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Joanne Bondy-Stocks and Bondy “Wining and Dining with Jim White” 11-01-18 November 1, 2018

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Stock tip you can count on

Joanne and JimChef Joanne Bondy believes that not all stocks are created equal.  Her wonderful shop Stocks and Bondy in the Dallas Farmers Market offers you (and untold numbers of chefs) the opportunity to buy the freshest, most nutritious, and best tasting stocks and broth you’ve likely ever tasted.  She joins us on this week’s “Wining and Dining with Jim White” on VOKALnow.com.  Her commitment to quality is inspiring.  Her grateful appreciation of life and kindness makes her one of the most beloved people I know.  And, she is one of the most talented chefs you’ll ever meet.  Find out more about all the delicious possibilities you’ll find when you stop by her cozy corner of the world.  This is one stock you’ll be glad you bought.  Guest Gourmet Christy Rost has some delightful holiday entertaining and recipes to share on the program, too. Watch or listen to all of our episodes on VOKAL, YouTube, Vimeo, or iTunes.  It’s the program devoted to introducing you to the women and men who create the flavors you love.  And, remember.  If anybody asks you what you’re making for dinner…tell ’em reservations!

Hamish Clark-Saint Clair Family Estates “Wining and Dining with Jim White” 9-28-18 September 28, 2018

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New Zealand winemaking at its best

Hamish Clark Saint ClairHamish Clark, senior winemaker, for Saint Clair Family Estate in New Zealand is our guest on this week’s “Wining and Dining with Jim White” on VOKALnow.com.  This hail-fellow-well-met, and former scientific investigator in the UK (their equivalent of our CSI), has enjoyed making one of New Zealand’s premier Sauvignon Blancs for over 20 years (along with a host of other great wines in the Saint Clair portfolio).  Get his take on the evolution of the wine industry in New Zealand, with a specific focus on his winemaking region in Marlborough on this week’s episode.  Many years ago, another winemaker told me that New Zealand was a “bottle of wine and three movies away from the states, or if you prefer, a movie and three bottles of wine”.  Join us as Hamish Clark brings New Zealand much closer on your favorite digital device.  Welcome to the program devoted to introducing you to the people who create the flavors you love.  Catch all of our episodes on VOKALnow.com, YouTube, Vimeo, and iTunes.  And, remember.  If anybodys asks you what you’re making for dinner…tell ’em reservations!

Alamos and Don Miguel Gascon Wines “Wining and Dining with Jim White” November 16, 2017

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Magical Mendoza Malbec

Tatiana and Jim

Tatiana Nessier and Jim White

Take a tasting excursion with us to Argentina and meet two of the friendliest wine pros around on this week’s “Wining and Dining with Jim White” on VOKALnow.com.  Sevy’s restaurant was the backdrop as we tasted Mendoza’s nectar of the gods, Malbec from Alamos Wines and Don Miguel Gascon.  Tatiana Nessier may have the best job in the world as a high-flying, fun loving brand ambassador for the high altitude wines of Alamos.  Winemaker Matias Ciciani from Don Miguel Gascon is the third generation of winemakers in his family and literally was born a block away from the winery where he works today!  Find out about the joyous Argentine cultural celebration of wine and foods called Asado, and discover some delicious wines.  It’s on the program devoted to introducing you to the women and men who create the flavors you love.  Check out all our episodes on

Matias and Jim

Matias Ciciani, Gascon winemaker

VOKAL and on iTunes.  And, remember:  If anybody asks you what you’re making for dinner…tell ’em reservations!

 

Charlottesville wine and food country “Wining and Dining with Jim White” October 5, 2017

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Savor sublime flavor and hospitality

Charlottesville - Kirsty Harmon Blenheim Vineyards

Kirsty Harmon, Blenheim Vineyards with Jim White

Join us for a quick romp through Virginia wine country in the foothills of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains on “Wining and Dining with Jim White” on VOKAL.  We only had two days to visit!  Two weeks or even a lifetime is better when you visit a place as charming and inviting as Charlottesville in Albemarle County Virginia.  There’s more history here than you likely absorbed in your entire formal education (think Thomas Jefferson and James Madison for starters).  For foodies; there’s an amazing wine industry (growing by leaps and bounds); a host of craft brewers; succulent Virginia apples (yummy cider); and plenty of delicious cuisine from Southern comfort food to edgy New American.  We soaked-in as much wine, food and culture as possible.  So, join us for a quick overview on our show today.  Most people we spoke with started making plans to move to Charlottesville within a short time of discovering all the area offers.  Locals would never dream of moving.   Tour Jefferson’s Monticello and meet the man who is considered the father of the Virginia wine industry.  Get a taste of classic 18th Century cooking at

historic Michie Tavern.  And, hopscotch with us throughout Albemarle County to taste wines at Jefferson Vineyards, Blenheim Vineyards (Dave Matthews fans you’ll love hearing about his winery), the winery with the Presidential seal of approval (and ours) that makes some delicious sparkling wine, and more!  It’s food, wine, history, hospitality, and more.   And, like we say, if anybody asks you what you’re making for dinner, especially in Virginia, tell ’em reservations!

