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How to Make Membrillo | Easy Quince Paste Video Recipe
Eat & Drink / Featured / What's New / November 30, 2016

When fall arrives, we turn our attention to butternut squash, root vegetables and late-season lettuces, but we cannot forget the luscious quince fruit. Quince paste or jam, also known by its Spanish name, membrillo, is one of […]


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How to Make Dry Rub Pork Shoulder | Summer Party Recipe Idea
Eat & Drink / June 27, 2012

One of my favorite meals to cook for backyard parties during summer is a slow-roasted pork shoulder crusted in homemade dry rub. While you’re outside enjoying the weather with friends and family, your meal can be […]


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Appetizer Recipe Video Demonstration: Citrus Marinated Goat Cheese with Olive Oil
Eat & Drink / June 18, 2012

When entertaining at home, one of my favorite appetizers to serve at dinner parties is aged goat cheese marinated with Jordan Extra Virgin Olive Oil, seasonal citrus, spices and fresh herbs. This recipe is easy […]


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A fun, festive Easter dinner table centerpiece idea
Fun & Festive / March 30, 2012

Looking for a fun, festive way to decorate your Easter dinner table? Todd and I were discussing holiday table centerpiece ideas over dinner one night and came up with this colorful arrangement that brings the […]


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How to make French Macarons: cookie recipe ideas, tips
Eat & Drink / December 13, 2011

Looking for new cookie recipes for your cookie exchange, gifts or dinner party? Our resident videographer asked me to share one of my favorite cookie recipes, and I picked French Macarons. In this video, you’ll find tips […]


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How to video: shoot thinning and suckering grapevines
Behind the Scenes / June 10, 2010

Watch the suckering process in this video to learn why shoot thinning is so important to making quality wine. The three most important vineyard management steps in the annual lifecycle of a grapevine are pruning […]


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DIY food photo shoot: tips for photographing cheeses
Behind the Scenes / May 24, 2010

Fromage de Meaux (left) and Queso de Tetilla (center), originally uploaded by blog.jordanwinery.com. A well-regarded wine magazine is publishing a story about wine country cheesemakers and the wineries who partner with these local creameries to […]


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How to make sea salt: a Mother’s Day travel gift idea
Eat & Drink / April 29, 2010

Preserve your travel memories with homemade salt using our sea salt recipe, which has been featured in Saveur magazine. Todd and I started a tradition many years ago of collecting salt water from seas and oceans to […]


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Pruning olive trees and reusing cuttings
Behind the Scenes / March 31, 2010

After the vineyard team finishes pruning grapevines each March, we move onto pruning 18 acres of olive trees planted on hillsides near Jordan’s two lakes. It takes just one minute to prune a grapevine, but an olive […]


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