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By Marco Giovanetti Georgia is one of the oldest winemaking nations in the world, and by some experts even considered as the birth-place of wine. This fact is known by 8000 years old archeological findings of grape-pips  inside antique clay pots. Wine is one of...
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The volcanic wines of Mount Etna

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On January 12, 2014
  By Marco Giovanetti Among Italy’s numerous and vibrant wine regions, the Mount Etna region in northeastern Sicily seems a strange place for producing any wines let alone quality wines. Mount Etna is an active, fearsome volcano that has erupted from time to time, sometimes...

Eating for beauty

On January 12, 2014

For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone. –.

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By Marco Giovanetti As you may know very well know, on my wine columns, I like to cover wines that are not particularly well known. In keeping with this spirit for the coming year 2014, I am taking you on a little tour of the...

Tourtiere

On December 21, 2013

By Chef Peter Webster of Bouquet Garni Catering   The tourtière is a Quebec institution.  It is most often served around Christmas time, which is too bad because it is.

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Sweet potatoes

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On December 7, 2013
I had a theme for dinner the other night.  I made a roasted sweet potato soup, sweet potato fries and a pork loin with sweet potato and pear sauté.  Considering all the sweet potato on the menu, it was all gobbled up with no complaints...
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