Looking for some turkey day advice? Don’t look here

selogo.jpg…check out Serious Eats!

I met Ed Levine a few weeks ago and he asked me to contribute some wine postings to his site. For those of you who don’t know it, the site is a lively group blog of serious eaters. Well, as you can see from their logo, they’re not THAT serious. Somehow they manage to squeeze off something like 10-20 posts a day, which is mind-boggling to me. Long live the power of groups! And long live pairing food sites with wine ones!

So click on over and check out my posting “Value vino for turkey (and sides) day”–if you’re not too distracted watching Molto Mario’s video series “Mario unclogged!”

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2 Responses to “Looking for some turkey day advice? Don’t look here”

  1. Nice Serious Eats post! We’re having 13 over for dinner and need to keep the cost down. I’ll be looking to Loire reds. Thanks for the suggestion.

  2. Thanks Dave! Good luck with your guests–and let us know how the Loire reds work out!


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