Archive for the ‘Wine and Food Pairing’ Category
This beautiful dish looks great. And it’s easy to make. It’s so easy, I’m embarrassed to share how to put it together. The key is buying the freshest fish you can find.
Foie Gras on French Toast, Persimmon and Chateau d’Yquem is the perfect, winter, decadent, sweet treat.
Pan Roasted Salmon with slow cooked winter vegetables paired with 2001 Ogier Belle Helene Cote Rotie from Jeff Leve
Rare Ahi Tuna with English Pea Caviar and Forbidden Rice for dinner paired with Bordeaux wine made for a perfect pairing.
One of the great pairings for mature Bordeaux wine is a simple, perfectly grilled dry aged steak.
Coq a Vin is one of our favorite dishes to make at home. And it’s easy to make too. Plus it pairs with almost any wine.
We’ve all tried a myriad of interesting food and wine pairings over the years. Some have worked better than others and I must admit, a few have not turned out to be very good. Generally speaking, red wine often pairs best with beef. Especially when it’s red Bordeuax wine. Yet, looking over this picture of [...]
Persian Mulberries offers decadence in summer dining pleasures