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Wine Tasting July 9 Vintages Release Recommendations

The theme for this release (more than 140 wines) is Smart Summer party and Cool Crisp Cool-Climate Chardonnays. One sweet sherry, one Bourbon, and several rose wines complete the release. Most white wines of this release are light.

16.07.11. 17:22

Crème Fraiche – the French Luxury

Crème Fraiche Crème fraiche is a silken delight, derived from cow’s milk, by French gourmets with ingenuity only they possess.

16.07.08. 13:09

Trier on the Mosel River

Trier on the Mosel River Trier with a population of 110000 is located on the Mosel River. It is possibly one of the most charming and walk able cities in Germany.

16.07.01. 13:04

Wine Tasting June 25 Vintages Release Recommendations

Vintages Release Recommendations The theme of this release is the wines of southern France, mainly Rhone Valley, Cahors, Languedoc, and Gaillac.

16.06.24. 13:11

Eat Better, Live Better, Feel Better

The author suffered terrible pains caused by a herniated disk. Doctors said that they could operate to relieve at least some of the discomfort but there was no guarantee.

16.06.22. 12:03

Deliciously Ella

Deliciously Ella Every Day is an inspiring book full of new , imaginative, and ingenious recipes to promote health, and a live a happy life.

16.06.22. 12:00

The Armenians in Modern Turkey

Talin Suciyan, received her PhD at Ludwig Maximilian University in Munich, where she currently teaches a course titled Near and Middle Eastern Studies.

16.06.16. 12:59

Wine Tasting June 11 Vintages Release Recommendations

Wine Tasting June 11 Vintages releases more than 100 wines on a bi-weekly basis. This division of the L C B O has become the go-to source of wine aficionados to satisfy their curiosity in new taste profiles.

16.06.10. 13:13

What is Government Good at?

The author, a professor of Universite de Moncton (New Brunswick) has authored numerous books on governments- how decisions are made, offices created, structured, and managed.

16.06.09. 19:15


Any nation with a love for grilling loves to use marinades and rubs. Both enhance the flavour of foods, tenderize them and make them more palatable.

16.06.09. 19:12

The History of Wine in 100 Bottles

The History of Wine in 100 Bottles, an oeuvre of prolific English wine writer Oz Clarke, tells the story succinctly and well, with appropriate illustrations that support the topic.

16.06.09. 19:09

The benefits of bitter vegetables

bitter vegetables In the in extreme southern and northern hemisphere regions with cold to very cold winters, people spend more time indoors, become physically less active, and consume heavy, fat-laden foods.

16.06.09. 10:50

Bouchard Pere et Fils Annual Toronto Tasting of 2014 Burgundy wines

2016 Bouchard Pere et Fils Annual Toronto Tasting of 2014 Burgundy wines Burgundy is a fabled French wine producing region famous for its outstanding chardonnay and pinot noir bottlings in successful vintages.

16.06.03. 11:46

The ten essential traits of management

traits of management The hospitality industry employs millions of people. Some positions require little or no skill, others adequate training or two to three year apprenticeship (i.e cooks, in some countries servers, front office clerks...

16.06.02. 18:04

German Wine Festival 2016 – Toronto

German Wine Festival German vineyards cover 100000 hectares (One per cent of world’s...

16.05.30. 20:49

Greek wine Festival 2016 – Toronto

Greece has been on the forefront of wine making and trading in the ancient world. Greek traders introduced wine to Romans, established several cities with wine making facilities and planted vineyards.

16.05.29. 13:13

Australia Wine Tasting 2016 – Toronto

Australia Wine Tasting 2016 English immigrants brought grapes to Australia. The first vineyards were planted 1791, and by 1820’s, viticulture started to thrive.

16.05.28. 16:21

Wine Tasting May 28 Vintages Release Recommendations

This release involves Veneto, and a celebration of 1976 Paris Judgement. Veneto is a major northern Italian wine producing province famous for its prosecco ...

16.05.27. 14:02

Top 10 Red Wines in Sweden on Winesworld

This list is created from what we have tasted of Top 10 red wines from Systembolaget, Sweden during 2015. 1. Poeira 2005 This wine is incredible in taste. It has a complete composition from start to finish.

16.05.22. 20:16

Minimalist Baker’s Everyday Cooking

More and more people all over the world are turning vegetarian, some out of conviction, and others because of necessity.

16.05.22. 17:34

Made With Love

Made With Love, co-authored by a mother and daughter team, is full of delicious sweet treats, salads, and tasty vegetarian mouth watering recipes such as raspberry-coconut bar, lemon, orange and cranberry scones, dulce de leche cupcakes.

