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Nectarines with Sabayon

Posted by Monica Yu on

Nectarines with Sabayon

An abundance of nectarines at the farmers market and the rising temperatures got us inspired for this stone fruit recipe, which is paired with a rich creamy sauce called Sabayon. Feel free to experiment with other beverage such as sherry or cognac. Serves 4 Ingredients 5-6 Nectarines 8 Sweet Cherries Sabayon Ingredients 4 large egg yolks at room temperature 2 tablespoons sugar 1/4 cup of Vouvray or slightly sweet wine Directions 1. Cut the large fruits into 1/2 inch thick slices. Halve and pit cherries. Divide among 4 dishes or cups. 2. Whisk egg yolks and sugar in a large...

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Share Your Passion Fruit Cheesecake

Posted by Leo Coulourides on

Share Your Passion Fruit Cheesecake

Valentine's Day is quickly approaching and it's time to do something special for your sweet heart. Cheesecake is always a decadent and delicious favorite, but this recipe has an extra dose of passion making this one fruity and delicious. Served with a vibrant red berry sauce, this cheesecake has a great balance of tart, sweet and creaminess that you're certain to fall head over heels for. It is advised that you make this cake in advance since it needs plenty or time to cool and set. Pair it up with some Pinot Noir or Sancerre. The Crust: 1 sleeve of...

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Mastering the Thanksgiving Table & Wine

Posted by Monica Yu on

Mastering the Thanksgiving Table & Wine

Counting down the days to Thanksgiving or upcoming holiday dinner parties and overwhelmed with which wine to pair with your dishes? Let the Bottle Shop guide you to master the holiday table and giving you more time to entertain. After all, our main philosophy is that wine is food. If you are really short on time, grab a few bottles of this Pinot Noir and you are all set.  Remember, no single wine is going to be perfect with the variety of food you are serving. So pick a few versatile styles that will work with your dishes. Here is the game...

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Blueberry Lavender Belgian Waffles

Posted by Monica Yu on

Blueberry Lavender Belgian Waffles

Mother's Day in coming up very soon and time is running out. However there is still time to do something sweet to give Mom a little sugar. We suggest trying this recipe for Blueberry Lavender Waffles! The wonderful lavender aromas add a beautiful flavor complexity to the dish that delight and surprise her. Just be sure to use edible lavender from the spice section of your local market and not from the sachet in her sock drawer. Serve these up as breakfast in bed or for dessert after a long day of spoiling and relaxation. Of course you can always...

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Port Calling

Posted by Monica Yu on

Port Calling

Port you say? What many generations of people used to embrace is now becoming less dominate in the American food scene. You capture a glimpse of it on the after dinner drink menu or in Grandma's shopping cart on Wednesday afternoons. Like fashion, wine trends may come and go, Port however paved the way for the fortified wine category. It still remains as one of the most iconic and recognizable wines in the same context as Bordeaux and Sherry.  Port "styled" wines can be made around the world, however real Port is made in the Douro Valley in Portugal, named after...

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