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Wine in Liguria: A Land of Contrasts

By On July 13, 2018

By Frank Cipparone The coastline that stretches from Tuscany to the French border, with Genoa at its center, has some of Italy’s most stunning scenery. Southeast of the city is the Riviera… Read More

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Wine From a Retired Chef’s Perspective

By On July 13, 2018

By Murray Schulman Nonna and nonno guardavano il telegiornale e ho sentito che recentemente volcani (Many of my readers know, and I am sure that my new readers will quickly discover, that… Read More

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Tasty Snacks on Summer Nights

By On July 13, 2018

By Murray Schulman Hard to believe that we are into the heart of summer. Most of us are going full tilt on the grill. Fireworks can be seen for miles around and… Read More

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A Toast to New Beginnings

By On June 21, 2018

By Murray Schulman I feel honored and excited at this moment. I have been invited to contribute a new wine column to this publication. This will be in addition to “The Chef’s… Read More

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Carmignano Makes a Comeback

By On June 21, 2018

By Frank Cipparone Their names roll off the tongue. Sassicaia . . . Tignanello . . . Guado al Tasso . . . Ornellaia. Highly regarded and sought-after wines that captured the… Read More

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Summer Recipe: Basic Grilled Vegetable

By On June 21, 2018

By Murray Schulman Oh, my! Short-sleeve shirts, sunglasses, boat shoes and my solar panels are pumping out that electricity making my meter run in reverse. Life is good. Grilling season is in… Read More

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More to explore from Emilia-Romagna region than Lambrusco

By On May 8, 2017

It is perhaps Italy’s oldest family of grapes, but Reunite tarnished its image By Frank Cipparone In a nation that has pride in its cuisine, no region is more noted for its… Read More

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Preparing truly tasty tagliatelle in Tuscany

By On May 8, 2017

By Murray Schulman In last month’s issue, you saw that our time in Positano had drawn to a close. We felt a bit saddened at leaving this unique and beautiful region of… Read More

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How Franciacorta became the Italian answer to champagne

By On April 17, 2017

Sparkling wines are product of French grapes cultivated in Lombardia By Frank Cipparone Just as all that glitters is not gold, all that sparkles is certainly not champagne. The limestone cellars that… Read More

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Positano odyssey continues with meal like no other

By On April 17, 2017

By Murray Schulman Sitting in La Tagliata, a cozy restaurant that seems carved into the mountainside, we are invited to become joined to the land and we feel the presence of the… Read More