Welcome to Lady Chef Stampede, Amanda Cohen’s series about the world’s most influential Lady Chefs! Click here to read her Q & A with us about the column, or read on to learn more about this week’s Lady Chef…While the Lady Chef Stampede … [Read more...] about Lady Chef Stampede: Madeleine Kamman, The French Chef Who Battled Julia Child (And Survived)
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Rene Redzepi’s Noma happens to be a magical Danish place where the ants are tasty, the beans come from the sea, and the wine arrives via 18th-century schooner, accompanied by lusty bearded seamen and singing mermaids (or a bunch of hipster waiters?).As wine merchant Sune … [Read more...] about WATCH: Rene Redzepi Delivers Wine By Schooner, How Else?
This story first appeared in the Nov. 22 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine.Now in its third year, the Napa Valley Film Festival -- running Nov. 13 to 17 -- was founded by Brenda and Marc Lhormer, producers of Bottle Shock, a 2008 indie pic about the famous 1976 contest in … [Read more...] about Napa Film Fest: Sommelier Pairs Wines With 5 Titles
“Today we’re celebrating the start of a new era,” DCTV’s co-founder and co-executive director Jon Alpert announced to a crowd of several hundred filmmakers, documentary enthusiasts and journalists.In the background stood DCTV’s home since 1979, a … [Read more...] about Ground Breaking for DCTV’s New Doc-Only Theater
Imagine this for your summer vacation: You have lunch in the Tuscan vineyards with Allegra Antinori of the Antinori wine dynasty; then you sip fine Barolos in the cellars belonging to another wine family, the Gajas; and finally you indulge in a tasting of about 200 premier and … [Read more...] about Luxury Travel Quarterly