q+A With Jason Larkin, Executive Chef for the U.S. State Department

As executive chef, Jason Larkin does a little bit of everything. He plans menus, cooks, mixes drinks, manages staff and maintains the collections of china, engraved silver...

16.06.30. 20:58

10 All-American Sparkling Wines Under $30 for Fourth of July

Whether you are grilling up some hot dogs, hitting the beach or taking in a spectacular fireworks display, these budget-friendly, all-American sparklers are your go-to bottles this Fourth of July

16.06.30. 15:20

How Much Will Brexit Impact Wine Drinkers?

The news of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union (also known as “Brexit”) has been met with shock and disbelief.

16.06.29. 23:15

Wine Enthusiast Celebrates America’s 100 Best Wine Restaurants with a Blowout Bash in NYC

On Monday, June 27, more than 200 sommeliers, restaurateurs, journalists and other wine and food professionals gathered at The Redbury Hotel in Manhattan—home to restaurant Marta...

16.06.29. 22:22

Five Northern Wines in Support of House Stark

Many Game of Thrones fans are still reeling from the conclusion of season six. Deception, disasters and dragons ruled the day and, as has become the hallmark of the series...

16.06.28. 20:14

Lost Treasures at Bollinger; Channing Tatum Launches Born and Bred Vodka, Wine Goes to the Cats

As Bollinger staff cleaned out a winery cellar stacked with old, empty bottles, they made a remarkable discovery—some 600 rare bottles of Champagne, the youngest vintage being 1921, and the oldest, 1830.

16.06.27. 20:44

Why Hybrid Grapes Matter

The word “hybrid” might bring images of high-tech, fuel-­saving cars to mind, but hybrid grapes are cold-hearty, mixed-species offerings that ­provide a unique expression of American terroir.

16.06.27. 16:07

Sipping South of Madrid

The broad midsection of Spain is a land of extremes. Traditional windmills stand juxtaposed to modern turbines. Frigid winters follow long, parched summers; spring rains are fleeting.

16.06.24. 22:23

Discovering Levante & The Islands

In the Levante, a common refrain says that nothing grows in this hot, dry, mountainous area besides olives, almonds and grapevines. Starting in Valencia, the region runs down Spain’s southeastern coastline through Alicante to Murcia.

16.06.24. 17:12

Wine and Wellness in Tuscany

When I first started covering Italian wine in the early 2000s, there wasn’t a whole lot of comfort—never mind luxury—in wine country.

16.06.23. 20:17

Marqués de Riscal Releases Frank Gehry Reserve Selection

A decade ago, the venerable Rioja winery Marqués de Riscal opened its City of Wine in the village of Elciego, the centerpiece of which is the visually stunning Hotel Marqués de Riscal...

16.06.23. 17:32

A Great Time To Try Rye

Lately, whiskey lovers have been inundated with headlines about dwindling supplies of bourbon and single malt Scotch. Don’t panic: there’s more—and better—rye whiskey available than ever before.

16.06.23. 16:44

Your Guide to the Best 2015 Rosés for Summer

Natives of the Mediterranean basin have worshipped the restorative powers of rosé for decades.

16.06.22. 21:28

AC/DC Roll Out Thunderstruck Tequila; Sunday Morning Bloody Mary’s Now Legal In New York...

Just ahead of the final leg of this summer’s Rock or Bust World Tour, rockers AC/DC plan to launch a new Tequila brand.

16.06.21. 18:11

Wine Cruises That Will Float Your Boat

One size does not fit all. Today’s bevvy of beverage-focused boats range from tiny, ultraluxurious yachts to supersized ships with fit-to-scale cellars. There’s a cruise for every type of traveler and wine drinker.

16.06.20. 17:32

Fun in the Summer Sun

The summer solstice is both the longest day of the year in terms of sunlight as well as the official start of summer, regardless of how many times Memorial Day tries to lay claim to the title.

