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Fermented soda

Add a little alcohol-free sparkle to your beverage cart with Cascal handcrafted natural sodas. The fermented sodas are whipped up at a microbrewery and come in a variety of unique flavors, such as Crisp White (pear, apricot and magnolia), Honey and Malt, and Ripe Rouge (cherry, chocolate and rose). Visit

Oreo mashup

Oreo purists, cover your ears (and eyes): The new cookie in town not only doubles up on cream filling, but DoubleStuf Heads or Tails also incorporates one side of the vanilla cookie from the Golden spinoff. It's a variety pack in one sandwich cookie.

Buy a 15-ounce bag for about $5 at grocery stores nationwide.

Wine of the week

2006 Gulfi Nero d'Avola Neroibleo

Region: Sicily, Italy

Price: $14 to $19

Style: Rich and full-bodied

What it goes with: Brisket, roasts and stews

Where to find it: Available at fine wine shop and retailers

This time of year, I'm looking for a rich, full-bodied red at a good price, and this Nero d'Avola from Gulfi in Sicily fills the bill. It's big without being overpowering, lush and redolent of dark berries and wild herbs.

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