|Vineyard Tales -Reflections on Wine|
|by Gerald Asher|
A Napa Valley Cabernet, a French Burgundy, an Orvieto Classico shared among friends in the Umbrian hills-every wine has a story, and Gerald Asher ...
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Blanch in boiling ... pods, mushroom heads, red bell pepper and ... pepper. Mix together wine and cornstarch and ... fry for 1 minute. Serve over hot rice.
In a small ... and add to red peppers. Set aside. ... and 1/2 cup wine. Increase heat ... assembled one day in advance and refrigerated until ready to bake.
Mix dressing ingredients and heat till sugar is dissolved. Salt and pepper may be added to taste. Mix salad ingredients, except sunflower seeds, and ...
Place mushrooms, herbs and red pepper strips in ... or overnight. When ready to use, drain mushroom mixture. Place atop lettuce. Garnish with basil sprig.
Finely chop and ... Add olive oil and red wine vinegar. Stir and chill. Serve with tortilla chips or pita bread triangles. Simple, spicy and scrumptious!
Season rabbit with ... ten minutes in a Dutch oven. Add can of soup, mushrooms and milk. Stir in wine. Cover and cook in oven at 350 degrees for one hour.
Heat heavy skillet and add 1/3 cup olive oil. When hot, add rice and saute, stirring with a wooden spoon, until it turns golden brown. Place in large ...
In a rather ... for taste add wine or water. This ... your favorite cooked pasta. Hot sausage makes a spicier sauce, or you may wish to have half & half.
In large sauce pan pour 1/2 oil from artichoke hearts. Saute garlic and onions until onions are just getting soft. If using fresh tomatoes, drop in ...
Tear lettuce, slice papaya and avocado in thin slices, gently toss with the dressing, serve immediately. Serves 6 to 8. Blend all ingredients in ...
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