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So I'm looking for a website that only deals with news about sparkling wine (releases, reviews, news etc). Don't really care about regular wine, just want to know what's up with sparkling wine. Any thoughts?
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Originally Posted by edinatlanta View Post

So I'm looking for a website that only deals with news about sparkling wine (releases, reviews, news etc). Don't really care about regular wine, just want to know what's up with sparkling wine. Any thoughts?
don't know of anything right off hand. the best guy on sparkling wine is tom stevenson and googling i see he seems to contribute to something called wine pages.
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So I'm looking for a website that only deals with news about sparkling wine (releases, reviews, news etc). Don't really care about regular wine, just want to know what's up with sparkling wine. Any thoughts?

http://www.libation-unlimited.com/champagne.aspx
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After butter poaching lobster, can I save the butter and use it for something else (or use it to poach again), or should it be tossed? If I can save it, should it only be used in something that will be cooked?
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Thanks to fg but especially Ed.
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OK as a followup... do any of the wine publications/newspaper columnists on wine regularly have stuff on sparkling wine? If so which ones? AND THEN I WILL BE OUT OF YOUR HAIR
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AND THEN I WILL BE OUT OF YOUR HAIR

how long is this good for?
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After butter poaching lobster, can I save the butter and use it for something else (or use it to poach again), or should it be tossed? If I can save it, should it only be used in something that will be cooked?
You can certainly use it for lobster, or perhaps langoustine or shrimp. But it will have a strong "shellfish" taste that will overwhelm anything else.
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Originally Posted by tdangio View Post

After butter poaching lobster, can I save the butter and use it for something else (or use it to poach again), or should it be tossed? If I can save it, should it only be used in something that will be cooked?
You can certainly use it for lobster, or perhaps langoustine or shrimp. But it will have a strong "shellfish" taste that will overwhelm anything else.

unless you want this? might make for some awesome buttered noodles.
post #7120 of 7372
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

unless you want this? might make for some awesome buttered noodles.

Jesus please don't tell this to anyone; it will become the next lobster mac and cheese.
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Jesus please don't tell this to anyone; it will become the next lobster mac and cheese.
ahem, what about building a white sauce with it? (and then mac and just a little bit of cheese?).
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I deserve credit for this idea, assholes
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*opens up a trendy little spot on the LES*
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use it to make lobster eggs benedict for Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
brunch
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Originally Posted by foodguy View Post

don't know of anything right off hand. the best guy on sparkling wine is tom stevenson and googling i see he seems to contribute to something called wine pages.

i feel like there's no one good site for wine reviews like there is for beer

the good wine reviews by good writers are all behind a paywall


peter liem's writings are very good and he has a detailed champagne website (http://www.champagneguide.net) but it's behind a paywall. burghound also has a great champagne section (makes sense consider how close the regions are) but it's also behind a paywall
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