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We’re in Print!

We’re in Print!

Babcock & Miles is a featured retailer in Culture Magazine’s Best Cheeses of the Year issue. Want to know how we choose cheese for the store? Pick up an issue and turn to page 91.

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Best Wine for Wetting a Line

Best Wine for Wetting a Line

It is fitting that this wine should arrive just as the denizens of Rock Creek begin keying on big, bushy dry flies like the one on the label. A Bordeaux style blend of 68% Cabernet, 18% Merlot, 8% Petit Verdot, and 2% Malbec from Mendocino and Sonoma Counties, Marietta Cellars Arme over delivers for the price. As is the case with their popular Old Vine…

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DuckHorn Wine Dinner June 11th

DuckHorn Wine Dinner June 11th

Make plans to join Babcoock & Miles at the Carbon County Steakhouse on the evening of Thursday, June 11th for a fabulous meal featuring the wines of Duckhorn Vineyards. Chef Tyler Matthys has developed a fabulous five course menu to accompany the wines, which will include Duckhorn Sauvignon Blanc, Migration Chardonnay, Goldeneye Pinot Noir, Duckhorn Merlot, and a couple of…

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Espresso Machine Returns

Espresso Machine Returns

After a complete refurbishment, our espresso machine is back and ready to resume producing the most righteous shots this side of BozAngeles. We thank all of our regular coffee customers for their forbearance while the machine was gone.

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Grilled Peach Salad

Grilled Peach Salad

The key to making a flavorful fruit salad is balancing sweet, sour, and salty ingredients. Here we use a combination of grilled and raw peaches to bring a natural sweetness, balsamic vinegar for acidity, and crumbly cheese for saltiness. The result is a refreshing and complex tasting dish with ripe fruit as the star.

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Classic Mint Julep

Classic Mint Julep

This recipe makes one serving. Ingredients: 2 sprigs fresh mint ½ oz simple syrup 2 dashes Fee Brothers’ mint bitters 2 ½ oz bourbon 2 more sprigs of mint for garnish Wrap some ice in a clean kitchen towel and crush it with a mallet (you could also crush the ice in a food processor or blender). “Spank” the mint…

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