A Loaf of Bread, A Jug of Wine, and Brrr

Let's be real about food this time of year; no matter how low the calorie count, it's going to add fluff to the body. In my case, winter food seems to be butt-specific.

Iron Chef America – the Latest Rants and Reviews!

In the history of ICA, that had to be the most idiotic, stupid, brainless, ludicrous idea that anyone could have thought of.

Wine in the Time of Quarantine[1]

What part of 2020 saw “the best of times… the age of wisdom,” or “a spring of hope?” 

My First Las Vegas Golden Knights Hockey Game!

Their first game was just days after 1 October, the deadliest mass shooting in American history. The Knights embraced Las Vegas and Vegas fiercely embraced them back. The rest, as they say, is history.

AB is Back! Reloaded! And it’s Good…

One of the things that he brought out was that ingredients that weren’t available then are now freely available in many markets. Gochujang, anyone?

2007 Wind Gap Nebbiolo – Can Cali Finally Compete?

Could Nebbiolo be my secret affair wine? Am I cheating on Pinot Noir?

Is Las Vegas Losing Her NYE Mojo? We’re Number FIVE?!? WTF!

By the way, the least expensive place to spend NYE on a budget is Gilbert, AZ. I know. Me neither.

Honeymoon, Africa, Cape Town, and Wine! (Part eight)

Along the way we were serenaded by the grunts of hippos in the water, the trumpets of elephants on shore, and the toots of Egyptian geese flying overhead.

Malibu Coast AVA and the Woolsey Fire

Malibu was dealt a near-fatal blow in November as the Woolsey Fire ravaged homes, estates, wild lands, and vineyards.

And Now for the Hard Part – Farewell to a Friend

I've received phone calls and emails from people wondering who/what I was talking about when I penned the post, A Vegas Wineaux Loss.

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