Re:Mix Your Summer Menu with Bordeaux
NEW YORK, July 31, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Bordeaux Wine Council (CIVB) is sharing recipes inspired by the tradition of food and wine pairings to diversify at-home cooking during long summer days and months. The blog featured on the Bordeaux Wines website at http://www.bordeaux.com currently features food and drink recipes contributed by Grace Parisi, FOOD & WINE Senior Recipe Developer, that reinterpret summer staples and simplify how to entertain guests with savory dishes and Bordeaux.
Austin Wine Guy Rob Moshein, one of Bordeaux's U.S. Wine Buffs, describes why the Re:Mix Your Summer Menu works for aficionados that want to change their summer menu and explore Bordeaux wines. "Food and wine pairings should not be complex or too time-consuming to create. The Re:Mix options are not only delicious and appeal to different palates, they can also be paired with broad categories of wine rather than a specific vintage that may be hard to find."
Throughout the summer, eight different food and cocktail recipes will be shared on http://www.bordeaux.com/us/blog/remix-summer-menu-with-bordeaux. The recipes include Re:Mix #1 for Garlicky Lemongrass Chicken, which features a spicy lemongrass paste that can be rubbed on chicken, pork tenderloin or any firm, white-fleshed fish such as a snapper, sea bass, or halibut - http://www.bordeaux.com/us/blog/summer-remix-meal-garlicky-lemongrass-chicken-recipe. The dish takes about 40 minutes to prepare and can be served with a refreshing and zesty white Bordeaux wine, such as Chateau Coucheroy. Re:Mix #2 features a creamy peach tart with an easy-to-make vanilla wafer cookies and smoked almonds crust – http://www.bordeaux.com/us/blog/summer-remix-creamy-peach-tart-recipe that can be coupled with any Bordeaux rose. Re:Mix Your Summer Menu also includes a rose cocktail recipe that can easily fool your guests into thinking you are a mixologist – http://www.bordeaux.com/us/blog/summer-remix-refreshing-rose-cocktail-recipe. The recipe recommends using Chateau Bauduc rose.
Journalists, bloggers, and at-home chefs are encouraged to tag @BordeauxWines on Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter to share pictures of their resulting dishes.
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