16.06.17. 16:04

Fine Line Between Oaks and Vines

When I started my journalism career as a proofreader at The Santa Barbara Independent back in 1999...

16.06.16. 19:58

Garnacha: Looking Toward the Future

Known as Garnacha in Spain and ­Grenache in southern France, this versatile grape, once called the “Red of Aragón,” is making a comeback in its birthplace. For years, the grape suffered in its home region.

16.06.15. 20:51

A Primer on Central Spain Wines

The sprawling winelands of La Mancha and the Meseta hold more than half of Spain’s vineyards. Hot and arid, this wine country presents little variety in topography and even less diversity in coloration.

16.06.15. 19:38

Meet Victor de la Serna, Journalist and Winery Owner

A self-described “U.N. brat,” Victor de la Serna spent much of his youth in Geneva and New York City, where his wine-loving father, a journalist and diplomatic attaché at the time...

16.06.15. 19:09

Pennsylvania Will Allow Supermarket Wine Sales; Cannabis Cocktails Reach New Heights...

Pennsylvania took a step out of the Prohibition era this week when the state House voted to allow grocery stores to sell wine. The new law allows licensed supermarkets and restaurants to sell up to four bottles of takeout wine per customer.

16.06.13. 22:18

Way Out on the West Sonoma Coast

To get to Coastlands Vineyard in Occidental, California, you must traverse a series of tiny, twisty roads through shrouded redwood groves and bumpy cattle grates.

16.06.13. 18:12

Your Summer Wine and Food Pairing Guide

Summer season is upon us. And if you’re like the editors at Wine Enthusiast, you’ll agree there are few things more enjoyable than a tasty, multi-course alfresco meal that features bottles on bottles of white and red wine pairings.

16.06.13. 18:08

How To Keep Your Wines Cool

On a bicycle trip through Burgundy a few years ago, we decided to host a pre-dinner wine and appetizer party in our room for our fellow riders. We stocked up on baguettes, pâté and slices of quiche from the local bakery.

16.06.09. 16:13

Tasteology Explores How We Taste; Organic IPA Takes Off; Exploring California’s Wine Country &...

Tasteology, four new documentaries on the food industry, strives to find out what it takes to create the ultimate taste experience. As wine drinkers know, 95% of what we think we taste is actually what we smell.

16.06.07. 16:30

The Annual Auction Napa Valley Raises $14.3 Million for Childhood Education

Auction Napa Valley, the annual fundraising event held at Meadowood in St. Helena, California, featured steamy temperatures, Chef Francis Mallmann’s open-fire pit cooking and the infectious music of the 30-piece Cuban band, Los Van Van.

16.06.06. 21:58

Where to Wine & Dine in Auckland

“Thirty years ago, this was a culinary wasteland,” says Al Brown, owner of Auckland’s Depot Eatery and Oyster Bar, an unpretentious local institution.

16.06.06. 16:41

Auction Napa Valley: Then and Now

Now in its 36th year, Auction Napa Valley has been around long enough to see a baton be passed down from one generation to the next.

16.06.02. 17:27

Q+A with Actress and Winemaker Drew Barrymore

Since starring in the blockbuster film E.T. at age 7, Drew Barrymore has packed many careers into one life.

16.06.02. 16:33

Everything You Need To Know About Saké

The Basics Although it’s often referred to as a rice wine, saké is actually brewed, and its production process is more similar to beer than wine.

16.06.01. 21:51

Bordeaux’s Anticipated Wine Theme Park, La Cité du Vin, Opens its Doors

La Cité du Vin, the long-awaited part-museum, part-theme park and part-architectural wonder, opened its doors Wednesday, June 1, 2016.

16.06.01. 19:35

A Vodka That Really Puts You into a Fog; Hangover Curing Ice Cream; and Water...

Vodka can be made from almost anything, but this is a first: a limited-edition vodka made from San Francisco fog.

