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For many people, squash don’t reach their high season until fall, when the vegetables are used as centerpieces, cooked into stews or roasted with a little maple syrup. Summer squash, however, are generally easier to prepare. That’s because they’re picked before they’ve fully matured, and the…

Breakfast has always been my favorite meal of the day. Although I haven’t always been an early riser, I never skipped my morning breakfast, even if that meant I was finishing my last bites on the car ride to school. I attribute a lot of this to my mom’s constant attention to this important m…

There are few fruits better at the peak of summer than pineapples. They’re sweet, juicy and bring a taste of the tropics to everything from drinks to salads. They also bring health benefits by the boatload. Pineapples’ sunshiny color is a clue to the hefty amount of vitamin C they hold: Just…

Nightshades encompass a huge range of plants, herbs and vegetables. Many are toxic and have ominous-sounding names, such as angel’s trumpet and deadly nightshade, while others are as safe and run-of-the-mill as potatoes, tomatoes and peppers. What nearly all of them have in common is the pre…

Röbller Vineyard’s 2018 Estate Reserve Vignoles started in the vineyard where the dry-farmed fruit began to raisin at harvest. A 24-hour cold soak captured texture, 35-day fermentation preceded Malolactic inoculation and 18 months of sur lie aging. The finished wine was bottled and aged for …

The 2020 Augusta Winery Vignoles is a semi-sweet white wine made from 100 percent Vignoles grapes. The pour is light golden in color with a pineapple and tropical fruit bouquet, while the body is fresh and crisp with a slightly sweet finish. The 2020 vintage is especially refreshing with ver…

Stone Hill Winery’s Vignoles exudes rich pineapple and fresh citrus fruit flavors and aromas. Fermentation is stopped at just the right moment to achieve the perfect balance of natural sweetness. It’s a great accompaniment for spicy foods, sipping by itself or with desserts. The shy-bearing …

Much ink has been spilled on the benefits that come from drinking a glass or two of red wine a day, but the real hero of that story isn’t the wine itself: It’s resveratrol, a compound that’s found in grape skin and is packed with antioxidants that may help ease inflammation throughout the bo…

For thousands of years people have turned to tea as a medicine, as a ritual and simply as a comforting drink. There are countless varieties and blends, and each can benefit the body in different ways. Fruit teas—such as mango, peach and hibiscus—are made from dried pieces of fruit rather tha…

Stone Hill Winery’s Chambourcin has notes of red and maraschino cherry, as well as some lovely fresh plum. The wine showcases interesting earthy aromas and saddle leather, and finishes with a dark chocolate-covered berry compote. It is very soft and drinkable with hints of black pepper and b…

As glasses are raised and plates are passed in homes across the country, Feast Magazine's Catherine Neville has developed a series of recipes with a splash of holiday cheer. Beyond pairing the right beverage with the right dish, wine, beer and spirits elevate the flavor in savory as well as …