Food and Wine Pairing

The event was held at the Zhou B Art Center in the Bridgeport neighborhood of Chicago, close to US Cellular Field, home of
The United States is a beverage-crazed nation. A while back, I wrote an essay about Americans' infatuation with coffee. I'm not a big fan of coffee because it's too darn hot. I'm not a big fan of wine because it gives me a headache. And I'm not a big fan of beer because it tastes like dirty toilet water.
The duo decided to take a road trip through the wine country of Santa Ynez Valley. During their junket, Miles falls for a
There are no food and wine pairing rules, only guidelines.
Food made for wine can be a good shortcut right out of the package, but there's nothing like a fresh artisanal product.
Last week the Summer Fancy Food Show took over New York's Javits Center, with thousands of vendors and distributors offering samples of the world's best gourmet products.
A winery creating food and wine pairings for guests is nothing new, and Napa Valley certainly has plenty of wonderful restaurants. But I have to say that I was blown away by the pairing that the winery calls Enoteca Signorello.
So Chef - when I put my dinner in your hands, don't crowd the stage with supporting actors. Please give me a well-executed entree; a star - recommended for my tastes by your kitchen. And then if your star does its job - I'm sure to remember it.
Like any relationship food & wine pairings can have a happy marriage or a bitter finish and scientists have discovered why.
I love rosé because it reminds me of summertime. It's perfect for all my favorite warm weather activities: rooftop-sipping, poolside lounging, barbecuing, and picnicking in the park.
A new cookbook by Wine Enthusiast editors Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen really gets the way we all cook at home, especially the way we want to cook in the hot summer months.
Cheese and beer can go well together, but you can't do it carelessly. The earthy flavors a traditional English Clothbound Cheddar, for example, may get lost when paired with a particularly hoppy beer.
No matter how many times that you hear Champagne isn't just for special occasions, most of us don't get around to buying it until we have something to toast -- be it the New Year or some other momentous occasion.
I'm not a wine expert and I don't play one on TV, but I know people. That's why I called in the big guns for their expert advice on what to serve with your Thanksgiving meal.
Organics are simple enough -- growing produce with natural fertilizers and non-chemical pest control -- but biodynamics? Exactly. Biodynamic farming leaves the smallest carbon footprint of any agricultural method. Natch.