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From mountainous terrain to salty shores, Spain is one of the world’s top wine producing countries, offering a wide range quality wines. With names like Albariño, Tempranillo, and Verdejo, Spanish wine offerings include robust reds, crisp whites, refreshing rosés, sparkling cavas, … Continue reading
I love KQED’s excellent QUEST series. Their videos and radio stories present nuggets of science and nature in the most engaging, informative, and watchable way. I’ve already shared their videos on The Science of Cheese and The Science of Sourdough. … Continue reading
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, here’s another tasty science lesson from KQED’s excellent QUEST series. (See previous posts on the science of cheese and sourdough bread.) From the QUEST website: “Chocolate: It’s been revered for millennia by cultures throughout … Continue reading
I recently posted a video from KQED’s excellent QUEST series, called “The Science and Art of Cheese.” QUEST’s videos and radio stories focus on Northern California science and nature—and are always engaging, informative, and easy to understand. I came across … Continue reading
You may have heard that the other day Chez Panisse celebrated its fortieth birthday. I grew up just a few blocks from the famed Berkeley restaurant and my first memory of it was right around the time it opened. It’s … Continue reading
It’s official: we are SO not lazy! The mid-summer leg of our Lazy Gourmet book tour saw us at four events in the span of two weeks, including a trip down to Pasadena’s famous Vroman’s bookstore, where we were warmly … Continue reading
As Robin wrote about in this post, we launched our book tour for The Lazy Gourmet a couple of weeks ago with a flurry of promotional appearances, both virtual and flesh-based. This past week marked the second leg of our … Continue reading
Do you love cheese as much as Robin and I do? To help you scale your reply accurately, I will tell you that we love cheese very, very, VERY much. We also both like interesting sciencey stuff. So I was … Continue reading