Food And Wine Pairing

    Peach and Ginger Cobbler and Tablas Creek Petit Manseng for #winePW

    Wine Pairing Weekend is a monthly collaborative event for wine/food bloggers started by David Crowley of Cooking Chat. It’s a great way to find food and wine pairings that work; along with tips on how to create your own food and wine pairing magic. The theme for this month’s Wine Pairing Weekend is ““Fall Fruits and Wine Pairings“, and it’s all about making dishes prepared wi ...

    7 readers - By Martin Redmond/ ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

    Pinot Noir BBQ Sauce

    Pinot Noir BBQ Sauce by Mary on October 6, 2014 When the delicate flavors of Pinot Noir and the bold badass flavors of BBQ sauce collide. Shortly after hubs got Big Smokey he started catering events. Since the man works in business by day — and has never worked as a caterer or even in a restaurant for that matter (unless you count the one time he worked as a busboy when h ...

    6 readers - By Vindulge

      Support The Girls and Breast Cancer Research With These Wines

      MyWinePal - - 4 readers - Charitable Wines Breast cancer I hazard to guess has touched every Canadian family in some way or another. In my family my mother had breast cancer, which was thankfully cured. I have lost a sister-in-law to breast cancer, and I have a friend who has been treated and is currently in remission, and I hope on the road to being declared cancer free and cured.

      Wine of the Week; 2012 Tablas Creek Petit Manseng

      ENOFYLZ Wine Blog - - 4 readers - Every Thursday I feature a wine I particularly enjoy, whether it’s something new and different, is a great value, or from a producer worth checking out. My Wine Of The Week is the 2012 Tablas Creek Petit Manseng. The Winery Tablas Creek Vineyard (“TCV”) is probably the best-known of all Paso Robles wineries specializing in Rhone style wines.

      Budget Friendly Wines for Budget Friendly #SundaySupper

      ENOFYLZ Wine Blog - - 4 readers - The theme for this week’s #SundaySupper is all about budget friendly dishes. The thing about the best budget friendly foods is that one doesn’t feel doesn’t feel cheated. You still can still get a delicious healthy meal if you invest a bit of time into achieving satisfying results. It’s the same with wine.

      Announcements, Recent Articles, and all things Mushrooms

      Vindulge - - 3 readers - Announcements, Recent Articles, and all things Mushrooms by Mary on October 8, 2014 Announcement: Now writing for Bottlenotes I’m excited to share I’m now writing freelance for The Daily Sip by Bottlenotes. If you’re unfamiliar with the site, Bottlenotes is a fun, educational, and entertaining website focusing on wine and beer.

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      Uses for leftover smoked beef brisket — Smoked Brisket Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

      … the sandwich would be fantastic with an oaked Chardonnay (bring on the buttery oaked wines. more butter da better), but I don’t recommend Chardonnay for the soup. Stick with a fruity acidic red wine if you make it with the soup (and I really hope you do). Want more uses for leftover brisket? Smoked Brisket Nachos (my personal favorite) Smoked Brisket…

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      Smoked Tomato Bisque

      … tomatoes: 6 large beefsteak tomatoes, quartered Salt Fresh ground pepper Old bay spice For the soup: 3 tablespoons butter 1 medium onion, chopped 1 carrot, chopped 1 celery stalk, chopped 1 garlic clove, chopped 2 tablespoons tomato paste 3 cups vegetarian stock (can use chicken stock too) 4 cups of the smoked…

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      Budget Friendly Wines for Budget Friendly #SundaySupper

      … and South Africa. Domestically – Look for lesser known regions. In California for example look for wines from Amador, Lodi, or Lake County. Find website/blogger who specializes in value. My favorite is the Reverse Wine Snob. Shop for Trader Joe’s and Costco for wine. Both have lots of wines that offer great value. Take a look a box wines…

      4 readers - By Martin Redmond/ ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

      Wine of the Week; 2012 Tablas Creek Petit Manseng

      … _________________________________________________________________ Martin Redmond is a Financial Executive by day, and a certified wine geek with latent foodie tendencies the rest of the time. In addition to the wine lifestyle and food he enjoys family, fitness and traveling. He likes to get thoughts of wine off his mind by sharing experiences on his ENOFYLZ Wine blog, which features wine reviews, wine…

      4 readers - By Martin Redmond/ ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

