Lieb Behind the Scenes – March 2018

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Hey guys!

I was hoping to write this blog post last week but then came down with a horrendous flu.  I then tried to write it on Tuesday but we got hit with our 3rd Nor’easter in two weeks, so I was stuck at home for 12 hours with two very cute but very high-maintenance toddlers and zero peace and quiet.  And as I sit here writing today, I’m wrapped in an oversized wool scarf because it’s 36 degrees out.  Who’s ready for spring??  ME.

Yet despite the challenges of winter, I’m...

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In the Nofo: Best Desserts on the North Fork



The past couple of months have gone by *fairly* quickly at Lieb. We’re grateful that many of you have been braving the frigid temperatures to come visit. My co-workers and I, however, haven’t shared that same enthusiasm for going out. After a long day in the tasting room, pajamas by 7pm has become the norm this winter (which has been quite nice actually!). Of course, the occasional evenings when we do go out, we treat ourselves. Not just to dinner and drinks, but as of recently...

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My Five Favorite Things – Dana Kowalsick

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Peanut Butter – It’s the simple pleasures in life that make me happy. Peanut Butter has got to be one of the most simple foods (yes, it’s a food) and yet it’s one of the most delicious things I’ve ever tasted. I eat it swirled into my oatmeal with bananas, on Ezekiel bread with fresh strawberries, in stews, thai dishes, on a spoon straight out of the jar… yes, I went there. Peanut butter flows through my veins and my life wouldn’t be the same without it.

Passport – The first...

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From Beer to There: Petit Verdot & Greenport Harbor’s Black Duck Porter

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As cold snaps begin to descend upon us here on the North Fork, we look to find solace in heartier beverages. We seek wines and beers that provide a bit more grit and weight – darker beers and bold, full-bodied red wines. My trusted friends this time of year are the Porter, with its roasted malty goodness and it’s wine compatriot, Petit Verdot, whose spice profile and rich blackberry notes light the fire of warmth on my palate and in my belly. These two hearty souls are the topic of today's...

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