This week, we look to Italy for both legs of our food and wine pairing.
Archive for the ‘Food and Wine Pairing’ Category
With winter weather having its way with much of the country today, and people just generally being over winter by this point in February, we offer two approaches to dealing with it: embracing or denying.
If you’re getting ready for the big game and are dreading an evening of beer, beer, and more beer, despair not! We have options. Here are a handful of wines to consider for pairing with the typical tailgaiting foods. We’re not … Continue reading
Lambrusco isn’t exactly a forgotten varietal, but it is hardly a go-to wine for many people. That should change given the wide range of foods with which it pairs well.
You don’t have to spend a lot to put an excellent wine on the table alongside an impressive meal.
Call us crazy, but there’s only one wine that can hold its own with beer when it comes to football weekend.
On New Year’s Day, I frequently make a giant stuffed Reuben sandwich based on a recipe from Shirley Corriher’s Cookwise. (Which is a really interesting cookbook for geeks in the kitchen.) It’s not an obvious food pairing.
OK, you’re going to have to open that bottle of bubbly, whether you’re a fan of the stuff or not. So why not make it worthwhile and build a meal around it, complement it, and make it less of an … Continue reading
Not the most seasonal of meals, salad, but that’s precisely the point. Sometimes, after a season’s worth of overindulgence, a light, bright salad is exactly the perfect meal.
There may be more riding on your holiday meal than on your average Sunday night family dinner, but that doesn’t mean the laws of nature cease to apply. Nor do the meant-to-be-broken laws of food and wine pairing.