16.05.31. 22:44

Why We Love Spain

The dystopian novels Animal Farm and 1984 suggest that Orwell was no optimist. However, his Spanish Civil War-era quote holds true today.

16.05.26. 23:03

My Travels Through the Wine World’s Triple Crown

In this season of top-flight horse racing, there will be no Triple Crown winner. Personally speaking, however, I recently completed a trifecta of my own: visiting what are arguably considered the three top wine regions in the world.

16.05.26. 15:51

Meet Javier Barba, Spain’s Leading Green Architect

The fundamental tenet behind Javier Barba’s architecture is that the land speaks.

16.05.25. 21:24

Your Galicia Primer

Often referred to as “Green Spain,” Galicia and the northwest reaches of Castilla y León—which, for wine purposes, amounts to the Bierzo region—is the rainiest, coolest and most verdant part of Spain.

16.05.25. 20:03

The 411 on Mencía

Subtract traditional Rioja from the equation, and Spain isn’t exactly the land of elegant red wines. Spain’s tintos are usually concentrated and bullish, with size and power outmuscling finesse.

16.05.25. 20:03

Where to Drink, Eat & Stay in Galicia

Occupying the northwestern corner of Spain, Galicia is a unique part of the country that reflects Spain’s diverse history. Settled by Celts around 600 B.C.

16.05.25. 20:02

Fashion Designer Jorge Vázquez On Galicia

Growing up in Galicia, Jorge Vázquez always knew that he wanted to design clothes.

16.05.25. 20:01

Your North-Central Spain Primer

Vines grow throughout Spain, but the country’s prime sector for wine lies in the ­autonomous regions of Castilla y León and La Rioja. Spain’s most renowned wine region, Rioja follows the flow of the Ebro River.

16.05.25. 20:01

Toro: Where Bullish Wines Rule

Size matters in Toro. One would be hard-pressed to name another region in Spain that produces wines as dense, potent and hedonistic as those from this region along the Duero River in western Castilla y León.

16.05.25. 19:59

The Riches of Ribera Del Duero

On a temperate evening in late May, the veranda of the casona (manor) at Viñedos Alonso del ­Yerro, near the town of Roa, offers a soothing view of Tempranillo vines, blooming wildflowers and a slowly setting Iberian sun.

16.05.25. 19:59

The Grape Variety Behind Rueda’s Renaissance

Set on a rugged plateau tucked into a landscape of castles and medieval villages, Rueda is one of Spain’s most important white wine regions.

16.05.25. 19:59

Basque Chef Elena Arzak on Local Cuisine

Elena Arzak grew up shopping at farmers’ markets with her father, the famous Juan Mari Arzak, who helped found the New Basque Cuisine movement in the 1970s.

16.05.25. 19:58

Your Catalonia Primer

While many Catalonians might prefer to see their autonomous region secede from Spain, for the foreseeable future, the provinces of Barcelona, Tarragona, Lleida and Girona will remain part of the country.

16.05.25. 19:57

Q+A with Acclaimed Chef Günter Seeger

Nearly 10 years after closing his celebrated Atlanta eatery, Seeger’s, award-winning chef Günter Seeger recently opened his new restaurant, Günter Seeger New York, in Manhattan’s West Village.

16.05.25. 17:05

Donn Chappellet, Founder of Napa Valley’s Chappellet Winery, Died on Sunday at the Age of 84

The Napa Valley lost another of its pioneers this past weekend with the passing of Donn Chappellet, founder of Chappellet Winery on Pritchard Hill. He was 84 years old.

16.05.24. 21:36

What Grows Together Goes Together

Growing grapes is an endevour fraught with risk. Today, we’re conditioned to think of varietal wines, but this idea of just Merlot or Chardonnay is fairly new.

16.05.24. 17:19

Decoding the Judgment of Paris

May 24, 2016 marks the 40th anniversary of the Judgment of Paris, the day that California officially rocked the wine world.

