Serving Beverages at Easter

Pairing wine with your holiday meal, whether it be traditional fare or your own twist, is always a challenge. Ham or lamb are traditional choices for Easter meals but there are always variations. Do yourself a favor and ignore the sickening sweet dishes that find their way to the table –  nothing works with these so forget about it. The biggest concern is the eclectic...

Tequila Shrimp

This is a super tasty and quick dish that fills your kitchen with the aromas of summer cooking. It perfectly shows off both top quality shrimp and Tequila with support from chili and garlic. This dish also benefits from being dead easy to prepare while offering a wow factor to your friends and family. If you can’t find fresh shrimp where you are you...

The Arsenic Scare (it’s come to this…)

At BevX I like to report on things that are positive and uplifting. However, there are times when I have to depart from the usual themes and deliver some cold hard truths. You are going to die. Yes, it’s true. One day, hopefully a day many, many years from now you will die. I hope this doesn’t scare you. I cannot tell you when...

Single Vineyard Wines From Cornerstone Cellars

This week I had the chance to meet with Craig Camp of Cornerstone Cellars to catch-up, taste some older vintages, and discover what is new at Cornerstone. BevX readers know that I am incredibly fond of the terrific wines being made at Cornerstone. The big news from Cornerstone is the introduction of a single-vineyard series of wines. The vineyards that will be featured are:...

St. Patrick’s Day – License to Ill?

It’s here, St. Patrick’s Day the third in the trifecta of imbecile drinking holidays in as many months. New Year’s Day and Mardi Gras are safely tucked away as we now sound the amateur hour alert for the traditional, non-traditional, St. Patrick’s Day slosh fest. Of course there is nothing wrong with the observance of the day, it all comes down to how too...

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