Wine Wisdom: Five Rosés to Drink Before Summer Ends

Wine Wisdom: Five Rosés to Drink This Summer

 

Our love for the modern cocktails at the JBF Award–winning Bar at the NoMad is tried and true. But we also think that patrons would be remiss to overlook the restaurant’s globe-spanning wine list, tightly curated by sommelier Tom Pastuszak. Here, he shares some recommendations for what we all want to be drinking this summer: rosé, rosé, and more rosé.

 

 

Ravines Pinot Rosé 2013, $15

"This delicate, aromatic, and super-fresh Pinot Noir–based rosé comes from New York’s up-and-coming, cool-climate Finger Lakes region. Beautiful strawberry and cherry aromatics lead to a citrusy-fresh character on the palate."

 

Chateau Musar Jeune Rosé 2012, $15

"Made from the Cinsault grape, this unique and exotic rosé hails from Lebanon’s high-altitude and co... Read more >

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Recipe Roundup: Ultimate Summer Fruit Desserts

Blueberry Clafoutis

 

From peaches to blackberries to cherries, the summer months shower us with a veritable rainbow of decadent treats. And with our CSA boxes and farmers’ market totes overflowing with vibrant fruit, sometimes we just can’t scarf down enough fistfuls of berries to keep up. Unwilling to squander anything the season has to offer, we came up with a comprehensive recipe roundup to help whip all of your leftover summertime bounty into crowd-pleasing desserts. From effortless, no-cook variations to gooey, oven-baked delights, here are 14 recipes to make sure nothing—not even a single, rogue blueberry—goes to waste:

 

Basil–Peach Sorbet
Sweet, ripe peaches mingle with refreshing basil in this lovely, simple sorbet.

 

Black Raspberry and Fig Tart... Read more >

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Eye Candy: Raspberry–Pistachio Linzers

Raspberry–Pistachio Linzer

 

An enduring staple of New York City’s dining landscape, Gramercy Tavern beckons both loyal patrons and global travelers with its masterful contemporary American cuisine, warm atmosphere, and unparalleled hospitality. At our recent Chefs & Champagne®, JBF's annual summer tasting party in the Hamptons, the iconic JBF Award–winning restaurant's pastry chef, Miroslav Uskokovic, served these elegant raspberry–pistachio linzer cookies. Our guests at the outdoor fête paired Uskokovic's delightful treats with flowing Champagne Taittinger... Read more >

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What We're Reading: August 13, 2014

 

The most delicious mode of transportation: a motorcycle fueled by bacon grease takes its first drive. [Modern Farmer]

 

The growing trend of sustainable kosher restaurants. [Civil Eats

 

Restaurants are getting back at Jaws by offering shark meat entrees during Shark Week. [NPR

 

Chefs weigh in on the most influential restaurants in the U.S. [... Read more >

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Watermelon: Sweet and Savory

Bay Scallop Ceviche with Watermelon and Black Sesame

 

Though it's most often eaten on its own—cold, sliced, no recipe needed—watermelon can be a refreshing counterpoint to strong flavors like mint and ginger, tart lime, and even spicy, marinated pork belly.

 

Bay Scallop Ceviche with Watermelon and Black Sesame

Festive and flavorful, this no-cook dish will help you keep cool during the season's final heat wave.

 

Chilled Watermelon Soup with Mint and Ginger

Serve this vermilion-hued soup as a palate cleanser, appetizer, or even dessert.

 

Zak Pelaccio's Pork and Watermelon Salad

Crispy, tend... Read more >

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Video: Daniel Boulud Riffs on American Cuisine

 

Today we're marking the one-month countdown to the return of James Beard Foundation's Taste America® this fall! Though he may not be native to this country, no one could possibly dispute JBF Award winner Daniel Boulud's profound impact on America's dining landscape. At our recent Taste America kickoff party, we gave the world-renowned chef and his team a difficult task: in addition to preparing the delectable spread for the evening's festivities, we asked them to describe their take on American cuisine—in just four words. Watch the video above to see what made the cut!

 

Boulud is our Honorary All-Star Chef for James Beard Foundation's Taste America®, our ten-city epicurean tour of exclusive dining events, cooking demos, artisanal tastings, and more. He'll also be teaming up with JBF Award winner April Bloomfield at our New Yor... Read more >

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Test Your Eat-Q: Global Sandwiches

Sandwiches are far from just an American phenomenon. Test your international sammy knowledge by matching these foreign sandwiches to their ingredients!

 

 

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America Cooks with Chefs: 800 Calorie Challenge Launches Today!

America Cooks with Chefs

 

Ever wish you could have a cooking lesson with your favorite chefs? One in which they would teach you their tips for not only making the food you cook at home more effortless and delicious, but healthier, too? Then check out America Cooks with Chefs, our new initiative aimed at helping people from all walks of life learn tips and tricks that will make their lives in the kitchen easier. The contest goes live today and will accept applications for ANY American over the age of 18, with winners matched up with James Beard Award–winning chefs, including Maria Hines, Tory Miller, Mary Sue Milliken, Tony Mantuano, Jimmy Schmidt, and Michelle Bernstein to learn how to cook and then take part in a live competition! Find out how to enter here... Read more >

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What We're Reading: August 12, 2014

 

There’s just not enough sustainable beef to feed our fast food habit. [Vice

 

Pepsi thinks the new coconut water will be … cashew juice? [NYT

 

Someone’s gotta do it: the most extreme food jobs in the world. [First We Feast

 

Watch out, PB&J, America’s got a new favorite nut. [Washington Post

 

They don’t serve this kind of rye bread at Katz’s. [... Read more >

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Expo Milano: Vote for Our Panel at South by Southwest Interactive

Expo Milano

 

As we've reported earlier, the James Beard Foundation is one of the organizations leading the conception and buildout of the USA Pavilion at next year's world expo in Milan, which, for the first time in world-fair history, will focus exclusively on food.

 

Even though Expo Milano won't begin until May, we've already got plenty to say about the event's theme, "Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life." In fact, we've created an Expo-related panel for consideration at next spring's South by Southwest Interactive, with our own executive vice president Mitchell Davis, Bolthouse Farms's Jeff Dunn, National Geographic's Kaitlin Yarnall, and GE's Linda Boff as speakers. In order to get our panel into one of the coveted programming slots in Austin next year, w... Read more >

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