Month: March 2016

Somewherness
Wine Wine Reviews

2015 Somewherness tasting of Ontario wines

The idea of Somewhereness was invented and promoted by Matt Kramer, author, and wine columnist. He explains “ Somewhereness is more than just an event. It allows us to recognize the particular beauty of a place. Since Ontario’s wines have just such a particular beauty, Somewhereness celebration makes sense in […]

Persimmon
Food

Persimmon

Persimmon, the bright orange fruit shapes like an elongated tomato appears in North American grocery stores from September to February, The fruit is native to Japan, China, Myanmar, and Nepal. Today, persimmon is now widely planted in India, south of California, southern Europe, Brazil, but China is the largest producer […]

A memorable port wine tasting in Toronto
Wine Wine Reviews

A memorable port wine tasting in Toronto

On Tuesday October 13, five well-established port wineries presented their products to eager trade professionals. Most people associate port wine with red, sweet, tawny, ruby, L B V or vintage style. A few fortified white sweet wines are also produced of which the French are very fond. The Douro valley […]

Book Review: Desperate Measures
Book Reviews

Book Review: Desperate Measures

The author has written an excellent mystery story, which anyone with an interest for such narrative will find very engaging. She is a terrific writer with an uncanny ability to showcase her talent in developing engaging plots, and characters any reader would like to know more closely. This is a […]