Here’s a tasty morsel to tide you over until Saturday when the festival begins. Country Cat Executive Chef Adam Sappington has shared the recipe of his delectable smoked and braised duck leg, which he served April 2nd at the James Beard House in New York City. New York crowds are always tough, but Adam absolutely [...]
Monthly Archives: April 2008
For an inside look at the PIWF judging from the eyes of an Indie winemaker, check out the Boedecker Cellars blog.
If you haven’t yet picked up the May 15th issue of the Wine Spectator, you might want to get your hands on a copy and turn to page 149. Congrats to 2008 Indie selected wineries DePonte Cellars, Boedecker Cellars, and Vidon Vineyard, whose wines are featured with tasting notes in the Spectator’s Buying Guide. Out [...]
We just announced the top 40 wineries who took the coveted spots at the festival. Happy news right? Now, herein lies the rub. We could really use your thoughts on the matter.
The issue is this: Should we limit wines poured at the festival to ONLY the actual wines that were selected by the jury [...]
James Beard was a Portlander who descended upon the Big Apple to become one of the most famous foodies of all time, and his legacy was alive Wednesday night at the historic James Beard House in Greenwich Village.That’s where Portland Chef Adam Sappington and his wife Jackie of The Country [...]