NY Times Dining Section Roundup: 3.22.06
A jam-packed Dining Section in today’s NY Times, on a day when we have ten zillion things to do. We say thumbs-up, and hope you’ll click through the following links to sample some of the great writing put forth this week. Bravo.
• Decanting Rober Parker: Asimov tries to get to the bottom of the question: Who is this Robert Parker guy?
• The Sizzle and Pop of Radio Cooking: Kim Severson explores the world of cooking shows on the radio and it gives a warm fuzzy feeling.
• Wines of the Times: A Match Made in Australia: Asimov pours cabernet sauvignon-shiraz blends from different areas of Australia.
• Never Mind the Sea Serpent, Where’s My Salmon: Marion Burros gets to the bottom of New England lakes where landlocked Salmon (cousins of the endangered wild Atlantic Salmon) are there for the catching, if you can stand the cold.