August 3, 2014

The “Bon Problème:” Is Climate Change Altering the Wines We Drink – and Getting Us Drunk Faster?

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French producers are calling it the “bon problème“– warmer temperatures that are increasing output in many traditional wine producing regions. But these warmer temperatures are also affecting grapes in ways that may have already fundamentally altered the nature of some wines. And not necessarily in positive ways. That’s the message of a well-written piece published yesterday by Gwynn Guilford on Qz.com. Read the rest of this entry »

September 24, 2010

Food in the News: Pumpkin Beer, Gelato University and the Sparkling Water Fountain of Paris

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Pumpkin Beer! – We can’t resist pumpkin here at Chew on That. As the weather starts to change and the leaves begin to fall, it’s time to purchase our first pumpkin of the year. But pumpkin beer is a whole different story. Unfortunately, none of the Chew on That editors have tried this fall beverage, but this article fascinated us nonetheless. Check out this fun article all about pumpkin beer and find out where you can try it!

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July 14, 2010

French Eats for Bastille Day!

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Today is Bastille Day, the French national holiday!  To celebrate, I have decided to compile a collection of some fabulous French foods that everyone must try in their lifetime!  Read the rest of this entry »

March 12, 2008

As If You Needed Another Reason To Go To France

This house is made out of grapefruits, lemons and all sorts of citrus. Look crazy? Well there are countless of them made each year at the annual LEMON FESTIVAL in Menton, a small city in the Southeast of France.

Crazy, right?

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