Last week, I spent several days touring the high country of Argentina's northwest in the Province of Salta, a varied landscape that kisses the arid edges of Bolivia and Peru. While driving three hours north from the city of Salta towards wine country in Cafayate, the landscape transforms every 30 mi ... More >>
Grab your post-Soviet bib in Brooklyn
Video courtesy KSAX, Alexandria and Redwood Falls, MN "Holy cow, this thing is long," exclaimed one student as he dug into the banana split yesterday afternoon at the Willmar Community Christian School in Willmar, MN (population 19,610).
One of the most enticing trends in mixology in the last year has been the resurgence of sherry as an ingredient. (Death & Co. barkeep Alex Day wrote about his love of the fortified wine in his ReadyMade column last month.) Yesterday, Vinos de Jerez hosted its nationwide Sherry Cocktail Compet ... More >>
Clip Job: an excerpt every day from the Voice archives. June 20, 1963, Vol. VIII, No. 35 'Cleopatra': The Fall of Bosley Caesar By Andrew Sarris In case you're still wondering, "CLEOPATRA" (at the Rivoli) is a complete disaster, and I kid you not. I vas dere, Charlie, for four hours and three mi ... More >>
Sizzle sizzle goes the cast-iron vessel, as a pair of snails parades across the table, oblivious of the food drama transpiring inches away. We've ordered one of the oddball tajines at Samakmak, the euphonious name of a new Egyptian seafood cafe, recently joining Bahary and Asmak Taama in the co ... More >>
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