Some of our favorite recipe pairings….very tasty.
Wine with Food: Dessert By Paul Kalemkiarian Sr. | January 1983 The absolute crowning touch to a meal, in my opinion, is the serving of a wine with dessert, or maybe for dessert. It is so much more substantive than the traditional cordials or liqueurs with their loud flavors. The alcohol content is less, and therefore there is… read more »
Wine with Food: White Zinfandel By Paul Kalemkiarian Sr. | February 1984 The other day, as I was arriving for a meeting at a hotel, a luncheon meeting of a women’s club must have been letting out. I ran into an acquaintance who was carrying a bottle of wine. She stopped me and said “Paul,… read more »
Adventures in Eating: Lettuce Package Rosemarie | March 1984 Our daughter Sharon, who is a brand new wife, loves to cook. I might add, she is a very good cook at that. We recently visited her and her husband, and were pleasantly surprised with a delightful Chinese dinner: do-it-yourself Lettuce Packages. Once everything is assembled, it… read more »
Adventures in Eating: Posset Rosemarie | September 1983 If it’s September, Thanksgiving can’t be far away. What a glorious summer we have all experienced. A bit warm, but that’s what vacation time is all about. The fruit harvest, melons in particular, was extraordinary. I discovered a watermelon shaped melon with yellow and green stripes called… read more »
Adventures in Eating: Eggplant Tomato Spaghetti Sauce by Rosemarie | March 1983 I absolutely love eggplant (aubergine) and hope some of you share the same feelings. Arabs brought us the eggplant from India about 1500 years ago and the purplish egg-shaped vegetable has found itself to be a versatile morsel. Middle-eastern cooking is known to… read more »
Adventures in Eating: Peg Maleys Reuben Bake by Rosemarie | February 1983 The big red N, the Corn Huskers, the broad fertile plains of the hearty mid-west; these all spell the great State of Nebraska. Our eldest son, married a wonderful girl, (formerly Lynn Duling) from Lincoln, Nebraska. Christmas 1982, our whole family, spent Christmas… read more »
Ed: He does it again, you know? He’s the only guy that can crack himself up by doing nothing, absolutely nothing. Paul: I don’t know what it is. You make me laugh, Ed. You’re very funny. Ed: Good. I’m glad I make somebody laugh. Paul: We went to saw my folks over the weekend and… read more »
This is the freshly barbecued corn here for the Wine of the Month Club’s monthly barbecue. We’re going down just one month, okay? USDA choice, I’m not talking about it. Man 1: Loading. Paul: Load it up. Ramming. Man 1: Yeah!
Hey, welcome to the Wine of the Month Club’s first kitchen demonstration of one of the recipes that we’re featuring in the email special. We’re featuring two of our products, the Vista Alba Extra Virgin Olive Oil from Argentina and our Melina’s Balsamic Vinegar from Modena. But I want to make these quick Bruschettas, Auntie… read more »
Adventures in Eating: Mother’s String Beans Rosemarie | September 1982 I never fail to get “turned on” when I stop to realize, time and time again, the infinite ways a particular ingredient can be prepared. String beans are in their full glory in the markets now. I remember as a little girl, sitting and painfully stringing them… read more »