NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 8.2.06
From the New York Times’ Dining Section…
Welcome to the Country: Columbia County as a food destination outside of NYC that can be re-discovered again and again and again. (How many times have you been?)
Demand and Price Rise for Organic Almonds: The popularity of almonds is sky-rocketing; so are the prices.
Surprises From the Jura, Jagged in a Velvet-Smooth Universe: Asimov and his panel taste wines from the Jura region in Eastern France. The grape is Savagnin and the fermentation process often erroneously compared to sherry.
A New Tasting Menu in the Baby Section: The $3.6 billion a year business of baby food.
• Organic Produce, Artisanal Bread, A-List Farmers: No Dean & Deluca yet, but in Litchfield County, CT, a New Yorker will feel at home with the selection of sophisticated foodstuffs.
• At a Tomato Tasting, Notes of Pond and Paint: Heirloom tomatoes treated like wine.
• New From the Grill: A Burger That Isn’t: The Minimalist grills tuna burgers.