November 30, 2005

Recipes: Drink up

Includes recipes for:


  • Mocha Lisa

  • Chai-Tini

  • Something Chocolate

  • Chocolate Duchess

  • Chocolate Scrupalicious


Full article here.

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November 30, 2005

Coffee News: Give the Gift of Gourmet Coffee Convenience This Holiday Season

"ATLANTA, GA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 11/29/2005 -- Surprise the coffee lover in your life with something extra this year from Javette®, the first single serving, great-tasting gourmet coffee concentrate. Javette is .25 ounces of concentrated gourmet coffee packaged in a single-serving portion control, pressure-resistant packet. Receive a free tin carrying case and four Javettes with every 20-pack purchase now through the holidays. Javette is the perfect size for any holiday stocking.

"Because of its small size and unique packaging, coffee lovers enjoy taking Javette anywhere in their purses, pockets, wallets and backpacks," said Javette founder, Candy Palmer-Steele. "We are now offering a compact tin carrying case free of charge for the holidays to make it even easier for coffee lovers to carry a few cups of outstanding coffee with them anywhere they go. The tins can be refilled and reused all year long."

Full article here.

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November 30, 2005

Wine News: On the wine list: plastic screw-tops

The mystique associated with wine seems to be quickly disappearing. First it was the change to screw tops. Now it looks like a new trend is pint-sized plastic bottles of wine to go. Will this work? I can see it being desirable on certain occasions, but don't you really still need the glasses?

"The next big thing for the wine industry could be small, screw-capped, and shatterproof.

Single-serve plastic bottles are starting to show up on shelves in a bid to win new customers by moving wine beyond posh white-tablecloth dinners to the informal ease of a picnic."

Full article here.

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November 29, 2005

Recipe News: Biscotti Cookie Recipe

"These are especially pretty when placed in a clear cellophane bag and the top tied off with wired holiday ribbon. See the variations below. At the local coffee houses these sell for about $2.00 each. Your friends will wonder what gift shop you bought these from. Try making a batch of these and place them all wrapped up in a basket by the front door for your visiting friends to take one home with them after the party."

Includes recipe for:


  • Biscotti Cookie Recipe


Full article here.

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November 29, 2005

Recipe News: Recipe: Cheesy kielbasa soup

"I am always trying to think of new hot soups. Take a look at this one."

Includes recipe for:


  • Cheesy kielbasa soup


Full article here.

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November 28, 2005

Recipe News: Recipe: Roasted salmon with sun-dried tomato crust

Includes recipe for:


  • Roasted salmon with sun-dried tomato crust


Full article here.

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Food News: Americans Digging Deeper into Pockets for Meals

"While waiting for a table at a restaurant last week, I listened as a couple of guys talked prices: gasoline prices.

"There's $1.99 over at the circle," one fellow said merrily.

"There's $1.96 on the highway," the second replied.

"Coming down," they agreed as they chatted about oil companies, politics and the cost of a gallon of gas in other parts of the world. It was a conversation of relief and gratitude: The days of three-buck gallons here at the Jersey Shore are gone, at least for the moment.

But $30 entrees in restaurants are here to stay, it appears, and that's not going to be the foreseeable ceiling."

Full article here.

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Recipe News: Chicken Crock Pot Recipes

"December's here and with so much to do -- shopping, baking, wrapping, decorating, entertaining and so on! What a great time of the season, but who has time to cook? Especially when you and your family would really appreciate a hot, home cooked comforting meal after a long day?

Well, we have the perfect solution for you -- dust off that crock pot and put it to good use or buy yourself a new one as an early holiday gift for yourself and your family!

So, in just minutes, you can literally throw together a meal for your family, go about your busy day, and come home to a hot, home cooked, delicious supper to share together! Let's get started!"

Includes recipes for:


  • Crock Provencale Chicken

  • Crock BBQ Chicken

  • Crock Chicken Soft Tacos


Full article here.

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November 27, 2005

Food News: Key to baking cookies is keeping it simple

"To Trish Karter, holiday cookie baking should be one thing, above all else: simple.

That might sound strange coming from the chief executive and cofounder of Dancing Deer Baking Co., which from its Roxbury factory turns out 100,000 cookies a day with such flavors as molasses clove, sugar cane lime, and cherry almond ginger. But Karter is also a 49-year-old single mother of two, and after a long day or week at work, the last thing she wants to undertake is a complicated project."

