In our previous article on what we call “shoulder-season sipping” we suggested a white and a rosé wine for late summer and early fall. You know the season—still too warm for wool, but cool enough to keep a sweater handy. … more
Just as wardrobes change with seasons, many oenophiles—wine-lovers to you and me–turn to different kinds of wines to go with different weather. Spring feels made for light, fresh wine, and winter feels made for hearty reds. Late autumn brings Oktoberfest, … more
Here are a few suggestions we’ve acquired on our own hospitality journey and are passing on to help make your next large-scale dinner party an even greater success. Un-Matched Point You have table service for eight, and you’d like to … more
In another article we discussed the qualities – such as moisture content and texture – that distinguish types of cheese. Here, we’re talking about how to store and serve your delicious cheese selections. Storing Cheese Cheese should be stored in … more
In the first part of this article, we talked with Jacquelyn Buchanan, Culinary Director at Laura Chenel’s Chèvre, about how to assemble a cheese platter. In this part, we’ll discuss accompaniments with Janne Rasmussen of Cypress Grove Chèvre. A good … more
In the first part of this article, we discussed two essential pieces of information on a wine label: the producer (the “brand,” if you will) and the vintage. In this article, we’ll discuss four other pieces of information that are … more
One of our favorite things about wine is that, when paired with the right foods, the combination seems to make the entire dining experience just that much better. Traditionally, there have been some standardized rules to guide consumers in their … more
Budget Barista It’s easy to enjoy lattes, espressos and cappuccinos at home without investing in the money and counter space for a fancy automatic espresso machine. Invest instead in a convenient stove top espresso maker and frothing wand, and you’ll … more
Elegant, tulip-shaped Anolon Nouvelle Copper boasts hard anodized construction and a double full cap base comprised of a copper core and layered aluminum, encapsulated in magnetized stainless steel. The copper and aluminum provide excellent heat conduction, and the magnetized stainless … more
Elegant Anolon Nouvelle Copper starts with specially-crafted cookware bases made with two layers of aluminum and a heat-conducting copper core. Fully-capped by magnetized stainless steel, combined with premium-quality hard-anodized construction, and fitted with stylish handles and lids, each gorgeous, high-performing … more
Lisa gives us the ins and outs of the Anolon Advanced Bronze 6.5 Qt. Chef Pan. A versatile pan.
Katie tells us the ins and outs of the Anolon Advanced Double Burner Griddle.
Watch Marc tell us the ins and outs of the Anolon Advanced Bronze cookware collection.
Form and function come together beautifully in the polished stainless steel finish of Anolon Nouvelle Copper Stainless Steel. Crafted with copper on the bottom, this dishwasher safe collection provides optimum heat conduction for elevated cooking performance.
This Anolon Nouvelle Copper skillet features durable, hard anodized construction crafted with copper to deliver optimum heat control and perfect cooking performance. The double full cap base features a copper core, enveloped between aluminum, completed with a magnetized stainless steel … more