Make the Cocktail Martha Stewart Has Been Drinking All Summer
It's called the "Martha-Rita," and it's spectacular.
We've never loved her more.
"We are good people."
When we're stuck in a meal-repeating rut and need new ideas, Martha Stewart's recipes never fail to get us excited to try out new dishes. Just last week, her 4-ingredient grilled chicken recipe gave us new inspiration for our favorites poultry. And now she's back with another easy chicken recipe that we can't wait to […]
There's no summer food more iconic than hot dogs and burgers on the grill. But while it's easy to swap out plain old hot dogs for something more exciting (there are like, a bazillion different kinds of sausage you can buy at the store these days), figuring out how to put a twist on a […]
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Rita Ora opted for one of summer's hottest trend: the anklet.
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The French government just announced another $95 million to help beleaguered winegrowers.
In this installment of "Where The Experts Shop", Katherine Clary, founder of the Wine Zine , and author of the newly published book Wine, Unfiltered shares her go-to digital haunts for natural wines. While I’ll always maintain that going into a wine shop, chatting with the shopkeeper, and dutifully inspecting each bottle before purchasing is my preferred way to shop for wine, the current state of the world is not allowing us to have nice things. Fine! No matter: it’s 2020, and small, natural wine-focused shops around the country are shipping straight to your door. The one thing I love about shopping for wine online is the opportunity to really spend time reading descriptions, which translates to learning about the wine. (Yes, that’s right, you can get a something of a wine education while shopping for wine—if you’re doing it in the right place.) Unfortunately, wine labels aren’t required to list the many additives that end up in most wine, which gives us all the more reason to shop from trusted sources that will tell you what a winemaker believes in, or at least how they make their wine. Low sulfites? Native yeast? Hand-picked grapes? Woman-owned? You’re about to be a ~~kid~~ adult in a ~~candy~~ natural wine store. The best online shops love what they do and are eager to share their knowledge about an esoteric grape, region, or winemaker on their website and in their newsletters. Come for the wine, stay for the facts about foot-crushing and donkey-plowed land. Shop from the comfort of your couch for a hazy, orange-like-sunset fizzy pet-nat (a natural method of creating a lightly sparkling wine) or the chilled, dusty red you’ve been meaning to make your house wine. These are the shops I’ve bookmarked and think you should, too. I also encourage a sign-up to their newsletters, where you’ll sometimes get subscriber-only discounts or early notifications about new arrivals. Katherine Clary is a wine writer and editor focused on low-intervention and natural wines. She is the founder of the Wine Zine , a biannual print publication about natural wine and the author of Wine, Unfiltered . At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission. Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?12 Wine Glasses Made For Outdoor Happy Hours10 Black-Owned Wine Companies To Shop From TodayThe New Sustainable Wine Brand To Know About
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The best part? It's safe to eat raw.
Yes, she loves pasta.
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