Roger Morris

Roger Morris writes about wine, food, and travel for about 20 publications and is author of the recently published The Brandywine Book of Food (Storm Coast Press, 2009). In addition to The Hunt, he contributes to Beverage Media, The Drinks Business (UK), Sommelier News, Saveur, Robb Report, epicurious.com, Wine Enthusiast, Appellation America, Drinks, Intermezzo, Santé, and Caviar Affair, among others.

Roger Morris's Articles


  • 8 Ways to Eat Fresh Berries This Summer

    8 Ways to Eat Fresh Berries This Summer

    From sangria to smoothies, there’s no shortage of ways to indulge in nature’s candy.



    Summer means getting sand between your toes, loving the smell of sunscreen and strolling around the neighborhood after dinner. It also means…
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  • A History of the Looking Glass

    A History of the Looking Glass

    Known today as mirrors, two Winterthur curators delve into the history.



    In spite of the fact that we are seldom satisfied with what we see in our mirrors, looking glasses have always fascinated…
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  • 7 Scenic Hikes in the Brandywine Valley

    7 Scenic Hikes in the Brandywine Valley

    The region has thousands of acres boasting hundreds of miles of trails to explore.



    The rain of the night before has gone away, but there are still puddles lingering across the trail as it snakes along…
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  • Rediscovering the Pleasure of Fireplace Cooking

    Rediscovering the Pleasure of Fireplace Cooking

    Suzanne Goldenson, author of “The Open-Hearth Cookbook: Recapturing the Flavor of Early America” shares recipes for oyster stew and corn bread.



    So this past summer, you mastered the art of grilling. Before you hung up your tongs for the season, you graduated from…
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  • For a Sophisticated Vacation, Escape to Montreal

    For a Sophisticated Vacation, Escape to Montreal

    The festive French-speaking capital is the perfect spot for a getaway.



    In returning to Montreal after several years’ absence, what struck me was that, although things have naturally changed, the Canadian city remains…
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  • Riannon Walsh’s Gin Mill

    Riannon Walsh’s Gin Mill

    The Welsh-born Chester County woman recently launched Brandywine Branch in Elverson.



    It’s a chilly autumn midweek morning, when the sun is warm and the shadows are cold. Riannon Walsh walks into her newly…
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  • J’s Cafe Has Something for Everyone

    J’s Cafe Has Something for Everyone

    The Greenville cafe, tucked inside Janssen’s Market, bridges the gap between coffee shop and convenience restaurant.



    In many ways, Greenville is to Wilmington what the Buckhead district is to Atlanta—or, taking a more urban setting, what Grand Central…
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  • 7 Savory Holiday Gifts

    7 Savory Holiday Gifts

    Here’s where you can find tasty treats throughout the Brandywine Valley.



    Often, it is the thought that counts. True, family holiday gifts often fulfill a specific need or a whispered wish, whether it’s…
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  • The History of Pill Boxes

    The History of Pill Boxes

    These antiques date back to 1,500 BC.



    In a time of high technology that offers us a digital app for every possible human activity, there is something delightfully retro…
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  • Reinventing Maryland’s Fair Hill Inn

    Reinventing Maryland’s Fair Hill Inn

    Chef Frederick Lewis brings farm-to-table fine dining to Cecil County.



    Chef Frederick Lewis understands that when he’s serving up satisfying foods and refreshing wines to his fine dining customers, he’s also providing…
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