|Bordeaux and Its Wines, 15th Edition|
|by Marc-Henry Lemay|
Bordeaux and its Wines is a massive reference, and the long-acknowledged "bible" of the wines produced in the Bordeaux region of France.
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In food processor, place cheese and cream. Blend. Add port wine. Blend. Shape into ball or log, roll in nuts. Chill.
Mix both cheeses together well; form into log or ball. Roll ball or log in crushed nuts. Refrigerate until cold. Serve with crackers.
Have cheese at room temperature. ... combine all ingredients and process until smooth. Store in covered crock or jar. Makes 1 1/2 cups. Serve with crackers.
Dissolve Jello in ... in pineapple and wine, and spoon ... firm. Combine cream cheese with sugar. Stir ... and sprinkle with reserved pecans. Chill well.
Drain cherries thoroughly. ... reserved syrup and port. Chill until slightly thickened. Shape cream cheese into tiny balls. ... Chill until set but not firm.
Dissolve Jello in ... in pineapple and wine and spoon into ... firm. Combine cream cheese and sugar. Stir ... salad and sprinkle reserved pecans. Chill well.
Soften cream cheese and blend in wine. Mix all ingredients. Place in 6 inch ring mold and chill.
Preheat oven to ... breast. Add both wines to skillet in ... Top with Mozzarella cheese slices until melted, ... breast on a bed of wild rice. Serves 10.
About 2 hours before serving. Place wine, sugar, lemon ... paper towels. With cheese slicer dipped in ... with cheese; garnish with mint. Makes 8 servings.
Blend cheeses together with a ... break apart the bread shell to eat. This can be refrigerated, but for best spreading results, serve at room temperature.
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