16.05.22. 17:31

2016 Annual Port Tasting – Toronto

The Douro Valley existed long before English merchants arrived in Porto after England and Portugal signed the Methuen Treaty in 1703.

16.05.16. 14:53

Wine Tasting May 14 Vintages Release Recommendations

The theme of this release is customer favourites, New Zealand variety, and stylish sake. A huge release with a few high-end wines, but most bottles cost about $ 20.00 to $ 25.00, which reflects the popularity of the price point.

16.05.13. 14:50

California Wine Fest 2016 – Toronto

California is America’s wines production leader. Its more than 3000 wineries produce millions of hectolitres of wine in five major regions (North Coast, Central valley, Central Coast, Sierra Foothills, and South Coast)...

16.05.12. 15:31

Never Buy Any Herbs or Spices Packaged By Abido – Lebanon

If you use herbs and buy dried packaged herbs avoid those sold by Abido from Lebanon. Their packages state false weights, and the products are of inferior quality. Their spices are mostly off, old, and smell past-their-prime.

16.05.12. 13:11

No Frills Cedarbrae Mall Scarborough

This store has a poor choice of produce, very poor service, extremely high prices, and very poorly trained cashiers. Patronize this store at your own peril.The post No Frills Cedarbrae Mall Scarborough appeared first on Winesworld Magazine

16.05.12. 13:09

The Pie Guys – Toronto

I have had the misfortune to buy a small pie from The Pie Guyz during a food show at an inflated price. It was inedible and I had to spit the first bite and discard the pie. Be warned! This company goes to all local food shows.

16.05.12. 13:07

The Pie Guyz – Toronto

I have had the misfortune to buy a small pie from The Pie Guyz during a food show at an inflated price. It was inedible and I had to spit the first bite and discard the pie. Be warned! This company goes to all local food shows.

16.05.12. 13:07

Austrian Wine Tasting 2016 – Toronto

Austrian wineries used pour their wines in Toronto annually to a small but enthusiastic group of drinkers, and then suddenly they stopped visiting Toronto for several years.

16.05.04. 16:02

Negotiating with Unions

The idea of unions started in the 1820’s and 1830’s, but successful organizations started to functions in 1850’s.

16.05.02. 20:01

Wine Tasting April 30 Vintages Release Recommendations

Washington state, Oregon, Australian whites and rose wines are featured in this huge release, consisting of more than 135 wines. Only one champagne, one cremant du Jura, and one sparkling rose appear in this release.

16.04.29. 13:38

Top Wine under 20$ from Bodega Weinert

Top Wine under 20$ – Carrascal 2010 Grape : MALBEC 40%, CABERNET SAUVIGNON 40%, MERLOT 20%. From Argentine and Bodega Weinert. Tasting notes – 2015 This is a wine we like very much.

16.04.28. 19:45

2016 Annual Ontario Wine Tasting

Wine Country Ontario, the official Ontario wine promotion agency decided to organize this year’s tasting in the Royal Ontario Museum. Wine writers were given an opportunity to taste for two hours in a separate room.

16.04.27. 18:42

Book review: On food and cooking

Harold McGee’s completely revised On Food And Cooking is an absolute requirement for every cook, executive chef, and amateur week-end entertainer.

16.04.26. 13:27

Book review: For the love of wine

Alice Feiring is an avowed natural wine lover who was smitten with Georgian wines in 2011 after arriving in this old Caucasian country that still practices traditional production technology.

16.04.25. 15:25

Book review: Cure back pain

More and more people suffer from back pain as a result of poor posture, sitting all the time in front of computers or performing clerical work, eating mostly processed, highly refined foods and failure to exercise on a regular basis.

16.04.21. 10:10

Book review: 200 Best sheet pan meals

One-pot meals used to be popular with busy housewives holding down jobs; now the focus seems to canter on sheet pan meals.

16.04.20. 10:06

Professor B’s April 16 Vintages Release Recommendations

This time around, Vintages decided to feature wines of ten European benchmark regions – Bordeaux, Burgundy, Champagne, Loire valley, Rhoen valley, Piedmont, Tuscany, Veneto, Rioja, and Douro Valley.

16.04.15. 13:02

New world Rieslings worth seeking

For most wine enthusiasts Germany is “the” cradle and best country producing the finest Rieslings.

16.04.12. 17:45

Book review: True Taste

Matt Kramer has been writing about wine and wine since 1976. He loves wine, and writes about it as a philosopher digging into every little detail about growing grapes, harvesting, making wine, aging, blending, and bottling.

