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Will Lenn Be the Biggest Loser?

It seems that most everyone says they are going to lose weight at the beginning of every year, but I know that I rarely follow through with it. But this year, I’m going to try to be the biggest loser. I have to admit that...


Decanting the Family Through the Holidays (by Christopher Watkins)

Decanting the Family Through the HolidaysBy Christopher Watkins They pour through the door  with all the wild aggression of a blood-crimson Cabernet   cascading past the thin lips of a glistening and primed  ...

Introducing Christopher Watkins, LENNDEVOURS’ Poet Laureate

It is with great pleasure that I introduce you to LENNDEVOURS’ newest contributor, and first poet laureate, Christopher Watkins. Chris is a poet and songwriter. His chapbook "Short Houses With Wide Porches" is f...


Long Island Wines in the Blogosphere

You have probably noticed already, but Long Island wines have made their way onto a few other blogs of late. Just before Xmas, Eric Asimov from the New York Times wrote about The Grapes of Roth 2001 Merlot on his blog, The Pour...


January Issue of canvas Magazine

The January issue of canvas magazine has hit news stands as well as the Internet. I think this issue is particularly interesting, with a great story on the power of herbs, a short piece on North Fork Table and Inn, and one abou...

Resolutions for 2007

Nena likes to tell me that I’m a man of a million great ideas…follow through is the problem. In my mind I’ve written numerous books, started several companies and completed numerous projects. In the vein, I...


Talking Sustainable with David Page, co-owner Shinn Estate Vineyards

I’ve long been a fan of Shinn Estate Vineyards, not only because of their wines but also because of their dedication to sustainable farming and push towards near-complete organic viticulture. Today on Appellation America,...


Winter Wine Class Series at Stony Brook

Stony Brook University’s Center for Food Wine, and Culture has just announced a cool new winter wine education session that you might be interested in. They are calling it Inside Wine: From Vineyard to Glass and it is on ...