Full article here.

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November 26, 2005

Wine News: Add wine for flavor

"Wine is the culinary masterstroke in many recipes.

It can be used in just about every stage of cooking -- to braise, baste, saute, simmer, steam, as a marinade, to finish off a little fish or to punch up a tomato sauce, said Joe Borrello, executive director Tasters Guild International, a wine and food appreciation society."

Full article here.

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Recipe News: Roast Fillet of Beef With Madeira-Mushroom Sauce

Includes recipe for:


  • Roast Fillet of Beef With Madeira-Mushroom Sauce


Full article here.

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Coffee News: Labor organizers picket a Starbucks; NLRB announces hearing

"Labor organizers formed a picket line in front of a Starbucks at Union Square on Friday in an ongoing bid to push the ubiquitous coffee chain to recognize a citywide union of its workers.

About 20 picketers sang, used air horns and chanted 'No latte, no peace,' while urging passers-by to boycott the shop. One demonstrator dressed as a giant latte."

Full article here.

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November 25, 2005

Wine News: Low Cost Wine Gifts that are More than Worth the Price

"I thought I'd throw out a few low-cost Christmas/Holiday ideas for current or beginning wine lovers in your lives. I've purchased or given all of these items and despite the cheap price, they are really useful gadgets to have or give."

Full article here.

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Coffee News: Bagging a deal for real coffee

"A MANCHESTER company is predicting an end to instant coffee after signing an exclusive deal to import a unique coffee bag.
The coffee bag is imported from Sri Lanka and is similar to a tea bag. The sachet is hooked over the rim of the mug and water poured through it.

But the bags are filled with ground beans rather than dried instant type, giving the taste of a freshly-made pot of coffee."

Full article here.

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Recipes: Thanksgiving Leftover Recipes

Try these recipes for your Thanksgiving leftovers...

Includes recipes for:


  • Charred Tomato, Turkey & Tortilla Soup

  • Turkey Club Salad

  • Quick Herb Sauce

  • Pressed Turkey Reubens


Full article here.

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November 24, 2005

Coffee News: Best New Coffee Grinders

"Brewing coffee from freshly ground beans is a coffee-lovers delight, but did you know that some grinders can rob the flavor right out from under your nose? With so many coffee bean grinders on the market, the Good Housekeeping Institute rounded up 20 of them to see which were the best."

Full article here.

Buy from Amazon.com

Capresso Burr Grinder Sensor

Braun KSM2-BLK Aromatic Coffee Grinder

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Recipe News: Christmas Gingerbread Recipes

"Gingerbread is a sweet that can take the form of a cake or a cookie in which the predominate flavor is ginger.

As a cookie, gingerbread can be made into a thin, crisp cookie (often called a ginger snap) or a softer cookie similar to the German Lebkuchen. Gingerbread cookies are often cut into shapes, particularly gingerbread men.

A variant dough is used to make gingerbread houses à la the "witch's house" encountered by Hansel and Gretel. These, covered with a variety of candies and icing, are a common Christmas decoration."

Includes recipes for:


  • Children's Gingerbread House

  • Chocolate Gingerbread Boys And Girls

  • Eileen's Spicy Gingerbread Men

  • Gingerbread Biscotti

  • Gingerbread Boys

  • Gingerbread Cookies

  • Soft Gingerbread Cookies


Full article here.

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November 23, 2005

Food News: Many ways to slice apple pie

"There's an expression "as American as apple pie." But apple pie isn't really an American invention at all. Surprised? Recipes for apple pie were brought to America by early European settlers.
In England, apple pie recipes date back to at least 1381. These recipes used apples, spices, figs, raisins, and pears. Early English recipes for apple pie did not use sugar. Sugar was later imported into England from Egypt in the 14th century. It was not widely available and was very expensive.But the English actually preferred their apple pies without sugar. Most of the pies they ate in the 1300s were made with meat. They were served as the meal's main course. Then someone began substituting fruit for meat and serving the pie as dessert."

Full article here.

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Wine News: Which wine for what food?

"There are no hard and fast rules about which wine we should drink with what food, but centuries of experience have resulted in a few tried-and-tested guidelines.