16.05.24. 17:15

White Rum in the Summertime

For daiquiris, mojitos and more, white rum is a refreshing summer staple. Sometimes called silver or blanco, these rums spend minimal time in oak barrels...

16.05.23. 21:08

Willamette Moves Into Walla Walla; Champagne With Your Rolls; Japanese Whisky Goes To Washington

Several hundred owner/investors in Willamette Valley Vineyards flowed into Walla Walla on May 14–15 to celebrate the groundbreaking of their newest enterprise, the Pambrun winery.

16.05.23. 20:03

Morley Safer of 60 Minutes Dead At 84

Barely a week after retiring from a fabled career at 60 Minutes, journalist Morley Safer has died at his Manhattan home. He made his mark initially working for CBS news as a war reporter in Vietnam.

16.05.20. 17:55

A Taste of Barolo’s 2012 Vintage

Having recently returned from Barolo where I blind-tasted over 300 of the just released 2012’s, it’s time to weigh in on the vintage, which will be hitting the US market over the next few months.

16.05.19. 23:32

Take Another Look at Napa

Napa is the most historic wine region in America. Countless domestic and international tourists flood its wineries, restaurants and spas each year. But do you think you know Napa?

16.05.19. 17:01

Rias Baixas Winery Guide

sponsored by Rias Baixas is located in the Galacia region of Northwestern Spain and enjoys a cool, coastal climate that produces Albariño...

16.05.17. 22:24

Budweiser Gets Even More Patriotic; The Dude Abides But His Vineyard’s For Sale...

Budweiser is embracing its patriotic marketing in a whole new way and renaming its signature beer “America.” Budweiser’s new tagline—“In your hands you’re drinking America”—will stand through the November elections.

16.05.16. 18:54

BYOB Like a Pro

Preparing for a BYOB dinner can bring unnecessary stress. What should you bring without knowing the exact menu? What if the wine and food don’t match? The key is variety. You don’t have to lug your entire cellar to the restaurant.

16.05.16. 15:56

The Season of Saison

Now that we’ve made it through the cold winter and rainy spring, it’s time to turn our attention to warm-weather entertainment and festivities. That’s right, it’s finally summer!

16.05.13. 08:00

A Look Back at the Santa Lucia Highland’s Humble Pioneer

The wine world has always been obsessed with the notion of place, and for good reason. Certain grapes can only grow distinctively in certain locations.

16.05.12. 17:18

An Ode to Drunken Rice

In South Korea, people know how to drink. It’s part of daily life: a way to deal with a dictatorial boss, screaming in-laws and the looming threat of nuclear Armageddon.

16.05.11. 17:36

California Dreamin’ About Grenache Blanc

In the long Golden State tradition of prognosticating which white grape may pique the curiosity of Chardonnay drinkers, there’s a new competitor in town: Grenache Blanc.

16.05.10. 17:04

Destin Charity Wine Auction Helps Kids; Happy Hour To-Go; and What’s the Right Amount of Alcohol?

Last week, South Walton Beaches Wine & Food Festival wrapped up more an exciting and record-breaking four-day event filled with wine tasting, Champagne and spirits sipping, seminars, live music.

16.05.09. 22:27

Pouring Over Portland

Portland is one of the culinary, wine and beer capitals of the West Coast. With the Willamette Valley an hour south and Mount Hood to the east, the Rose City is close to wine and the wild outdoors.

16.05.09. 17:31

The Legacy of Mondavi

Alucky few may get to taste old and rare vintages of Robert Mondavi wines, beginning with the 1966 Unfined Cabernet Sauvignon, sourced from the To Kalon Vineyard. By 1971, it was simply known as Reserve.

16.05.05. 19:31

Remembering Denis Malbec

I was in the midst of a perfect night, the lingering hours of my son’s 11th birthday celebration, with our closest friends and family.

16.05.05. 17:54

Kings of Northern California

Some of the coolest Northern California vineyards have yielded notable top-rated wines.