16.04.09. 13:48

Book Review: Best food writing 2015

If you love food and food writing, this book is a must read. Even if you just love good writing, it should be on your to-do list.

16.04.08. 13:45

Book Review: Best food writing 2011

In 2000 Da Capo management decided to start the Lifelong book series featuring the best articles of that year. Holly Hughes was hired to vet all articles submitted and to group them.

16.04.07. 19:44

Increase your profits by using the whole carcass

Only a few decades ago, no self-respecting chef would buy portion cut meat or even primary cuts.

16.04.04. 13:32

Book Review: Boun Appetito Toronto!

The Italian Chamber Of Commerce Inc., created an outstanding book telling the story of Italian cuisines in Toronto.

16.04.03. 09:35

Professor B’s April 2 Vintages Release Recommendations

This release juxtaposes Old World and new World wines. The management of Vintages decided to provide an opportunity for consumers to taste and compare deliciously different versions of the same grape or blend from both parts of the world.

16.04.01. 14:03

Toronto Food and Drink Market 2016

Toronto Star announces its 2016 Toronto Food And Drink market . This event in its 24th year will take place from April 8 to 11 at the Enercare Center.

16.03.22. 13:43

Professor B’s March 19 Vintages Release Recommendations

Vintages management policy is to feature well known wine producing regions of countries in each release. This release features Italy, Israel and south-western France.

16.03.18. 12:47

2016 Brunello Tasting – Toronto

When Clemente Santi, while in inspecting his exclusively sangiovese planted vineyard, in 1865 observed a vine with bunches bearing small brownish berries, never imagined the wine would become world famous.

16.03.16. 21:41

Barberian’s Steak House – Toronto

Barberian’s Steak House – Toronto When Harry Barberian (age 71) died following complications of a surgery, the entire Toronto restaurant community mourned.

16.03.16. 16:22

Tasting Wines from Piedmont, Trentino, Veneto, Friuli and Tuscany

Small Italian wineries always promote their products even though they may sell most, if not all, their production locally. Family owned wineries try to increase their sales through exports.

16.03.11. 10:58

Book Review: Shadow Play

Iris Johansen created yet another interesting novel in Shadow Play. The plot involves Eve Duncan, a forensic sculptor, to help in the reconstruction of the skull of a murdered girl.

16.03.09. 16:28

Book Review: Georgia, Armenia and Azerbaijan

Lonely Planet is one of the best-known travel guide publishers, and by all accounts produces well-reached and well-written books on travel-worthy destination or countries.

16.03.08. 16:26

Book Review: The Charlottetown conference and the birth of confederation

The Charlottetown conference and the birth of confederation Deirdre Kessler and Douglas Baldwin Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia 123 pages, $ 15.95 Most colonies separate after tumultuous events...

16.03.07. 16:19

2015 Somewherness tasting of Ontario wines

The idea of Somewhereness was invented and promoted by Matt Kramer, author, and wine columnist. He explains “ Somewhereness is more than just an event. It allows us to recognize the particular beauty of a place.

16.03.07. 14:21

Book Review: Food, medicine, and the quest for good health

What we eat, when, where, and with whom, varies in each culture. Regular eating times, in a calm environment, with plenty exchange of ideas and discussion with friends and family, all contribute to our health and its effect on the body.

16.03.06. 16:15


Persimmon, the bright orange fruit shapes like an elongated tomato appears in North American grocery stores from September to February, The fruit is native to Japan, China, Myanmar, and Nepal.

16.03.06. 15:46

A memorable port wine tasting in Toronto

On Tuesday October 13, five well-established port wineries presented their products to eager trade professionals. Most people associate port wine with red, sweet, tawny, ruby, L B V or vintage style.

16.03.06. 13:51

Book Review: Desperate Measures

The author has written an excellent mystery story, which anyone with an interest for such narrative will find very engaging.

16.03.05. 16:13

Professor B’s March 5 Vintages Release Recommendations

This 100 plus release features several Napa valley and Brunello Di Montalcino wines Most of the Napa wines are from well-known and reliable wineries. Brunello di Montalcino wines are all from the 2010 vintage touted to be very good.

16.03.04. 13:49

Waste Management in Hotels and Restaurants

By definition, restaurants and hotels generate a vast amount of waste. Reducing waste is not only good for the environment, but also to increase profits.

16.03.04. 08:29

Sauvignon Blanc II

This now world famous and extremely popular grape variety is native to the Loire Valley, where it excels in Pouilly Fume and Sancerre.

