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  • 2006 Fran├žois Villard Viognier 'Les Contours de Deponcins'

    Francois Villard makes one of the northern Rhone's most stunning Condrieus, but this talented young vintner also makes a haunting wine called "Les Contours de Deponcins," which is made from the Viognier grape but doesn't carry the Condrieu appellation....
  • The Review: Palate Food + Wine

    The Review: Palate Food + Wine
    YOU SNAG a parking spot on the street in the middle of Brand Boulevard's endless row of car dealerships and as you get out of the car, you can feel the salesmen go into high alert. A possible buyer for that gas-guzzling truck? No, just another food...
  • 2007 Fontanafredda Briccotondo Barbera

    Whether the stock market rebounds or not, everyone can use a great little Barbera at a great price. That would be the 2007 Briccotondo from Fontanafredda. All right, it is not exactly limited in quantity, so wine geek points are exactly zilch. However, it...
  • Double the pleasure

    Double the pleasure
    Two new restaurants in north San Diego County -- Market, a contemporary American bistro in Del Mar, and Addison, a golf resort dining room in Carmel Valley -- are setting the bar ever higher in that part of the world. They're very different, but each is...
  • A dozen places in L.A. to feel like a star

    LOS ANGELES 1. The Beverly Hills Hotel and Bungalows Still lording from its leafy roost in pink and green. Even if you don't stay here, you can stroll the halls, admiring the photographs of Douglas Fairbanks and Mary Pickford (who lived up the street),...
  • Inner Julia Child, please come out now

    Inner Julia Child, please come out now
    Until recently, the closest thing I'd come to a cooking class was watching the demo station at Trader Joe's. After seeing "Julie & Julia," I felt inspired to get in touch with my inner Julia Child. But who has the time and money to fly to Paris and...
  • Inspired eye for the fungi

    In this crazy foodie time, when venison is raised like cattle and foie gras has become commonplace, wild mushrooms are one of the last great edible rarities. Though a few of them are starting to pop up in high-end groceries and at select farmers markets,...
  • The age of indulgence gets its own Gourmet

    When the magazine of good living produced the first Gourmet cookbook in 1950, the world was a very different place. Europe was war-ravaged, while America was rich, innocent and giddy — the perfect setting for a new Europe, but with better plumbing...
  • The great asparagus divide

    True lovers of asparagus are a devout bunch, united in their passion for spring's first green spears and resolute in their refusal to be seduced by the siren song of out-of-season impostors. But within this flock lies a deep division. Meet another...
  • With timballo, any night is big

    With timballo, any night is big
    IF there could be any doubt that real life is rarely like the movies, consider the timballo. On screen it is inevitably presented as one dazzling dish about as easy to make as a 15-course meal. In actuality it can be one dazzling dish that is even simpler...
  • The soulful simmer

    The soulful simmer
    About 15 years ago, traveling along the Italian Riviera, I'd had all I could take of the brave new Italian foods I had just discovered: walnut cream sauce and sun-dried tomatoes and gnocchi and fresh mozzarella. (Well, they were new to me, anyway.) I...