Archive for April, 2019

Our Last Winemaker

Writing from the edge of the Russian River in Sonoma County Wine maker David Cohen and his wife Priscilla produce award-winning, limited production Cabernet, Merlot, Pinot Noir and Zinfandel handcrafted from the grapes of Sonoma and Napa, the Russian River and the Dry Creek Valley…

Potatoes Mashed With Scallions Cheddar and Garlic

Salmon Pan Roasted with Soy Ginger Glaze

The salmon, soy, ginger and mustard cry out for a dark, rich Pinot Noir

Crustless Quiche with Bacon, Gouda, Spinach and Tomatoes

My pie took about an hour to cook through and it puffed up and dripped a bit so a piece of foil under the dish would be a good idea.

Top Sirloin Beef Roast for Dinner and Sandwiches and Potatoes Mashed With Scallions Cheddar and Garlic

Tasting Out of Town Wine in Town and Bad Biscuits

Writing from the edge of the Russian River in Sonoma It was our pleasure to have toured down the Oregon’s Willamette Valley some eight years ago where we enjoyed the casualness of the area and found the wines to be very good so I was…

You May be Jarred by My Tomato Sauce Review

Writing from the edge of the Russian River in Sonoma County I realize this statement may cause shock and turned up noses when I suggest that I often use a jared tomato sauce when a recipe only calls for a cup or two as a…

Pork Tenderloin with Smashed Potatoes and Cheddar Cheese

Wine, Wine Everywhere – But Not So Great Chicken Sandwich News

Writing from the edge of the Russian River in Sonoma County Yes I know the title says there’s too much wine and the picture is McDonald’s Chicken Sandwiches but… I’ve had “boots on the ground in Knoxville TN where they were testing the new sandwiches…

Mushroom Tart with Three Cheeses

I’m thinking a mild Pinot Noir or a sparking Rosé.