According to an age-old code, sherry is drunk before a meal as an aperitif to stimulate the tastebuds for the food to follow - especially the dry or off-dry sherries. Sweet sherry is best enjoyed with dessert or fruit at the end of the meal."

Full article here.

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Wine News: Can’t pick one wine for the holidays? Then choose them all

"With so many different wine preferences at any holiday table, the idea of picking wine can be a daunting experience. But if you keep the wine fun and easy it will be one less thing to worry about as you baste, bake, mash, and whisk.

One of the easiest ways to handle the wine for the meal is to get a bunch of different wines and make it a wine tasting for all that attend. Here are some of my favorites that work well with all the flavors in this holiday meal."

Full article here.

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November 21, 2005

Wine News: Holiday Wine Giving Tips and The Best Wine Gift of 2006

"Gifts, like it or not, says something about the giver, so make it special. Will your host recognize the bottle as the most heavily promoted wine from the tallest most well positioned tower of wine at a local liquor store? Or will the bottle stand out as something new with a taste to be remembered. While there is no one right wine gift the simple guidelines below greatly improve the chances your wine gift is a success.

Number one, make your wine a special gift. Merriam Webster defines special as “distinguished by some unusual quality; especially: being in some way superior.” Let’s be honest, liquor stores are confined to their distributors choices in wine which are largely based on shelf movement and profit margin. Yes, there are some great wines at your liquor store but most online wine shops specialize in rare or unique wines, not wanting to compete directly with your local liquor store. So, increase the chances of the originality of your gift by simply using Internet wines shops."

Full article here.

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Recipe News: Recipe: Pumpkin cream cheese bread

Includes recipe for:
  • Recipe: Pumpkin cream cheese bread
Full article here.
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Recipe News: Low-Carb Recipes Especially For Thanksgiving

"Some of you have requested some great-tasting low-carb recipes for Thanksgiving. A good friend and client of mine has supplied us with a few of her delicious recipes that are big favorites of her carb-conscious family. I hope you all try at least one of these. Enjoy!"

Includes recipes for:


  • Low-Carb Sausage Dressing (Stuffing)

  • Cauliflower Casserole (Pseudo-Mashed Potatoes)

  • Nancy's Lasagna with Cabbage


Full article here.

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November 20, 2005

Recipe News: Recipes: Green beans with parsley-pecan pesto and Sweet potato spoon bread

Includes recipes for:


  • GREEN BEANS WITH PARSLEY-PECAN PESTO


Full article here.

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Coffee News: Drinking Coffee 101

"Coffee is never just plain coffee, absolutely not. It's very different according to the beans, according to how it was roasted."

Full article here.

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Food News: 10 Tips for Hassle-Free Holiday Entertaining - No Recipes Needed from Love’n Bake

"Called “Ten Things You Can Do with Love’n Bake ™ without a Recipe”, this must-have tip sheet outlines some last-minute treats anyone can make at home using the company’s artisan ingredients. Make a quick elegant hazelnut mousse or chocolate truffles in minutes. Garnish fresh berries or a fruit salad with elegant almond toasts. Learn how to enhance a favorite cookie or brownie recipe to make it memorable. These ideas have been gathered from professionals and home cooks alike. All these tips are for simple things that can make the life of a busy mom, a working couple or grandma easier."

Full article here.

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November 19, 2005

Recipe News: Cranberry recipes

"Look at these cranberry recipes that I found."

Includes recipes for:


  • Triple-cranberry sauce

  • Belgian endive and apple salad with cranberry vinaigrette

  • Classic cranberry nut bread

  • Cranberry apple crisp


Full article here

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Coffee News: How You Can Make Great-Tasting Coffee For Your Holiday Guests

"Randy Pope, BUNN's Brewmaster, has devoted his LIFE to "The Art of Coffee Brewing" for more than 25 years. He knows there are secrets to making a tasty turkey and amazing pumpkin pie, but there are also a few key steps that will make all the difference in preparing that perfect cup of coffee, so it doesn't end up looking murky or tasting bitter.

Chicago ranks # 3 in the country for having the highest number of coffee shops at 568, behind only Los Angeles and Seattle. With Thanksgiving Day approaching, hundreds of coffee houses will be closed, so people will be left to fend for themselves!

