When I lived in the Sonoma wine country in the 1970s, a cutting-edge meal in one of the area’s most sophisticated restaurants was lamb chops gilded with fat hunks of brie. Really.
That was so very, very then.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Bill Citara, a Palm Beach County-based author and food and wine writer, is a former food and wine critic for the San Francisco Examiner, as well as for other Bay-area and wine country publications.