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Armagnac Talk & Tasting for the Culinary Historians of New York at Astor Center

ARMAGNAC Talk & TASTING for the                                                                       Culinary Historians of New York   From Ancient Egypt to Gascony: The Story of France’s Oldest Brandy                                                                                  December 3, 2012, Astor Center,  New York City Presented by David Lincoln Ross,                                                                                           Member, Compagnie des Mousquetaires … Continue reading

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Armagnac: A True Winter Warmer

  GASCONY’S FIERY BRANDY: ARMAGNAC by David Lincoln Ross Info Armagnac, that under-appreciated and fiery Gascon brandy, has a long history. David Lincoln Ross pays tribute—and shares a recipe for a winter warmer perfect for a musketeer. As 2011’s winter … Continue reading

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