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Boxed Wines in the US vs Europe

Boxed Wines in the US vs Europe

Boxed wines or bag-in-box wines have historically been met with resistance by American wine companies and American consumers. While they’ve long been thought of as downmarket wines, more consumers are beginning to recognize the benefits that come from this type of packaging and appreciate that quality wines can be enjoyed...

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Bag-in-Box Wines: Better Than You Think!

Bag-in-Box Wines: Better Than You Think!

Boxed wines have long had a negative stigma, often associated with low-quality wines. However, as more quality box wines are produced and more consumers have seen the benefits that come with this packaging, this stigma is beginning to disappear. The reality is that boxed wines offer a variety of benefits...

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EASY SUNDAY

EASY SUNDAY

For those slow Sundays and keeping your mind and vibe in the right place.

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PAULINE'S KITCHEN

PAULINE'S KITCHEN

Cooking and drinking wine with the ones you love is one of life's treasures. A treasure that can be practiced everyday.

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Grandma Pauline's Sunday Sugo

Grandma Pauline's Sunday Sugo

Great Grandma Pauline would make her signature sugo for the family every Sunday. This classic spaghetti and meatballs dish was something everyone looked forward to each week and it continues to be a staple in our families and homes today. This is a traditional Spaghetti and Meatballs recipe with the...

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DINNER

DINNER

The perfect background for your 3-hour dinner on a Tuesday.

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Wine Three-Tier System: An Introduction

Wine Three-Tier System: An Introduction

What Is The Three-tier System? Alcohol distribution in the United States has historically been highly regulated, resulting in an inefficient system adding consumer costs. Interestingly, the added costs are not just a consequence of this structure, but actually was one of the primary goals when the system was created.  A quick look...

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Simple Italian Salad

Simple Italian Salad

This is a staple in our house. It's our go-to salad that is quick to make and is always a crowd pleaser. People always ask how we make it and are surprised at the simple process and minimal ingredients. This is a classic Italian-style salad that can be served on...

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Pistou Sauce

Pistou Sauce

Pistou is akin to pesto. Pesto originated in Genoa, which is located in the northern region of Italy. Pistou is basically the same sauce without the addition of nuts. Pistou originated in France but is used throughout Europe and in the U.S. We love pesto too and to make pesto, simply add...

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AFTER DINNER WALK

AFTER DINNER WALK

When it's time to walk off dinner, enjoying the evening air with friends and the right tunes can bring the night to a beautiful end.

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Uncle Charlie's Sicilian Pizza

Uncle Charlie's Sicilian Pizza

Sicilian pizza is a bit different and has an almost bread-like quality to the crust. It's thicker and chewier, similar to it's cousin the Detroit-style pizza. Not short on cheeses, this style of pie gushes with sauce and cheesy goodness in every bite. It's a bit thicker and heartier than than...

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How to Keep Wine Fresh: The Complete Guide

How to Keep Wine Fresh: The Complete Guide

Drinking wine is one of life’s greatest pleasures, but nothing disrupts a great meal or relaxing evening quite like a stale, foul tasting glass of wine. We’ve put together this complete guide to keeping your wine fresh and delicious to help you avoid just such a situation, and you’ll be...

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Calzone con Salumi

Calzone con Salumi

Calzones are basically folded pizzas and were originally created to eat while out and about. These were most commonly bought through street vendors. The literal meaning is "trouser leg" as in calzoni pants and possibly got its name from being the perfect snack to eat while walking around. This recipe...

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