You can replicate that specialty coffee shop experience in your own kitchen."

Full article here

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Wine News: Variety in wine is the spice of Thanksgiving enjoyment

"Thanksgiving is less than a week away, and if you’re having the meal at your house, you’re certainly fretting at least a little bit about serving the perfect meal in a perfectly clean house with perfectly behaved guests. Which means you obviously aren’t inviting Dan’s family this year.

But you may also be a little worried about what wine to serve with this annual meal spectacular. Let us ease that burden at least a little – serve an Indiana wine. This is a holiday about giving thanks for the important things in life – your family, your health, your home. So why not serve a home-grown wine?

We tried nine Indiana wines with a complete Thanksgiving dinner with Journal Gazette county government reporter Ben Lanka and his wife, Erin, and regional reporter Angie Mapes and her boyfriend, Shane Turner. It was a great time, as all Thanksgivings should be."

Full article here

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We've been sifting around all of the sites for simply the best we could find. With the holiday week coming up here in the US, we're pretty sure you'll need some ideas not just for conversation but also for the gift giving season. Check out some of these other sites and amaze your relatives with a vast array of coffee knowledge, gps insight, cooking grace, wine snobbery, and of course TV chit chat.

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Shirt Snob.com: Tokyo Pop Embroidered Shirt by 3J Workshop - The Short Sleeve Belted Sweater - The Beaded Butterfly Top by LaROK - Cap Sleeve Sun Top by Lotta Stensson

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November 11, 2005

Coffee News: How Do You Know Green is Green?

How can you be certain that the "Green" coffee you buy, listed as organic or fair-trade, is really what it claims to be? Here are some tips:

"Shade-grown, fair-trade, and organic are certifications, not just buzzwords. All three resulted from our wanting a way to ascertain, when buying coffee, that our addiction supported sustainable agriculture and fair labor standards, rather than displaced workers toiling in serfdom on devastated land. You can determine legit-dom by doing a little sleuthing: check for labels -- coffee meeting all three standards is called "triple certified" -- and ask if the roaster itself has been certified.

Here's what to look for:"

Full article here.

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November 8, 2005

Cook Book Reviews: Lots of Holiday Gift Ideas for the Cooks in Your Life

Reviews of the latest cook books seem to be popping up all over the place:

‘Queer Eye’ for recipes
Bravo’s gay food guy Ted Allen discusses his new cookbook, ‘The Food You Want to Eat,’ brings his tips and quips to two local venues. Full article here.

The Food You Want to Eat : 100 Smart, Simple Recipes


'Perfect Recipes' for entertaining lives up to title
"Perfect Recipes for Having People Over" by Pam Anderson (Houghton Mifflin Co., $35, hardcover) is the perfect cookbook to have on hand when trying to decide what to serve guests.

It offers flexible and foolproof recipes that also are tempting and satisfying. In other words, perfect recipes for the harried cook.

The 304-page cookbook, illustrated with more than four dozen full-color photographs, includes almost 200 simple recipes that guests are sure to love. Full article here.

Perfect Recipes for Having People Over


Fresh recipes to spruce up your dinner menu
In her new cookbook, ‘Rachael Ray 365: No Repeats,’ the FoodTV host serves up some new ideas for delicious dinners. Check out her recipes:

  • Boo-sotto
  • Scotch and Wild Mushroom Risotto
  • Lemon and Artichoke Risotto with Shrimp

Full article here.

Rachael Ray 365: No Repeats


Powell creates recipes 'odyssey'
Julie and Julia: 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen, published by Little, Brown & Co. in September, has taken off like a rocket. The project, which author Julie Powell began as a blog, quickly evolved into a New York Times bestseller, and has even been optioned for the silver screen. Full article here.

Julie and Julia : 365 Days, 524 Recipes, 1 Tiny Apartment Kitchen

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November 7, 2005

Coffee News: McDonald's to sell organic Vt. coffee

"Mc-Donald's plans to make a bid for the discriminating taste of coffee drinkers across New England and upstate New York with the introduction next week of a premium organic brew.

The world's largest fast-food chain announced a deal Thursday with Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc., based in Waterbury, to supply Newman's Own Organics Blend of coffee to the more than 650 McDonald's Inc. restaurants in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and in the Albany, N.Y., region."