16.02.26. 14:18

Book Review: Russian Cuisine

Russian cuisine details the development and evolution of traditional cooking this vast country. Russia is world’s largest country with 11 time zones, 180 ethnic groups, several climates, and foods that grow in each of these regions.

16.02.25. 14:14

Book Review: 500 Best-Value Wines in The L.C.B.O 2016

500 Best-Value Wines in The L.C.B.O 2016) (The Definitive Guide To The Best Wine Deals In The L.C.B.O) Rod Phillips Whitecap Books, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada 268 pages...

16.02.24. 14:10

Book Review: Best food writing 2014

Best Food Writing 2014 contains an exceptional collection epicurious writing of outstanding writers, and cooks with fine writing talent.

16.02.23. 16:07

Book Review: The Oxford Companion to Wine

This monumental, scholarly, impartial and refreshing wine reference book cum encyclopaedia, is an indispensable text for wine enthusiasts, students who are studying to become sommeliers...

16.02.22. 21:27

Schloss Reinhartshausen – A Legendary Rheingau Estate

Rheingau is one of the most famous German wine Riesling producing regions. It is located on the north shore of the mighty Rhein River, that starts in Switzerland and flows through the Netherlands and empties into the Atlantic Ocean.

16.02.22. 13:06

Professor B’s February 20 Vintages Release Recommendations

This release contains 114 wines and offers a selection of Australian and Ontario award-winning products. All, except very few wines, were available for tasting. Surprisingly, the Australian selection tasted under whelming.

16.02.19. 13:45

Tasting Franciacorta Wines

Franciacorta, Lombardy, is an important sparkling wine producing region in the hills immediately east of Brescia, with a relatively short history of using chardonnay, pinot noir, and pinot blanc and employing the methode Champenoise.

16.02.15. 13:30

Book Review: How not to die

The good doctor and his co-writer created an extremely valuable book for all, but especially for North Americans, who, surprisingly, eat very few fruits and vegetables.

16.02.15. 13:26

Book Review: If I retire, How will i know when it’s the weekend?

The author is a director at a leading wealth management firm in Toronto and is in contact with retiring and/or retired individuals constantly. This, her second book, in an expanded an updated version of the first edition.

16.02.15. 13:24

Quinoa – the South American indigenous plant

Western cultures think of wheat, rye, millet, rice, and corn as grains, and rarely consume other starchy grains. Incas and other ancient American cultures (Mayans and Aztecs) favoured corn (mais) and quiona grown in the Andes Mountains.

16.02.13. 13:54

Canadian Blue Cheeses

Blue cheese is an under appreciated jewel that starts its journey the same way as all other cheeses, but a stunning transformation occurs when a special culture is injected to create the signature blue-green veining.

16.02.12. 14:02

Rum – World’s Most Prolific and Unique Spirit

Rum can confidently lay claim to being the most mixable and enjoyable of all the world’s spirits. It defies all attempts at generalization and can be seen as a drink for everyone and everywhere.

16.02.09. 21:36

Professor B’s February 6 Vintages Release Recommendations

This fairly large release of mote than 100 wines features southern France and South Africa. Southern France contains several AOC wines from Minervois, Fitou, Roussillon, Corbiere just to name a few.

16.02.05. 13:19

Tasting Eastern European Wines

Ever since the collapse of the U.S.S.R., satellite states of the “union” have been struggling to expand their export markets beyond Russia that replaced the collapsed state.

16.02.04. 13:33

Book Review: What Kills Good Men

The author is a Haligonian and lived in the city for many years. He knows the city well, especially the downtown core, and ably describes the area in detail where the novel is set.

16.02.03. 15:38

Book Review: The Four Agreements

This short book is a roadmap to enlightenments and freedom, if you can truly adhere to the principles the author proposes. Don Miguel Ruiz, a medical doctor and surgeon, is also a Toltec shaman.

16.02.02. 15:36

The Hospitality Gene

Restaurateurs and hoteliers always claim that employees are the most important assets of their businesses. Yet only few pay enough attention and care to select the most suitable individuals for front-of-the-house positions.

16.02.01. 14:46

Book Review: Orhan’s Inheritance

When Orhan’s brilliant and eccentric grandfather dies, he bequeathed only the decades-old vertically integrated business to his grandson, and the family homer to a strange woman living in an Armenian retirement home in California.

16.01.31. 15:30

Book Review: Better off dead

The author served fro 32 years in the military and had six overseas missions under his belt, including one year in Sarajevo.

