Corkage for Dummies Wine editor Lettie Teague tells how to bring your own bottle to a restaurant without feeling embarrassed or annoying the sommelier.
It's 4 a.m. Do You Know Where Your Sommelier Is? Once a month, these five San Francisco sommeliers get together and stay up late—very, very late—tasting wines and making a delicious meal.
Best New Wine Lists | 2001

Big or small, the 10 best new wine lists in America are creative, food-friendly and more focused on great discoveries than on trophy bottles.

Red, White and 'Cue

As he gets ready to open his new Manhattan barbecue joint, Danny Meyer discovers which wines go best with ribs and pulled pork.

The Vegetable Redemption In a seismic shift, Paris's best chefs are treating vegetables with a respect once reserved for foie gras.
Quick Recipes from Former Best New Chefs With influences that range from Mediterranean to Asian, a dozen former F&W Best New Chefs distill the essence of their sophisticated cuisine into 12 speedy recipes for the home cook.
Barbecue-Friendly Wines According to Danny Meyer, any fruit-forward Australian Shiraz, Santa Barbara Syrah or Gigondas, from the Rhône Valley, is a good bet with barbecue. Or consider one of these particular bottles:
A Rogue Chef Tells All Debunking the myths about life in a restaurant kitchen.
A Porch Picnic A portable Fourth of July feast from a former F&W Best New Chef.
A Chef of One's Own What could be better than a private chef to prepare fabulous meals for you 24/7? Three cooks to the stars give the inside story.