While it takes more than just good beans to make a great coffee, this at least gets McDonalds a lot closer than they were. I've always thought their coffee was terrible, and brewed to be way too hot. Hopefully this is the first of many changes, because even if you are grabbing breakfast at McDonalds (which I will admit to having done way more than once) you should be able to get a good coffee. And the fact that they are using Green Mountain's Newman's Own Organics Blend, that is icing on the cake.

Full article here.

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Coffee News: Coffee reduces risks of diabetes, Parkinson's

Coffee, a wonder drug? Because coffee is made up of a complexity of chemicals, scientists are always finding out interesting things about it. It's nice for coffee drinkers everywhere when these things might actually be GOOD for you.

"...recent research has found that drinking coffee could reduce the risk of diseases such as diabetes and Parkinson's."

Full article here

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Wine News: Grand Valley heart of state's wine country

Wine country in Colorado? Who knew? Actually I've heard of it, but still haven't had a chance to try any wine from that part of the country. This article might help spur me to try a little harder."

"In 2004, the Grand Valley accounted for a whopping 85 percent of the state’s grape harvest. And just one word explains why this is such prime grape-growing territory: location. At elevations ranging from 4,000 to 7,000 feet, Colorado’s vineyards are among the highest in the world. The Grand Valley’s long, hot days of intense sunshine help bring its grapes to full maturity, add color intensity and build natural sugars. Its cool nights or more specifically, broad variations in day-to-night temperatures, aid in retaining acidity.

And where there are grapevines, there will also be wines - and wineries. The Grand Valley is home to 15 of Colorado’s 56 licensed wineries. It even has its own American Viticultural Area designation, which means that the federal government recognizes this as a grape-growing region where factors like soil composition and climate (what the French call terroir and we know as microclimate) impart specific qualities to the grapes. This coveted designation enables wineries to use the words "Grand Valley" on certain wine labels and in advertising."

Full article here

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Wine News: Argentina plants vine in wine sales

Today, a brief history of Argentinean wine...

"In 1541, when the Spaniards arrived on the east coast of Argentina near the Plate River, they immediately planted grapes to make wine. But they found that the climate on the coast was no good for growing grapes.

A year later, Jesuit priests from Chile brought grape seeds over the Andes into western Argentina, where the vines grew and prospered.

Most of the Argentinean grapes are still growing in Mendoza in the far west, just one mountain range from Santiago, Chile. This range is capped by Mount Aconcagua -- at just more than 23,000 feet, it's the highest mountain in the Western Hemisphere."

Full article here

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Recipes: Go nuts with these unusual recipes

These two new cookbooks, Lee Zalben's "Peanut Butter & Co. Cookbook: Recipes from the World's Nuttiest Sandwich Shop", and Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough's latest entry in their "ultimate" cookbook series, "The Ultimate Peanut Butter Book : Savory and Sweet, Breakfast to Dessert, Hundereds of Ways to Use America's Favorite Spread" feature unusual twists on some everyday recipes, using, of all things, peanut butter.

"If I didn't really love peanut butter, I'd question whether we need two new cookbooks dedicated to the ingredient. Two cookbooks that have nearly identical covers, at that.

But it is peanut butter, after all. And while my own master recipe is no more complicated than eating it by the spoonful, I'm always open to consider new ways to work it into my cooking."

Includes recipe for:


  • GRILLED CHEESE WITH PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICH

  • SENEGALESE PEANUT STEW

  • CHOCOLATE PEANUT BUTTER RASPBERRY FREEZE


Full article here.

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November 4, 2005

November 1, 2005

Recipe News: Pears Stuffed With Gorgonzola Cheese Recipe

"Italians often opt for a simple dessert of cheese and fruit. This recipe combines the two for a light ending to a meal."

Includes recipe for:


  • Pears Stuffed With Gorgonzola Cheese


Full article here

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Food News: Mars new chocolate bars join red wine and green tea as products for the heart

"With heart disease remaining a big killer in rich countries, the makers of Mars bars say that Americans increasingly are looking for options to improve their heart health. Now there’s a new product hitting store shelves that will allow them to satisfy their passion for chocolate while being good to their heart.

Why not even increase the impact by washing down the chocolate with a good glass of red wine!"

Full article here

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