16.05.02. 22:20

The Fork Awakens in London; Spirit Watches Sell Out; Mad Scientist Invents Actual Jäger Bomb

Movie fans have two new watering holes to try this summer. Opening June 22 in a secret London location, a pop-up restaurant named The Fork Awakens will offer guests a unique dining experience set in a galaxy far, far away.

16.05.02. 21:04

My Month of Drinking Naturally

The offer came by email. Chambers Street Wines, one of New York City’s foremost purveyors of European Rieslings and grower Champagnes, and now apparently all-in on natural wines...

16.04.28. 19:46

LVE & Love: An Exclusive Interview with John Legend

John Legend is best known for the huge romantic hit, “All of Me,” inspired by his wife, model Chrissy Teigen; and the song “Glory,” written and performed with rapper Common for the movie Selma.

16.04.26. 03:03

Drake’s Virginia Black Whiskey To Launch May 1; World’s Best Somm Named...

The official release date for Drake’s Virginia Black Whiskey is May 1, 2016, and it will debut in California, New York and Nevada before rolling out across the rest of the U.S. and internationally.

16.04.25. 21:19

A Whiskey Shortage is on the Horizon. Or is it?

Is there going to be a whiskey shortage? Should we stock up now before it’s too late? These are the questions I’ve been fielding lately, thanks to recent news stories about an impending whiskey-pocalypse.

16.04.25. 19:38

Planet of the Grapes: Your Eco-Friendly Wines

With the farm-to-table movement still picking up steam by the day, environmentally healthy practices have resonated with consumers not just for the benefits to the Earth, but for an increase in quality and flavor. What we’ve learned?

16.04.22. 21:33

Chasing The Steak That Got Away

Lifestyle and Entertaining Editor Mike DeSimone waxes poetic on the quest to rediscover the perfect Spanish chuletón

15.12.01. 17:20

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Világevő, 16.07.20. 21:12

Jön egy székely és egy magyar külföldről Budapestre...

A vicc folytatása szerencsére az, hogy itt meg is állapodnak, és aztán nagyon egyéni, különleges és főleg laza és mégis magas színvonalú ételeket főznek a megújult Babelben.[...] Bővebben!

Világevő, 16.07.19. 19:33

Szombaton lesz a talán legjobb balatoni program!

Tavaly ott voltam az első Bohém Légyotton, és nem túlzás azt állítani, hogy egy hihetetlenül hangulatos programról van szó, finom borokkal, jó hangulattal, nagyon normális emberekkel egy fantasztikus helyen...

Limara péksége, 16.07.17. 17:43

Amerikai almáspite

A kedvenc pitém. Vaníilia fagyival verhetetlen.A piacon gyönyörű, zöld színű nyári almákat kaptam, talán fontosalmának nevezik, de ebben nem vagyok biztos. Savanykás, az tuti.

Chili és Vanília, 16.07.15. 20:15

Egyben sült csirke nyári céklákkal

Vasárnap délelőtt, lassan ébredezik a város, a Tűzoltó utcai kézműves söröző udvarán azonban már korán reggel nagy az izgalom.

A bűvös szakács, 16.07.05. 09:41

Iskolatáska teszt

Nyakunkon az iskolakezdés. Ilyenkor minden szülőnél felmerül a kérdés, milyen szempontok alapján válasszon iskolaszereket a gyermeknek.

Chili és Vanília, 16.07.04. 09:21

Sütés nélküli sajttorta csatos üvegben

A Nők Lapja mostani számában amerikai ihletésű recepteket találtok tőlem: hamburger tépett sertéshússal, nyári lazacleves csöves kukoricával, ragacsos, csípős csirkeszárny, többek között.

Limara péksége, 16.06.29. 14:19

Ropogós sajtgolyók

Számtalanszor hallom az ismerősöktől, hogy imádom a rántott sajtot, de nem készítek, mert annyira macerás.

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