Month: May 2022

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Defining California’s Sonoma Coast American Viticulture Area (AVA)—and the wines it produces—has long been challenging. The vast region spans 750 miles, with vineyards near the Mendocino County border in the north to the Carneros border in the south, some 20 miles inland from the Pacific coast. But as of now, wines made from the westernmost
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Ever wonder about the “legs” when you taste wine? Here’s the real deal from The Wine Coach! Looking at the legs of your wine can tell you something about the wine but it is not about stability or even the quality–that’s another MYTH. Want to know why you should look at your legs and what
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INGREDIENTS ▢½ pound pork loin (225g, or pork tenderloin, cut into thin strips) ▢¼ teaspoon salt ▢1 teaspoon Shaoxing wine (or other rice wine) ▢1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper ▢2 teaspoons cornstarch ▢1 teaspoon vegetable oil (plus 3 tablespoons, divided) ▢¼ cup water (60 ml) ▢2½ tablespoons sweet bean sauce ▢½ teaspoon dark soy sauce
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