FOOD AND WINE PAIRING

    A Wine for Spicy Thai Food

    The day after I arrived home from the Wine Bloggers Conference I was exhausted.  Hubby, who had been on twin patrol solo for four days, was arguably even more exhausted than I was.  Neither of us felt like cooking. More importantly, neither of us felt like cleaning dishes af...

    16 readers - By Vindulge

    Best Wines For A Summer BBQ Party #SundaySupper

    This week’s #SundaySupper theme is a Summer BBQ Party. Perfect. That’s because Summer is my favorite season.  Always has been.  I love the warmer weather, the longer days, my favorite fruits (yes – including wine grapes;-)} and vegetables are ripe or ripening.  And I get...

    17 readers - By ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

      Caponata: A Stunning Sicilian Specialty

      The V.I.P. Table - - 4 readers - Recipe and Wine Pairing by: Eric Guido It was the fifth day of a heat wave as I sat contemplating a menu that I had to present only a day later. No matter how good your air conditioner or how little time it takes you to mo...

      Summertime Menu

      Wine School of Philadelphia - - 3 readers - This is the recipes from our cooking class on July 21st, 2014. Enjoy!   Cooking Classes with Keith Wallace. Fennel, Orange and Olive Salad 3 peeled oranges 1 fennel bulb, very thinly sliced 1 cup arugula 3/4 cup pitte...

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      Caponata: A Stunning Sicilian Specialty

      …Recipe and Wine Pairing by: Eric Guido It was the fifth day of a heat wave as I sat contemplating a menu that I had to present only a day later. No matter how good your air conditioner or how little time it takes you to move from the cool confines of your home to the blasting AC of your car, the heat manages to wear you down. I sat there…

      4 readers - By The V.I.P. Table

      Pairings with pinots and the futility of looking to science for answers

      … or three to examine the interaction of smoky foods with various potential sensory qualities found in pinot noir. The problem with that idea, apart from it having nothing to do with my current main priority, i.e. the PhD, is that food and wine pairing research is obnoxious. . Food and wine pairing articles (I’m quoting this one) are full…

      5 readers - By The Wine-o-scope

      BBQ Corner (part 10) – How to add incredible flavor to grilled burgers

      …, and Garnacha, the wine has fresh and fruity aromas with black cherry, a little spice note, and some chocolate undertones. Juicy and bright on the palate with mild tannins openening it up for a wide range of food pairings, beyond these scrumptious burgers. My friend Nannette recommends it with our ribs, which I can see, so long they aren’t drowning…

      1 readers - By Vindulge

      Summertime Menu

      … This is the recipes from our cooking class on July 21st, 2014. Enjoy!   Cooking Classes with Keith Wallace. Fennel, Orange and Olive Salad 3 peeled oranges 1 fennel bulb, very thinly sliced 1 cup arugula 3/4 cup pitted kalamata olives, halved 3 shallots, diced 2 cups orange juice 2 teaspoons orange zest 1/4 cup red wine vinegar 2…

      3 readers - By Wine School of Philadelphia

      A Wine for Spicy Thai Food

      … for several weeks so we put in a call to my favorite local Thai joint. You’d think after four days of wine immersion I’d want a break from wine. Nope. But few wines are brave enough to stand up to Thai food, especially the way I like it — hot (specifically spicy red curry). Spicy foods, like Thai curry, pair best with fruity…

      16 readers - By Vindulge

      Best Wines For A Summer BBQ Party #SundaySupper

      … food friendly.  It’s served chilled, which make it refreshing, while at the same time being “bolder” than the most popular white wines when it come to pairing with grilled, and smoked foods.  Look the 2013 Tablas Creek Vineyard Patelin de Tablas Rosé.  It’s a blend of  Grenache, Mourvedre and Counoise with lively, refreshing wild strawberry…

      17 readers - By ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

      Crunch & fizz - fried chicken and Cava

      … beverage to wash down the crunchy goodness of fried chicken. I was drinking solo tonight, so frugality pressed me to discover the best, least expensive Cava I could find.  I'm fortunate to have a well-stocked wine shop right down the road, and I found the inexpensive yet quite satisfying Conde de Caralt, a traditional method bubbly for under $10…

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