When someone says “it’s not just white” that you can pair well with chicken, we’ll forgive even a beer recommendation. Not that the recommendation is bad, but it’s not really our brand … Tasting Table’s article, What to Drink with … Continue reading
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Much maligned in the wake of the movie Sideways, Merlot didn’t deserve the hate it got.
I have to admit I’m not an experienced forager, but something about spring always makes me think of mushroom foraging. Here are some recipe and wine matching ideas for your springtime bounty.
Before we get to the summer rosé craze and everyone wearing flip-flops, we’ve got springtime before the blooms. And this is a good time, in my book, for Chenin Blanc.
It’s feeling like a pizza night around here. And not, unfortunately, a “grill your own homemade crust” kind of night. Not even a “make your own at home” kind of night. An order-in kind of night. Here are some ideas for … Continue reading
Based on the response to our posting last week on taking a different approach to food and wine pairing, this week we’ll look at some notoriously tough pairings.
We’ve spent plenty of time offering oddball pairing ideas for the fun of it – the best wine for various kinds of cake, the best wine and Halloween candy pairings, and son on – but there is a more serious … Continue reading
Cake and wine are quite possibly the perfect food and drink pairing ever imagined. Or the worst abomination facing humanity since that old friend of Rudolphs’s …
As Food & Wine’s excellent “March Comfort Food” feature points out, sometimes March is betwixt and between – not spring yet, for sure, but hardly the depths of winter. What to eat? And what to pair with?
From Food52, we have this delicious lamb with garlic sauce.