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Slow Cooker Jambalaya & 2017 Andrew Murray Syrah Tous les Jours

Jambalaya is a dish with West African & French Provençal roots and tinged with a Spanish influence. The dish typically consists mainly of “meat” and vegetables mixed with rice.  It’s nearly impossible to exaggerate how great this recipe is, and more … Continue reading

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Tandoori Chicken & 2017 Edgebaston Pepper Pot

This was a wine first dinner choice.  Meaning, I had already chosen a wine to enjoy.  Now… what to go with it?  Since my wine would be a “comfort food wine”, I was hunting for a comfort food dish.  Yet … Continue reading

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Veal Paprikash and 2018 MISC Pinot Noir “Bryson’s Block”

The first time I had Veal Paprikash was when I visited Budapest as part of my “hosteling in Europe” tour in the summer of 1969.  This was after I had been to Moscow and Leningrad, and Hungarian cuisine was a … Continue reading

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Tuscan White Bean Soup and Casar Godello ’18

Early full disclosure:  I’m not a huge fan of soups.  Yes, I can selectively love them, particularly at the hands of skilled practitioners of making: French onion soup, New England clam chowder, minestrone  & matzoh ball soup (and I admit that I will … Continue reading

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