Magazine article Sunset

In the SUNSET KITCHEN

Magazine article Sunset

In the SUNSET KITCHEN

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TIPS FROM OUR TEAM

"This little pump is the simplest way I've found to pull the oxygen-enemy to an open bottle-away from leftover wine. "

SARA SCHNEIDER, WINE EDITOR

TRICK OF THE MONTH

Give it a swirl

Creating these marbleized cookies requires just a twist of the wrist-perfect for the time-pressed baker. To do it, pour a small amount of three colored icings onto a plate in pools that touch. Dip a cookie in and swirl and tilt it slightly as you lift off. For coloring, we love India Tree's all-natural choices; mix drops with powdered sugar and water. From $16/3 bottles; amazon.com.

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THE NEW WINE COUNTRY COOKBOOK

If you can't make it to Sunset's Savor the Central Coast event, from September 26 to 29, this cookbook is a close second to the experience. The New Wine Country Cookbook (Andrews McMeel, 2013; $35) by Brigit Binns features outstanding wine-based recipes and pairings from the California region, spotlighting the area's rich community of growers along the way.

GENIUS

Cork it!

With the tiny Wine Doctor preserver, you can open a bottle for a single glass of wine-then save the rest for later. The most effective device of its kind that we've tested, it pulls the air from an open bottle and seals it with a rubber stopper. …

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