Jane Anson: The seven key aromas of aged Bordeaux Comments Off on Jane Anson: The seven key aromas of aged Bordeaux

Taste of Bordeaux – A Château Haut-Bailly vertical A few years ago, I attended a fascinating a vertical tasting of Château Haut-Bailly wines from 2012 back to 1998, so 15 vintages in all. It was being held for a PhD student at the Bordeaux oenology school called Magali Picard who was researching into exactly how […]

Agromafia Comments Off on Agromafia

In Italy, Bill Whitaker finds out that the long arms of the Mafia extend to agricultural products, especially olive oil, on which the mob makes huge profits by exporting imitations   2016 Jan 03 Correspondent Bill Whitaker   The following is a script from “Agromafia” which aired on Jan. 3, 2016. Bill Whitaker is the […]

Christmas Endorsed Indulgence!

By Joanne Elliott It’s getting near that time of year again. Yes, that’s right… it’s time for Christmas endorsed indulgence! What is it with this time of year that makes us forget all of our better habits? No longer will the simple carrot stick suffice, oh no!  At Christmas time the only sociably acceptable carrot […]

Remington’s Winter Schedule and Promotions

NEW  AMERICAN CUISINE IN A CASUAL,  FINE-DINING ATMOSPHERE UPCOMING EVENTS   v  December 14:  “It’s a Wonderful Life” at the Algonquin Theatre, Pre-Movie Dinner.  Seating from 5:00-5:30 PM.  Three Courses for $35.00 (plus tax and gratuity.) v  December 24: Christmas Eve at Remington’s. Four Course Prix-Fixe menu: $70.00 per person (plus tax and gratuity). v  […]

Featured Wine Comments Off on Featured Wine

Featured Wine KENWOOD VINEYARDS YALUPA SERIES PINOT NOIR, 2013 Russian River Valley, Sonoma, CA A new wine in Remington’s stellar portfolio, the Kenwood Vineyards Yalupa Pinot Noir was chosen by our wine team via a blind tasting from a selection of 12 outstanding pinot noirs from around the world. Featuring fragrant aromas of raspberry and […]

Superfruits don’t need to be exotic. Even domestic fruits can pack high levels of antioxidants.

By Rory Gillespie, Contributing Editor | 05/28/2013 You always remember your first. I was in eighth grade, walking home, and the question was simple enough: “Want to see something cool?” That’s when superfruits entered my life. This was a new fruit introduced into my friend’s family’s produce and meat market. Cleaved in half, the pomegranate […]

Celebrate Easter with Roasted Lamb

Historically, feasting on lamb was a traditional means of ushering in the spring season. The natural breeding cycle of sheep produces lamb in the months of March and April; hence the term spring lamb.  This however, is an informal definition. A lamb is a sheep less than one year old. A baby lamb is six […]

Superbowl Snacks

It’s the day of the biggest football game in America and most of us will find ourselves surrounded by friends, family, or even random people we don’t know to watch two rival teams have it out on the big screen. Whether you are there to cheer on your favorite team, to simply enjoy the company […]

New Year’s food in the United States: a multicultural celebration

“New Year’s Celebrations. Although champage has become de rigeur as midnight strikes, no single food epitomizes the contemporary New Year’s holiday. The menu may be luxurious caviar at a New Year’s Eve bacchanalia or a sobering hoppin’ John on New Year’s Day. Celebrations marking the inexorable march of Father Time often involve foods imbued with […]

American Consumers Prefer Pasta Over Chocolate!

American Consumers Prefer Pasta Over Chocolate!   Recent Survey Conducted on Behalf of the National Pasta Association Shows that Americans Would Give Up Chocolate before Skipping the Spaghetti According to a recent survey conducted for the National Pasta Association (NPA) by Kelton Research, consumers picked pasta over chocolate as the one food they could not […]