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Finding Salvation

No, I haven’t found a new religion, praise Odin, but I have found Salvation.

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A Food-Friendly Red

One of the most passionately loved wines in the country is pinot noir. It isn’t always easy to be a pinot fan, as good ones tend to cost more than wines made from other grape varieties.

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Bitburger's Barley Boost

This is a mediocre, innocuous beer perfect for a day in the canoe since it comes in cans. If fizzy yellow beer is your thing, this is better than most American versions. Perhaps it’s the German adherence to the Reinheitsgebot or beer purity law.

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Thai One On

The Pad Thai was seriously awesome: seasoned perfectly, tender and full of veggies. Plus, it was served with crushed peanuts on the side and sprinkling them over the top made the dish go from good to @&^#%ing awesome!

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Bridlewood Puts The 'Yay' in Viognier

Seriously, put down that chardonnay for a second and show 2008 Bridlewood Viognier some love.

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Merlot Madness

This week we’ll look at one of the world’s most versatile wine grapes, and its food-friendly wines that can range from $5.99 to $1,999.99 per bottle.

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The Skillet’s Not Hot

Let me say that I really want to like every restaurant you guys recommend. I promise I do. In fact, I want to like every restaurant I try.

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Nobley Delicious

Samuel Adams Noble Pils from The Boston Beer Co. in Boston, Mass., has a neck label that claims it’s one of the only beers to use all five of the noble hops.

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Cheap Doesn’t Always Taste Cheap

Honestly, I’ve never found a Cab I really fell in love with for less than 20 dollars. (Often times they just taste like flavored rubbing alcohol).

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Granny's Affordable, Delicious Tastes

The roast beef was the best I’ve ever had at a restaurant. The waitress informed me that they slow roasted it fat side up the night before. It was moist and tender.