Yeah, they look delicious. That’s because they are. And even more so when paired with the right wine.
If you’re a foodie and have yet to discover the brilliant blog – Once Upon a Chef – by former chef Jennifer Segal, I highly recommend it. This talented chef gave up her toque to raise her kids. But she still keeps a hand in, so to speak, by testing home recipes and blogging about the best ones. Each comes with her high-quality photographs and step-by-step instructions. And despite her cooking chops, she features recipes that any good home chef can manage.
This one, in particular, is very kid-friendly. And adult-friendly too. ‘Specially when paired with a lightly oaked Chardonnay, which will tease out the nuttiness of the crust, or a Riesling or other aromatic white, which will flatter the sweet/tart tension of the honey-mustard sauce.
Do you eat at one of those red-only sorts of tables? No worries. I daresay a lighter-bodied new-world Pinot would do nicely, as would a Chianti. But whatever you do, don’t die before trying this with a dry Rosé, which are usually among the most food-friendly wines you’ll ever find.