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Wines

  1. Mediavore
    EPA Trucks Water In Where Gas Drilling Polluted Wells; Yes, There Is a KosherPlus: Wines from the Galicia region are much different from all other Spanish wines; and a nutty new theory about how to treat E. coli, all in our morning news roundup.
  2. Mediavore
    NJ Gov. Chris Christie Loves Donuts… and His Wife; Americans to Get EvenPlus: It’s time to hang up the Riesling and get into Moscato; and everything you ever wanted to know about ancient grains, all in our morning news roundup.
  3. Booze News
    A New Proposal For Privatization Gets House Liquor Committee’s ApprovalThe new plan will allow beer distributors and supermarkets to sell wine, but doesn’t scrap the state store system.
  4. Mediavore
    Upstate PA Waitress Could be the State’s Most Efficient Thief; ‘Bitch’Plus: Get ready for trendy grilled cheese vegetable desserts in the New Year; and could too many free breadstick refills be the cause of Olive Garden’s financial woes, all in our morning news roundup.
  5. Booze You Can Use
    Tryst Is Going to School You on Some DrinkingThe weekly classes, which combine, drinking eating and learning about both, will focus on a different subject of refreshment in each session.
  6. Coming Soon
    Percy Street Heads Uptown; Bindi Goes SpanishThe Percy Street crew will bring smoked meat sandwiches uptown, while Bindi’s owners reconceptualize.
  7. Mediavore
    Camden Imposes Curfew on Late Night Takeout Joints; Wendy’s SuesPlus: A Wilmington shopkeep is dead after an attempted robbery goes bad; and Spain develops an “electronic tongue” to taste wine, all in our morning news roundup.
  8. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Wally’s Central Coast Food & Wine CelebrationEat with your eyes: Lobster rolls, pulled pork a la Bouchon, shawarma and more at Wally’s Central Coast Food & Wine Celebration.
  9. Mediavore
    Micah Wexler’s Favorite Ingredients; Five Guys on the RisePlus: A chocoholic fish was discovered, going back to boxed wine, and it turns out drunk isn’t the same for everyone.
  10. Menus
    McCrossen’s Dabbles In the Tastes of SpainThe new monthly culinary explorations begins tonight with a focus on Spain.
  11. Mediavore
    The Deadline Looms For Amoroso Drivers; Many Produce Scraps Are Edible and TastyPlus: Miami gets a food truck for pets; and deposed Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak refuses to eat solid food, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Mediavore
    Cancer Patients’ Urine Is the Likely Culprit For Radiation in Philly’sPlus: Everything you ever wanted to know about reading wine labels; and Michelle Obama’s deal with Wal-Mart to combat food deserts, all in our morning news roundup.
  13. Mediavore
    L&I Pulls the Plug on the Feltonville Club Where Nine Were Shot; Denmark BansPlus: Consumers express interest in fast-food chicken breakfasts; and British royals break out the good stuff for the Obamas, all in our morning news roundup.
  14. Marketing Gimmicks
    Got a Grown-Up Geek? Take Them to Vampire Lounge, Now Open in 90210Vampire Vineyards has a new lounge that they claim is “owned by a circle of vampires,” because some kids are just too big for Giggles ‘n Hugs.
  15. Mediavore
    Slipping Soup Sales Stymie Campbell’s; A Wisconsin Man Sizes Up HisPlus: A Texas dentist offers patients beer and wine to take the edge off; and McDonald’s plans to replace cashiers with computerized ordering, all in our morning news roundup.
  16. Mediavore
    SuperPretzels Maker Takes on ConAgra’s ‘Frozen Handheld’Plus: Watching fat people on TV makes you fat; and winemakers fight to keep the word “Mommy” on their labels, all in our morning news roundup.
  17. Mediavore
    Hold the Doughnuts: Philadelphia’s Finest Challenge Firefighters in aPlus: Procter and Gamble ditch Pringles; and Americans tend to drink wine without food, all in our morning news roundup.
  18. PLCB Shenanigans
    Despite Dismal Performance LCB Plans to Roll Out More Wine KiosksSurely the LCB wants to fail.
  19. Oeno-File
    Au Revoir, France: U.S. Now Leads the World in Overall Wine ConsumptionAnd it’s all thanks to younger Americans’ growing interest in wine culture.