Archive for the ‘Food and Wine Pairing’ Category

Food & Wine Pairings: Cabernet Franc and Braised Chick

November 17th, 2017

The New York Times article on Finger Lakes Cabernet Franc we included in our wine stories roundup yesterday highlighted an interesting recipe for Braised Chicken.

Food & Wine Pairings: Meat Pies and Shir

November 10th, 2017

Big bold flavors on the plate and in the glass!

Food and Wine Pairing: Party Tim

November 3rd, 2017

We like Sam Sifton’s advice to get the entertaining muscle a little exercise in the lead-in to Thanskgiving and the holiday season.

Food & Wine Pairing: Sausage with White Beans and Ka

October 27th, 2017

This simple but delicious recipe, and variations on it, is a weeknight favorite in our house. And it’s good enough for a weekend meal, too!

Food & Wine Pairing: Pumpkin Dish

October 13th, 2017

We’re certainly not jumping on the “pumpkin spice everything” bandwagon, but there are definitely some delicious things you can do with pumpkins.

Food & Wine Pairings: Cabernet Fra

October 6th, 2017

With this lovely piece from the WSJ on Cabernet Franc and its beauty at this time of year, we offer a few suggestions for pairings.  

Food & Wine Pairing: Sausage, White Beans, and Ka

September 29th, 2017

I already know what we’re having for dinner tonight, and it’s one of my favorites! Sausage with white beans and kale.

Food & Wine Pairing: Fall Bounty, Part

September 22nd, 2017

Two weeks ago we posted a Friday food and wine pairing piece on pairing with fall’s bounty. We didn’t have any intention of that being part 1, yet here we are with part 2 …

Food & Wine Pairing: Fall Bounty Recip

September 8th, 2017

We’ve got two recipes on order today since fall arrives at a different pace across the country. And of course, we have wines to match. 

Food & Wine Pairing: Rosemary Ranch Chicken Keba

September 1st, 2017

Labor Day weekend is time for grilling and, weather permitting, spending time outdoors. Here’s a slightly different take on grilled chicken – and a departure from burgers and dogs that should still please a picky crowd.