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Jul 15, 2014
Weekly Planner
This week: Learn to make a perfect pavlova (or pay a private chef to do it for you).
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Jun 3, 2014
Food & Drink Agenda
This week: Eat doughnuts, drink rum, and be merry. Very, very merry.
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May 22, 2014
Oeno Files
As illustrated by seven quality bottles.
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Jun 18, 2012
Food and Drink Events
WEDNESDAY June 20Summer Solstice Pig Roast If scoping the naked folks in Fremont last weekend wasn’t the way you wanted to celebrate the summer solstice, here’s an alternative: Fresh Bistro is...
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May 30, 2012
Wine Wednesday
May’s exploration of Washington rosé concluded this week with a tasting of nine widely ranging wines, including one that tasted so much like ruby red grapefruit juice I wouldn’t have known it was...
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May 23, 2012
Wine Wednesday
On the heels of last week’s massive tasting of grenaches, cabernet francs and malbec rosés come some versions made with locally grown grapes traditional to Italy—namely one barbera and a handful...
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May 16, 2012
Wine Wednesday
On the heels of our declaration that May is rosé month here on Sauced, I sat down with nine blushing bottles of single varietals: This week we examine some Washington-produced malbec, grenache,...
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May 9, 2012
Wine Wednesday
A lot of people are afraid of rosés. “It’s too sweet,” says a friend, Yvonne. “You should serve it with a side of something dry. Like sand.” Rosé may get its bad rap because for years the U.S....