      6 Albariños to try out…

      … … and why you should drink Albariño year-round. One of my favorite white wines to drink with a variety of foods is Albariño. I’m constantly writing about it and hailing it as a versatile food wine, explaining to folks that it can pair with anything from salads, to seafood, chicken, pasta, and pizza. There’s a reason for this. But first, what…

      2 readers - By Vindulge

      Smoked Tri-Tip Sandwiches with Chimichurri Sauce

      … I have two words for you – Chimichurri Sauce Chimichurri sauce, where have you been all my life? Hubs catered an event recently leaving us with several pounds of leftover smoked tri-tip. The tri-tip was certainly delicious on its own, but after munching on leftovers for the next few days, I have to admit, it started to get rather boring. I…

      2 readers - By Vindulge

      Some Last Minute BC Wines for Thanksgiving

      … with ripe cherries and vanilla flavours. Sweet cherry finish. Wine Pairings for Roast Ham Roast ham is also quite full flavoured. It has some sweetness to it, and can have other flavours such as some smokiness, depending on how it’s prepared. Riesling is a nice pairing with ham; think Alsatian food. I think a Cabernet Franc, Gamay or Pinot Noir…

      1 readers - By Karl Mywinepal/ MyWinePal

      Beer Versus Wine (And Don’t Forget The Cider) + Food

      … up with the wine or beer (and don’t forget the cider!) pairing suggestion which then gets voted for. As a lucky winner of the September challenge, I had an opportunity to come up with the new dish for the challenge, and my suggestion was … deviled eggs! So now you can suggest a choice of pairing, and may be then get a lucky challenge of coming up…

      1 readers - By Talk-A-Vino

      Announcements, Recent Articles, and all things Mushrooms

      … this through their daily newsletter, national events, and social media platforms. I’ll be focusing on one of my favorite topics, recipes and wine pairings, through their Daily Sip newsletter. My first article, Wines to Pair with Tailgating Classics, was published last month. My second piece, Expert Advice on Pairing Wine with Mushrooms, was published…

      3 readers - By Vindulge

      Pinot Noir BBQ Sauce

      …, vinegary, and overly sweet, since those flavors would have killed the wines. In order to make the sauce balance with the wines we kept the recipe simple and mild. Ingredients 1 tablespoon olive oil 2 shallots, diced (red onion works too, approx 1/3 cup of them) 2 garlic cloves, finely diced 2 tablespoons chili powder 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper 1/2…

      6 readers - By Vindulge

      Support The Girls and Breast Cancer Research With These Wines

      … free and cured. When I heard that TIME Estate Winery in Oliver, BC, had produced two wines, The Girls Vivacious Rosé, and The Girls Voluptuous Red, with 100% of the profits going to the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation – BC/Yukon Region, I said, let me help spread the word. The wines are both food friendly, and are not meant for women only to drink…

      4 readers - By Karl Mywinepal/ MyWinePal

      Champagne Chronicles-Day 2

      … to exquisite Champagne pairing dinners. This is the second in what will be a series of five posts about my visit to Champagne (Click here for Day 1) Our itinerary for Day 2 included: Visit to Comité Interprofessionnel du Vin de Champagne (C.I.V.C) Lunch at the restaurant Les Grains d’Argent Tour and tasting at Champagne Roger Coulon…

      2 readers - By Martin Redmond/ ENOFYLZ Wine Blog

      Recent Articles on Wine4.Me

      …. Need an idea of what to do with leftovers (chicken, beef, pork, veggies, etc.)? Tacos. Want something different for breakfast? Yes, tacos. Need an idea for quick dinner when it’s already 5:00 pm and you’re on your way home from work and forgot to thaw the chicken? Tacos! I recently discovered the easiest way to make killer verde chicken tacos — no crock-pot required Check it out HERE. You can find these articles and more on the Wine4.Me blog. Tagged as: Food and wine pairing, recipes, wine4.me wine app …

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      Best Pairing of the Summer: Mad Violets Riesling with Grilled Oysters

      … with minerality and stone fruit flavors and an acidity that starts your mouth salivating, the wine then lightens with notes of honey, honeysuckle, and flowers on the finish. Mad Violets crafts this Riesling in the the off-dry German Kabinett style. I paired this delicious-on-its own-but-even-better-with-food wine with freshly grilled oysters straight…

      4 readers - By Oregon Winette
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