Narsai David reviews “The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook” “The Whole Seed Catalog.”
Craft beer is nothing new, but visiting Fort Point Beer Co. in San Francisco was new to our food critic, Narsai David. He was surprised that the brewery, located in the historic Presidio, is already a year old.
The annual Winter Fancy Food Show in San Francisco is history, but this past week certainly was something with 80,000 samples of chocolate, cheese, olive oil and gluten-free-just about anything.
After all the rich food we’ve been eating over the holidays, Narsai has a nice and easy recipe that’s going to go just as easy on your stomach.
The old grain is typically enjoyed in countries in the Middle East, but is gaining popularity in kitchens in the U.S.
KCBS Food and Wine Editor Narsai David shares a recipe for what he calls the best eggnog ever.
The Essential Bar Book by Jennifer Fielder is an A-to-Z guide to spirits, cocktails and wine; including 115 recipes. Narsai David says with cocktails making a comeback, this might be a a necessary buy.
With the holidays upon us, Narsai David has two wine selections that won’t break the budget and are easy to pair with food.
Narsai’s wine recommendations include a couple of reds from J. Lohr Estates in Paso Robles and one white that’s a little out of the ordinary. Find out which goes best with turkey for a holiday dinner.
Our food and wine critic, Narsai David, is apprehensive of Wine Advocate, Robert Parker’s liberal 100 point system that has seen droves of top-ranking wines in recent years.