NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 7.19.06
Greenmarket at 30, Searching for Itself: As the NYC Greenmarkets turn the big three-oh, growing pains and triumphs.
Peaches and Ice Milk: A Marriage Made in Georgia: The Chef column continues with Anne Quatrano who has dozens of peach trees on her property, and this time of year, they’re made into Fresh Macerated Early Cling Peaches With Chamomile Ice Milk and Toasted Brioche. (Contest entrants, take note!)
Austrian Wines Have a Voice, and It’s Excited: The great comeback of the Austrian wine industry, and the man behind it all.
• Too Sweet to Be Invited to Dinner: Asimov rants on overly-sweet and under-balanced “dry” American wines like pinot noir, zinfandel and cabernet sauvignon.