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Wine, Cheese, Vinegar and Heinz Ketchup

Since becoming involved with wine and travel, I’ve found myself more interested in the history, story and innovations behind other food categories. For instance there is a similarity between wine, cheese, olive oil and vinegars. Mankind has been making these foods for centuries. Also, fermentation is a common step in making many of these items. […]

Summer 2011 Edition of the Wine Trail Traveler Quarterly

Wine Trail Traveler, LLC recently released the Summer Edition of the Wine Trail Traveler Quarterly. Filled with many photos of scenes at wineries and vineyards, it’s fun to just peruse the pictures. However, there are several recipes using wine as an ingredient. If you have the opportunity be sure to try either the Muscadine Cake […]

Easter, Family, Friends, Recipes and Wine

Easter Weekend is special a special time for people and friends to gather. Any time family and friends are together, is a great time to enjoy food and beverages, including wine. If you are looking for special foods and recipes, you will want to check out recipes, that use wine as an ingredient, on the […]

Wineries, Itineraries and Labor Day Weekend

Tuesdays are known as traveltuesday for a group interested in travel on Twitter. Just use the hashtag #traveltuesday after your tweet about travel. Today (Tuesday) is the perfect day to suggest that those who enjoy tasting wine at wineries check out the itineraries on the Wine Trail Traveler website. If you will be traveling for […]

An Easy Summertime Mimosa Recipe

Have you seen the summer edition of the Wine Trail Traveler Quarterly? It is available as a PDF at http://www.winetrailtraveler.com/newsletter/magsummer10.pdf. Beside the four recipes that are usually included in the Quarterly editions, Erin Sullivan’s article, “Chill Out in the Summer Heat,” includes directions for making Summertime Mimosa. According to Erin, “This is perfect for summer.” […]

What Are You Planning for Father’s Day? Visit A Wine Festival or a Winery?

Not sure what to do for Dad on Father’s Day? Check out some of these events! Even if you can’t go with him, maybe you want to give him a little vacation whether its two hours, two days or a week!?! Father’s Day is Sunday, June 20th – only 2 weeks away! Below are a […]

Spring Edition of the Wine Trail Traveler Quarterly

Yesterday, Wine Trail Traveler released the spring edition of the Wine Traveler Quarterly. The spring edition of the Quarterly can be viewed as a pdf at http://www.winetrailtraveler.com/newsletter/magspring10.pdf . For many people weekends are good for spending time in the kitchen; check out some of the tasty recipes included. Winter Winemaking Scene My Grapevines Are Crying 2010 […]

Recipe from St. Julian Winery, Michigan

St. Julian Winery is the oldest winery in Michigan. They have four additional tasting rooms in the state. Be sure to include enough time during your visit to enjoy the winery tour where you will discover a large collection of “antique” wine making equipment. We visited St. Julian in 2009. St. Julian provided the recipe for […]

Olive Oil Expo in Italy

There are many similarities between wine and olive oil. Grapevines and olive trees need the same basic culture. Tastings are smaller but similar with an emphasis on aroma and taste nuances. While visiting Italy in 2007, we visited several wineries and were privileged to see and photograph workers harvesting olives and the process of producing […]

Cooking With Wine This Weekend

Have you decided what to prepare for tomorrow’s dinner? How about  including a Mushroom Merlot Soup? The main ingredients include celery, onion, heavy cream, Merlot, mushrooms and a beef broth. Check it out on the Wine Trail Traveler website. For dessert, consider the Peaches and Cake recipe. This recipe also includes directions for a “No-Fail […]

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