Julie's Wine Friendly Recipe Box
This is a recipe I wrote down while watching one of Lidia Bastianich’s cooking shows BFN—Before Food Network. Ed and I named it Chicken Lidia because we didn’t catch the name of the recipe. A great dish anytime of the year, the layer of flavors matches well with our Sangiovese, Merlot or Petite Sirah. Please note: you may substitute Italian sweet sausage for the turkey sausage and Lidia used chicken pieces with skin and on the bone—this is a healthier version as well as a short cut because the chicken doesn’t take as long to cook. I am sure it will taste just as good either way you make it.
Wine Pairing: Sangiovese
A great recipe for springtime. Fresh herbs, steak and a glass of wine. Michele Anna Jordan has written 24 books to date. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
The deep flavors and touch of sweet from the dried plums makes this a perfect match with a fruity red wine like Zinfandel.
Wine Pairing: Zinfandel
Here is a great wine cocktail that was developed while Ed was at a Country Club in Colorado Springs and he asked the bartender to create friends.white based drink-and he certainly made a tasty one!