Articles by morton hochstein

Port Wines Review - An Introduction

Port Wines Review - An Introduction Port wine is a fascinating and often neglected wine category

Penultimate wines of Proemio Review - Argentina’s Ascendancy as a Wine Producer

Penultimate wines of Proemio Review - Argentina’s Ascendancy as a Wine Producer Proemio is a true family winery and at a recent tasting, owner, Bocardo praised his family and close associates for their efforts in cultivating sources at diverse vineyards with differing soils and climate conditions

Best Wines Review - What I have enjoyed in 2016

Best Wines Review - What I have enjoyed in 2016 A roundup of wines that I especially enjoyed in 2016

A Variety of Wines Review - Up and Down the Price Ladder

A Variety of Wines Review - Up and Down the Price Ladder Wine values up and down the price ladder - from the ultimate Ovid to a more reasonable Argyros

Helping a Cause - While Eating Well

Helping a Cause - While Eating Well I have discovered that it is possible to contribute to worthwhile causes while enjoying a number of delicious products

Visiting Britain Review - Beware the British Bank Holiday

Visiting Britain Review - Beware the British Bank Holiday Beware of the British bank holiday. It’s something you may not find mentioned in the travel guides, but it should be

Braun Kitchen Collection Review - A Super Modern Tool Takes Over my Kitchen

Braun Kitchen Collection Review - A Super Modern Tool Takes Over my Kitchen I‘ve discarded my immersion blender. I’ve also given away my blender-chopper

Exotic Salt Review - Who Knew?

Exotic Salt Review - Who Knew? Sea salts are a general descriptor for unrefined salts emanating from a living ocean or sea and can be healthier and more flavorful than typical table salt

Charlie Palmer Steak House in New York Review - Watch Chef Ryan Lory Go

Charlie Palmer Steak House in New York Review - Watch Chef Ryan Lory Go Chef Ryan Lory, recently appointed executive chef of Charlie Palmer Steak House in New York, has been demonstrating his techniques and talent in a revised bill of fare and a challenging Chef’s Tasting menu since his appointment earlier this year

Understanding Rosé - A Wine of Many Colors

Understanding Rosé  - A Wine of Many Colors The right rosé can add as much to a meal as any great red or white

La Chine at the Waldorf Review - Upscale Chinese

La Chine at the Waldorf Review -  Upscale Chinese The La in La Chine suggest France, but this is definitely a palace of Chinese cuisine, from menu choices to the huge, dramatic wall painting in Chinse style, but actually done by the young American artist Tony Baskin

“MABEL MADNESS—THE LIFE OFMABEL MERCER” Review - Celebrating the Queen of Cabaret

“MABEL MADNESS—THE LIFE OFMABEL MERCER” Review - Celebrating the Queen of Cabaret "Mabel Madness" is a solid and moving theater-piece, surely a must-see for Mabel Mercer devotees and general fans of cabaret, playing at Urban Stages

BISTRO DOMINIQUE Review - Paris in New York

BISTRO DOMINIQUE Review - Paris in New York I went to Dominique to sample the soufflé, for a preview of National Soufflé Day, Feb. 28h-

Kenwood Wines Review - Many "Perfect" Choices

Kenwood Wines Review - Many "Perfect" Choices When I think of Kenwood Vineyards in California, I see a tableau of colorful labels that could reasonably be displayed in an art museum

Sense and Sensibility Review - Jane Austen Thrives

Sense and Sensibility Review - Jane Austen Thrives There’s joy unbounded for fans of Jane Austen at a small off-Broadway theater in New York’s Greenwich Village - the Gym at Judson Church

Cochon555 is Coming - Eating High on the Hog

Cochon555 is Coming - Eating High on the Hog Cochon555, sometimes called the pig festival is a fund-raiser, a traveling feast that goes to 18 cities and begins in New York

"Collaborators" Review - A Biting Satire

"Collaborators" Review - A Biting Satire "Collaborators" is the kind of play I recommend to friends and visitors to New York, particularly theatergoers who aren’t devoted to spectacular musicals

Saybrook Point Inn Review - A Coastal Beauty Spot with Solitude and Peace

Saybrook Point Inn Review - A Coastal Beauty Spot with Solitude and Peace There’s a beauty spot on the New England coast where a vacationer can be totally alone with all the solitude and peace anyone might desire, Old Saybrook Inn

The Delight of High Tea Review - High Tea Around Town

The Delight of High Tea Review -  High Tea Around Town Part of what I like most about Afternoon Tea is that no decisions are necessary—unless you’re stuck between Oolong and Darjeeling

Ninja and Remington Review – A Difficult Choice

Ninja and Remington Review – A Difficult Choice I am having an affair with a pair of coffeemakers. No, not with barristas, female or male, but with two coffee making devices. One has the unlikely name of Ninja, the other is addressed more formally as Remington

Champagne Review - Bubbly for the Holidays

Champagne Review - Bubbly for the Holidays For the holidays - Will you choose Champagne, Prosecco or ?

Making Kosher Wines in Italy and Israel Review - Terra di Seta and Capsouto Wineries

 Making Kosher Wines in Italy and Israel Review - Terra di Seta and Capsouto Wineries Wineries in Italy and Israel offer superb Kosher wines

Greece Offers New Wines Review - Look at Your Shelves for Great Rewards

 Greece Offers New Wines Review - Look at Your Shelves for Great Rewards Greek wines have been available in the United States for many years, but usually only in stores catering to a Greek clientele. Happily, these rewarding wines can be found more easily

Gaby Review - A traditional French Brasserie in the Theater District, Fresh ideas and new sources

Gaby Review - A traditional French Brasserie in the Theater District, Fresh ideas and new sources Chef Sylvain Harribey performs a balancing act on his menu at Gaby, in the French hotel Sofitel in New York’s theater district

Fine Dining in Old Quebec Review - A Gastronomic North American Paris

Fine Dining in Old Quebec Review - A Gastronomic North American Paris Quebec takes dining seriously. It is a historic city with many fine restaurants

Battery Wharf Hotel’s Aragosta Bar and Bistro Review - The Newest Attraction

Battery Wharf Hotel’s Aragosta Bar and Bistro Review - The Newest Attraction The ancient city of Boston has taken on a new look. It's latest attraction is the bustling Harbor Wharf area, busy in the day and bustling at night

Boston--Harbor Wharf is Newest Attraction

Boston--Harbor Wharf is Newest Attraction The ancient city of Boston has taken on a new look. Its latest attraction is the bustling Harbor Wharf area, busy in the day and bustling at night.

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