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Grosse Winzer, Grosse Weine
On the eve of Prowein, the biggest wine event in Germany and perhaps all of Europe, there are plenty of off-events to attend. Everyone who matters or wants to matter
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Jura tripping – Le Nez dans le Vert
The Jura has been one of those destinations that kept on lingering on my wish list, so the eighth edition of Le Nez dans le Vert, the region’s gathering of
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A belated reflection on International Sherry Week
So this comes late. International Sherry Week was, well, months ago already and due to unforeseen circumstances, I was cut off during the fourth edition of the #Sherry Twitter Tasting.
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A French classic – Cassoulet
What better to eat at the start of spring than one of the most wintery dishes French cuisine has given us? Few things are as hearty and filling as a
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Mushroom risotto vs. aged sake
To show that nothing has really changed, this week’s pairing will revert to a familiar theme: risotto! I have recently been occupied with an attempt to better understand how to
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A fresh start
So, it has been quiet for a while, but as you can see from the revamped layout and extended sections, there has been a lot going on beyond the scenes! 
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London Food (IV) – Ottolenghi’s Nopi
So, having enjoyed last year’s experience at Ottolenghi’s Spitalfields location, we took our precautions and booked a table at Nopi well in advance. Rightly so, seeing as the place was
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Salmon and Sweetness
Ok, so this post actually dates back to a meal we had a while ago, so it is not completely in season. I do however found it very interesting in
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Pithon-Paillé, Bonnes Blanches 2013
In honor of Drink Chenin Day, back to the place where it all began: Anjou! The region produces some of the greatest white wines in the world, but is woefully
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