Good Taste
 

September 21, 2020

 

That crisp chill in the air means summer produce won’t be with us for much longer. This week we bring you a collection of 10 recipes to help use up the rest of the garden tomatoes. Christopher Waters writes that it’s been a wine grape harvest like no other, with complications from climate change and COVID-19 creating unprecedented challenges for winemakers. He picks nine recent releases that are worth seeking out, and offers advice on substitutes for decanters (Mason jars, who knew?). If you have a question on wine, e-mail it and Christopher will answer a selection in the newsletter and on our website, and if this newsletter was forwarded to you and you'd like to subscribe, please visit our newsletter signup page. – Lori Fazari

 
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Lucy Waverman: 10 recipes to use up the rest of your summer tomatoes
 

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  Lucy Waverman: 10 recipes to use up the rest of your summer tomatoes
 

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The Reuben, remixed: With broccoli rabe and an omelette added to this mix, this sandwich is satisfying any time of day
 

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Drinks
 
As wine makers face a vintage like no other, these nine wines are worth seeking out
 

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  As wine makers face a vintage like no other, these nine wines are worth seeking out
 

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What can I use instead of a wine decanter?
 

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What can I use instead of a wine decanter?
 

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Curbside bars, restaurants in Toronto allowed to use portable heaters in bid to extend patio season
 

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Curbside bars, restaurants in Toronto allowed to use portable heaters in bid to extend patio season
 
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Grocery shopping these days can be exhausting
 

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Nine layered and comforting wines perfect for sweater weather
 

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