Our food and wine expert has a fresh, summer citrus sauce that goes well on asparagus, kale or chard.
Here are three delicious wines for the summertime from the Russian River Valley and the Dry Creek Valley.
With strawberries in season in the Bay Area, KCBS Food and Wine Editor Narsai David has a strawberry dessert topping recipe for all to enjoy.
Which wine goes best with oysters? The 20th Annual Pacific Coast Oyster Wine Competition has named the winners and five are from California.
In the Bay Area, springtime is when fresh, local asparagus–a vegetable with an ancient history–comes on the market. It’s usually in season from mid-April until mid-June. So, which to choose, the skinny stuff or the fat stalks?
Narsai David enjoyed his first field-grown rhubarb of the season and has concocted a delicious dessert recipe involving ginger and baked crispiness.
The 2011 vintage in California was a trying one for wine growers, Luckily, however, there are still some beautiful 2011 Pinot Noirs available from the Russian River Valley, like this year’s selection Gary Farrell selection and Dutton-Goldfield.
There’s a marvelous new cookbook from the editors of America’s Test Kitchen that’s just been published called “The Complete Cooking For Two Cookbook” that’s a notable and worthy alternative to most recipes that serve four to six.
Here’s why you shouldn’t be afraid to add a little splash to a wine that’s lacking, or cook with a wine that’s past its prime.
Narsai gives some historical tidbits on how citrus fruits played into California’s Gold Rush, before sharing his marmalade recipe that can use grapefruit, limes, lemons or oranges.