16.01.30. 17:29

Tasting New Zealand Wines

New Zealand’s North- and South Islands produce wines in Otago, Marlborough, Nelson are notable regions on teh South Island. The North Island’s somewhat warmer than Marlborough most notable region is Hawke’s Bay.

16.01.27. 13:26

Portugal’s indigenous grape varieties

Modern viticulturists in most countries with moderate climates succumbed to the allure of world famous French grape varieties like chardonnay, sauvignon blanc, cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, pinot noir...

16.01.24. 13:20

Halpern Enterprises portfolio tasting 2015

I always look forward to the annual Halpern Enterprises’ cru fundraising event. The wines are always well selected, and outstanding.

16.01.20. 11:55

Tasting wines on the Niagara parkway

Niagara parkway that runs from Niagara-on-the-Lake to Niagara falls my ne one of the most scenic drives in the country.

16.01.18. 10:11

Bar Raval – Toronto

Torontonians are privileged to select the bar or pub they prefer. There are thousands of pubs and bars catering to thirsty souls, who also want to discuss daily happenings in the city, or throughout the world.

16.01.13. 12:50

Book Review: Aftershock

Harbour pilots fulfil important function in guiding ships in and out of harbours all over the world. Many lives depend on their knowledge of the waters, their skills and judgement.

16.01.13. 12:44

Book Review: Natural Wine

Most wine drinkers think of their favourite beverage to be a pure, natural fermented grape juice. This may have been the case when mankind started making wine.

16.01.13. 12:40

Southwestern Ontario Wineries and Wines

The Essex, Pelee Island coast region aka Lake Erie North Shore, situated at the southernmost tip of Canada, and basking in warm Lake Erie breezes now called EPIC (Essex, Pelee Island Coast)...

16.01.09. 16:29

Torres – one of the largest and most famous wineries of Spain

The viticultural history of Penedes can be traced back to Phoenicians who were plying the Mediterranean Sea from their base in Tyre (Lebanon). They were not only trading, but also looking for suitable agricultural land, including vineyards.

16.01.05. 13:00

Effective service increases sales

Effective service increases sales Service standards have been declining for sometime now especially since the turn of the century.

16.01.04. 14:00

Wine writers’ circle of Canada annual fortified and sparkling wine tasting

Traditionally, Wine Writers’ Circle of Canada’s management organizes a tasting of fortified wines before Christmas in order to recommend the most appealing brands.

15.12.29. 10:08

Wine vs Beer

For wine lovers in search of best quality wines, is one of the leading online stores that present a wide range of products at attractive prices.The post Wine vs Beer appeared first on Winesworld Magazine

15.12.23. 08:53

Book Review: Junipero Serra

The author, and associate professor of history at the University of California, Riverside, has accomplished the task of writing a well-researched book about Junipero Serra.

15.12.20. 18:02

Professor B’s December 12 Vintages Release Recommendations

The last release of the 2015 is very large, and weighted heavily with red wines, most of which originate in California.

15.12.11. 12:14

Buying rare wines at auctions

Wealthy English, American, and Far eastern wine connoisseurs have been buying their beloved bottles on auctions for more than a century. There are several English and American auction houses that have established wine departments.

15.12.08. 19:49

Most Popular Types of Wines Enjoyed by Wine Enthusiasts

Since ages, wine enjoys a prominent position in the world of popular beverages. However, it has a vast range and consists of different varieties depending on certain factors including manufacturing process, taste, labeling and many more.

15.12.01. 14:23

Guidelines for wine and cheese events in hotels and restaurants

Event organizers now plan elaborate wine and cheese receptions instead of sit-down dinners. They feel the informal atmosphere is more conducive to mingle, carry conversations with different people.

15.12.01. 14:00

Professor B’s November 28 Vintages Release Recommendations

The last Vintages release of 2015 contains well over 160 wines selected specially for the Festive Season celebrations in mind.

15.11.28. 14:29

Food preservation methods

Ever since humans in Mesopotamia invented agriculture and domesticated animal some 9000 – 10 000 years ago food preservation became a necessity. First salting, then air-drying, followed by smoking, canning, and freezing became popular.

15.11.25. 15:14

Mark Anthony annual portfolio tasting

Red wines Reserve Merlot, 2013, Mission Hill Family Estate, British Columbia 88+/100 $ 18.95 © Reserve Shiraz, 2012, Mission Hill Family Estate, British Columbia 89/100 Parcel Alluvia Malbec, 2011, Dona Paula...

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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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