In November, Andreea and Florentina Enica opened the first Nothing Bundt Cakes in Westchester County, trading their tennis rackets for spatulas to recapture the warm memories of their grandmother’s cakes in their native Romania.
Wine columnist Doug Paulding writes: “Find a well-stocked store like The Wine Connection in Pound Ridge, Total Wines in Norwalk or Zachy’s in Scarsdale that offers case discounts, and you can be essentially savoring a $250 bottle (of Super Tuscan wine) for $50 or $60.”
The goal of high-protein, low-sugar, grain- and gluten-free Three Wishes Cereal is to become a classic staple among American breakfast foods, says Margaret Wishingrad, co-founder of the multimillion company.
A new breed of mixologists is veering from traditional drink recipes to create its own cocktails – just as its counterparts do in the kitchen. Our wine and spirits columnist Doug Paulding calls these experimenters the “Liquid Chefs.”
WAG senior travel writer and food critic Jeremy Wayne wades through spotty service and a case of mistaken identity to savor The Wheel, the signature restaurant of The Village in Stamford, where terms like “farm-to-table” and “organic” actually mean something.