gourmet Tag Archive

How to Get the Wines You Love to Pass the Taste Test

Are you wine tasting properly? We asked Eva Bertran, International Ambassador for Gloria Ferrer Caves and Vineyards (gloriaferrer.com), Winemaker Richard Olsen-Harbich from Bedell...

A Recipe for Bourbon Marinated Wagyu Steak That’s Actually Healthy

Craving red meat? Treat yourself with this Bourbon caper marinated Wagu NY strip on white asparagus, shallot garlic jam and Worcestershire gastrique....

Healthy Mackerel and Melon

Mackerel was never one of my go-to fish when ordering out unless I was dining at a high end sushi bar, but a few years ago I decided to entertain a few guests with this light...

Pistachio and Chive Crusted Lamb Chops

If you’re celebrating the season with a dinner party, consider this protein-rich, pistachio crusted lamb with green peas of our Petit Pois à la Francais. Pistachios have been...

Booze News You Can Use: Vinegar Is the Mixer of the Moment

It might sound like we’re joking, but Andy Ricker has been serving drinking vinegars at Portland’s Pok Pok restaurant since 2005. Bizarre as it seems, it turns out that this...

Some Wines Travel Well. Others are Worth Traveling for

We travel the globe in search of wineries worth visiting — where the art of winemaking extends well beyond anything you’ll find in a glass. The main reason to visit a winery...

Healthy Hawaiian Style Seared Tuna

What could be more inviting than a beautifully prepared wedge of tuna? Try two takes on this delicious fish — pairing a raw Hawaiian preparation (poke) with a classic: seared...

Taste without Waste at New LA Hot Spot Norah

A beloved watering hole gets a gourmet makeover. When O-Bar closed, WeHo mourned the passing of that cherished watering hole — with its slightly more sophisticated vibe than the...

Black Bass with Bacon Dashi Recipe

It’s an age-old dilemma: serve your valentine a dish as rich as romance, or something to avoid feeling stuffed after dinner? Find balance in this Black Bass with Bacon Dashi,...

Reimagining the Holiday Bird

You’ve torn through turkeys, churned out chickens and maybe even gone for a goose. But when it comes to serving up a bird for the holidays, it might be time to think bigger:...

From Humble Origins, "Street Food" Now Attracts Celebrity Chefs

Atlantic City recently took a bite of Big Apple street cuisine at a fair dubbed Savor the City as the farewell event of a festival celebrating food and the chefs who have become...

Flavor and Healthy Eating in a Single Dish? That's Omega Tartare

A dish needn’t be unhealthy to be indulgent. case in point: a dish That comes to mind when I think of “Indulgence” is tartare – that wonderfully tantalizing combination of...