Posts tagged "Moroccan"

Cassoulet With Gourt de Mautens & Vieux Télégraphe

Cassoulet With Gourt de Mautens & Vieux Télégraphe
I’ve always hated the taste of a can of pork and beans. Something dripping with sadness about it, tasting like the unsaid food a Raymond Carver character would be eating alone in a kitchen as he stares at the clock and contemplates a life unexpected, ineffectual and forgotten. Fancy meat and beans is another matter.... Read more »

Wild Boar Sausage, Grapes & Tomatoes With 2003 Pirramimma Shiraz Plus One

Wild Boar Sausage, Grapes & Tomatoes With 2003 Pirramimma Shiraz Plus One
Wine intimidates the crap out of people. But if I could convey one thing about wine, one of its biggest joys is being so wrong about it. It’s even better when your wrongness couldn’t be more wrong is its wrong wrongness. There are times when I’m so wrong, I have to take some time to... Read more »
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    Love wine. Love it more with food. Having food without wine is like eating in black and white compared to vivid colors. Done right, it takes a meal out of the realm of mere consumption to a place of memory. Wine is made to be drunk with food so let's do it - one pairing at a time. "A meal without wine is like a day without sunshine" - Anthelme Brillat-Savarin

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