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Wine with Food: Aged California Chardonnay| Pairing Tips

Wine with Food: Aged California Chardonnay By Paul Kalemkiarian Sr. | September 1983 The deep golden hues of well-aged California Chardonnays are tantalizing sugges­tions of the fragrant tastes that follow. This varietal of grape, and the wine our California vintners have produced from it in the last 15 years has begun to threaten the foundations… read more »

Wine with Food: Liebfraumilch | Pairing Tips

Wine with Food: Liebfraumilch By Paul Kalemkiarian Sr. | February 1983 You will notice that I have changed the name of this column. For 14 issues now, the emphasis has been on the meal, with the serving of a wine as the comple­ment. Thus—Wine with Food, was the natural title. I make a particular point of… read more »

Recipe: Skewered Swordfish or Thrasher Shark | Food and Wine Pairing

Adventures in Eating: Skewered Swordfish or Thrasher Shark Rosemarie | February 1985 In my French conversation class this week, I learned a new word – la grippe. Certainly, it better illustrates the way one feels when they are “gripped” by the flu. Presently, while writing this column, la grippe has indeed “gripped” me! Aching muscles,… read more »

Wine with Food: For Luncheon Dishes, Casseroles and Pasta

Wine with Food: For Luncheon Dishes, Casseroles and Pasta by Paul Kalemkiarian Sr | June 1982 Before I discuss wines to serve with cheeses, desserts, eggs, salads, (yes some salads can have wine accompaniments) which are the topics of the next four columns, I decided to cover a catch-all group of meals of an everyday… read more »

Wine with Food: Seafood | Pairing Tips

Wine with Food: Seafood By Paul Kalemkiarian Sr. | February 1982 Whether you are serving fish and seafood as a course, or as an entree, they deserve a wine of their own. There is no beverage more suitable than wine for the gastronomic delights of the bounty from our seas, lakes, rivers, and streams. It… read more »