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New for Wine4Food: On the Cheese Trail in LA

New for Wine4Food: On the Cheese Trail in LA

It’s been a long time since my brief stint as a Brooklyn cheesemonger, but my love for all things cheese both predates that adventure and has outlived it. Since moving to Los Angeles I’ve been hopping the craft cheese counters across town, sharing my tyrophilia with a whole new community of people. Everyone brings what they’ve got to the table, and our tasting excursions have led me to a few new cheese affairs of my own. I wrote about it all for the ever lovely Wine4Food.

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New for Wine4Food: Going Out For Tapas in Granada Means Ordering Drinks, Not Food

New for Wine4Food: Going Out For Tapas in Granada Means Ordering Drinks, Not Food

Here’s an excerpt of my piece on Granadino tapas that just came out in Wine4Food. Yes, what you’ve heard is true, at most tapas bars in Granada, tapas come with your drinks. And ordering a drink, lingering over crusts of bread and pools of oil and salty local ham, forces even the most high-speed New Yorker to soak up the moment and treat a meal the way the Spaniards do—as an experience.

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New for Morsel New York: Blue Marble Ice Cream

New for Morsel New York: Blue Marble Ice Cream

Morsel New York just published my feature on Blue Marble Dreams, the nonprofit arm of Blue Marble Ice Cream helping local communities open their own ice cream shops in countries like Haiti and Rwanda. I spoke to Blue Marble's co-founder and CEO, Jennie Dundas, about running the business, sharing the dream, and why something as simple as ice cream can make a big difference.

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