Although I preach about drinking diversely and outside one’s comfort zone, sometimes we need to revisit what ignited our passion for wine in the first place; a proverbial palatal homecoming of sorts.
Kathleen “Amina” Deady stood in front of a pastry counter in Riverside, California, holding a key fob and wearing a veil across her face.
Is it hot enough for you, yet? Don’t worry, it will probably start cooling down sometime about November. A transplanted Northerner friend of mine admitted that when he first moved south during the cool season he had contempt for Southerners, thinking that they are slow and lazy.
LOS ANGELES — More than a thousand years ago, Buddhist monks in Japan began a daily ritual of grinding green tea leaves into powder, mixing it into hot water with a bamboo whisk, then sharing the tea from a single cup.