A Guide To Food And Eating In France

Shiraz is the signature grape of Australia; it is often known as Syrah elsewhere. Victoria is the smallest state on the Australian mainland but is second in wine production. It is quite diverse in terms of climates, terrains, and wines. The Jindalee Estate Winery produces a variety of inexpensive wines and offers the pricier Fettlers Rest label for estate-grown grapes. Only the wine reviewed below is available in my area.

Broccoli Bernaise: This beef stew dish is often misrepresented as being "fattening." In reality it really isn't. It is a dish very high in minerals and when properly prepared, is loaded with fresh herbs. Also when properly prepared, you will get all of the nutritional and health benefits of the broccoli!

Grenache ~ What an amazing value for this 91 Pointer from Robert Parker. This seductively spicy wine offers both red and dark berry flavors, cracked pepper and smoky notes, ending with sweet cocoa powder in the lingering finish. Pair this Spanish wine with barbequed meats, slow cooked roasts, or even tomato based dishes, like lasagna. You don't want to miss out on this one. Great affordable gift idea for the fellow red wine drinker.

Margins: With this type of venue the margin is probably the largest and most over looked feature. I've lost count of the number of fish I've caught by dropping a bait at my feet or just down the bank a few feet off the margin. You get the cover of vegetation and the fish naturally patrol this area of any lake.

My final food pairing involved beef stew, carrots, and potatoes. There was great balance of acidity, fruits, and tannins. I got some oak with dark fruits, mostly black cherries and plums. The wine was nice and long, meaty and chewy.

Combine the brown sugar, bourbon, and chili sauce in a bowl and mix well. Stir in the sausages. Spoon the sausage slow cooker beef bourguignon mixture into a baking dish. Bake at 350 for 1 hr. or until the sausages are cooked through. Cut into bite sized pieces. Serves 40.

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Each time you roll and fold and repeat, the butter & lard becomes spread evenly into overlapping layers of pastry and fat, just like a puff pastry but with a few more gaps, and less finesse.