TIP OF THE DAY: Rosé Sangria (Think Pink!)

[1] Rosé sangria, an adieu to the formal summer season (photo courtesy La Marina restaurant | NYC). [2] The many shades of rosé depend upon the grape varietal and the length of skin contact (photo courtesy Jot Dot).   We started the summer season with a rose tasting party, and we’re ending it more quietly,…
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FOOD HOLIDAY: The History Of Sangria

December 20th is National Sangria Day. The word derives from the Spanish word for bloodletting, and refers to the red wine that was used as a base for the punch. While many of us think of sangria as a summer cooler, red sangria is the perfect color to celebrate the holidays. THE HISTORY OF SANGRIA…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Pomegranate Sangria For National Sangria Day

[1] Make pomegranate sangria for your guests (photo © Pom Wonderful). [2] Make pomegranate sangria for your guests (photo © Pom Wonderful).   There’s nothing more festive than a holiday punch bowl. Historically, Christmas meant gathering around the wassail bowl for good cheer. “Wassail” is Middle English contraction of the toast, wæs hæil, “be healthy.”…
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