Meatballs are delicious when perfectly made. Otherwise, they’re better relegated to your slingshot than your table. The key to the perfect meatball is minimal handling – don’t touch your meatballs too much and they won’t end up being too dense. And as you likely know, dense, gummy balls will end up as over-cooked chunks of gravel. Probably […]
What are you doing here?! Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate you reading my blog, it’s just that I’m going to ask you to do something more. Because reading about wine is all well and good, it is a fascinating topic and all, but it’s sort of like reading about sex – eventually, it’s best to set […]
By Lily McCann Food and drink articles and programs often stress the importance of combining food with the right type of wines. There can sometimes be an element of snobbery attached to this subject. At the end of the day, enjoying food and wine is a subjective experience and people can try and enjoy any combination that […]
Sriracha (Se Racha). I’m amazed at how quickly the American palate has adopted this spicy-sweet condiment from Thailand. It is named after the coastal city of Si Racha, where it was first produced to accompany the many seafood dishes such a town is generally known for. Its use has grown, and it is now a […]
Wines to pair with your Thanksgiving feast, whether it features Turkey, Tofu or Tofurkey!
This recipe for Wild boar chili with tomatillos can be a bit spicy for many wines. I’ve paired it here with a fruity red to salve any tastebuds enraged by the tomatillos! Enjoy.
This recipe for Coke-braised spare ribs pairs beautifully with Syrah (or Shiraz) from the new world.
This wine-friendly recipe for nut-encrusted Tilapia pairs well with Viognier and many other aromatic white wines.