 

Here’s a quick rundown of more places we visited so you can get information:

(Not pictured: Albemarle Ciderworks, Commonwealth Restaurant and Sky Bar, and Heirloom Restaurant)

Trump Winery
Trump Winery

 

Upcoming wine festival highlights February 23, 2016

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Food and wine festival season is off and running.

Here’s a brief rundown of some outstanding events coming up both near and far:

South Beach photo South Beach Wine and Food Festival happens this weekend in Miami.  It’s a throw down, and lots of fun in the sun.  Get details at their website.

If you’re jaunting to Northern California this weekend, make time for VinoLivo featuring Sonoma Valley wineries and chefs.

The sublime Pebble Beach Food and Wine Festival gets underway March 31st.   For tickets visit the website.

The 12th Annual Savor Dallas is April 7-10, with great foodie tastings in the Dallas Arts District and Fair Park.  Get a special preview taste on March 30th when you can Savor the Arboretum.

The Austin Food and Wine Festival returns April 22nd through the 24th, featuring celebrity chefs, cooking demos, and more.

That same weekend, the 12th annual Buffalo Gap Wine and Food Summit convenes, with Stephan Pyles hosting a dinner featuring his protégées Matt Mcallister, Tim Byres, Mark Kiffin and Katherine Clapner.  Tickets go fast.

May 18-22 the Nantucket Wine Festival.  For information visit the website.

The Food and Wine Classic in Aspen is June 17-19.  It’s the Granddaddy of festivals and worth the trip.  We’ve been 9 times! Get details online.   Hurry, many of the star chef cooking demos sell out quickly.

And, mark your calendar now for Taste of Sonoma Valley, Labor Day weekend, Saturday September 3rd.  The event brings together more than 200 of Sonoma’s top winemakers and growers, along with a collection of the area’s best chefs.  It takes place on the stunning MacMurray Estate Vineyards, Healdsburg, in the heart of the Russian River Valley Appellation.  Visit the website for details.

Remember the all important “6 S’s of Winetasting”:  Sight, Swirl, Sniff, Sip, Savor and Spit.  That last one may be the most important for your well being and enjoyment when hundreds of wines are available to sample.

A votre santé!  And, cheers!

PRE Savor Dallas Wine and Cheese Seminar with Scardello at The Mansion on Turtle Creek March 2, 2014

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Savor the flavor of two local culinary masterminds.

Join Savor Dallas for

The Perfect Pairing of Wine and Cheese

Saturday, March 15th – 2:00 PM at

The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

Benefiting DFW Chapter of American Institute of Wine and Cheese
Wine and Cheese seminar

This is gonna be fun and tasty.  Join Michael Flynn, Sommelier and Director of Wine and Beverage at The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, and Rich Rogers, Proprietor and renowned cheese expert of Scardello’s for this first-class seated tasting.   Explore a world of flavors at this PRE-Savor Dallas Event!
Proceeds from this event benefit the American Institute of Wine and Food, D/FW Chapter’s Scholarship Program.
Reserve early. Space is limited.

The Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek is located at 2821 Turtle Creek Blvd., Dallas, TX 75219  For directions, please access http://www.mapquest.com or call 214-559-2100
Valet Parking included in Price – Gratuity for Valet Parking not included.  Cost: $40.00 Members – $55.00 Guests

For reservations, please call the Hotline at 214.696.2493 OR Email information below to cwerneke@verizon.net.  No cancellations or Reservations will be accepted after Noon, March 10th, 2014

Note! Those joining AIWF prior to this event will be able to attend at the Member price of $40.00. Please see http://www.aiwf.org and click on “Join Now/Renew” for more information.  

For more information about this and other Savor Dallas events, please click here.

Savor Dallas FAQ’s March 4, 2013

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Hello!  “Savor Dallas Guy”Jim White here, with  answers to the most frequently asked questions about the March 14-17 wine and food spectacular.  Just click on the video, and if I haven’t answered your question, please post in the comments section below.  Thanks, and cheers!

LOUIS M. MARTINI WINERY-MICHAEL MARTINI March 11, 2012

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Napa Valley Heritage Wines

Louis M. Martini is a quintessential California wine.  The great winemaking legacy is carried forward by third generation winemaker Mike MartiniJim White caught up with Mike recently to discuss the Martini philosophy and what we can expect from the 2011 vintage.  Join Mike Martini at Savor Dallas, March 30-31.

LIDIA BASTIANICH ART OF MOZZARELLA BY JIM WHITE December 16, 2011

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Chef Lidia Bastianich and the Art of Mozzarella

World-famous Italian chef and cookbook author Lidia Bastianich recently visited her good friend and renowned cheesemaker Paula Lambert at the Mozzarella Company in Dallas.  As Paula is wont to do, she got Lidia involved in a delightful hands-on session of Mozzarella making.  You’re an eyewitness to the private demonstration as Jim White’s “Have iPhone Will Travel” series takes you front and center.  Buon appetito!

IL CANNE ROSSO REVIEW BY JIM WHITE October 23, 2011

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Howling for Cane Rosso

I love the pizza, the vibes, the setting–everything about il Cane Rosso (the red dog in Italian) in Deep Ellum.  Jay Jerrier also loves his pizza enough to drag a pizza oven all over town, and has worked—well, like a dog, over the last few years to get his restaurant open.  Check out the scene and the great pizza Napoli style on this week’s webisode.

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