Smoked Chicken Pasta Salad
gdfo July 22, 2014 at 04:30 pm
First choice for a wine to go with this might be hard to find. Ribiero& Ferrira Vinho TintoRead More Garrafiera from Portugal. The reason is that I would like the match of the smoked chicken and black olives and Feta cheese the the medium tannins and beautiful fruit of this wine. Odds are though that it is not in Atlanta. Another Portuguese wine that would go nicely is Caves Velhas Romeria, another red wine with just the texture and body for the smoke and olives and cheese. There is a real fine red wine from Fattoria Vitticcio that used to be here in Atlanta and probably still is. Their regular Chianti Classico would do just fine. It has just enough oak to work into the smoke and cheese and olives. They have a Chianti Classico Riserva that is outstanding. (aged, at least partially in American Oak. If someone made this dish and used a different cheese, say a domestic parmesan, then there are other chiantis that would work well. If there was a little bacon in the dish then perhaps a Fontannafredda Barbaresco. (Hey!! I am not making these names up OK!!! )
Spicy Catfish with Crawfish Gravy
gdfo July 18, 2014 at 02:52 pm
The 2 wines I am going to mention used to be quite popular and available in most retail wine shops.Read More First choice is Muscadet Sevre et Maine. Here is a link to it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muscadet The Second wine choice is from Portugal, Vinho Verde which just means green wine. If you can find some try it anyway.
Just Say'n July 18, 2014 at 09:19 pm
HUMANE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES POOLED INCOME FUND 017373-01 PITTSBURGH, PA Add to MyRead More Charities Donate Print Share Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin More Sharing Services Why isn't this organization rated? This organization is not eligible to be rated by Charity Navigator because it does not meet our required tax status of being a 501(c) (3) public charity (see the IRS website to learn about the different classifications of nonprofits). Visit the Methodology section of our site to learn about our criteria for evaluating charities. What does it mean that this organization isn’t rated? It simply means that the organization doesn't meet our criteria. A lack of a rating does not indicate a positive or negative assessment by Charity Navigator.
Just Say'n July 18, 2014 at 09:31 pm
In the comment above you will not that charity Navigator does not even rate HSUS due to it's taxRead More status.
Black Caviar is Salty and Scrumptious
Irene DeBlasio July 17, 2014 at 01:15 pm
Wonderful recipes! I love to scoop the yolk out of hard boiled eggs, spoon the caviar into theRead More whites and sprinkle with the crumbled yolk. Many thanks.
Colleen Walsh Fong July 17, 2014 at 01:18 pm
Oh! That's sounds delicious! Thanks for your recipe, Irene!
"The HSUS Titanic has run into the Iceberg called the Truth. It is a sinking ship and there aren't any lifeboats.......err........except the $26 million someone moved to the Cayman Islands for their retirement"
Just Say'n July 14, 2014 at 12:30 pm
Oklahoma City News & Tulsa World are the leading news outlets in OK. Search their archives forRead More HSUS. Lots of groups have big financial reasons to discredit HSUS as they continue to fight animal cruelty at all levels. So Tim are you into dog fighting, puppy mills, battery cages for your chickens, gestation creates for your hogs, canned hunting, trophy hunting endangered species? Just a wild guess but I bet it's dog fighting or maybe bear bating. As you seem to be the only one commenting to these ridiculous posts I think you are the only one reading and believing. Over and OUT ;0)
Tim July 15, 2014 at 07:24 pm
I have sources all over the US. I see that you use typical Liberal Extremist tactics in an attemptRead More to divert the conversation away from your sinking ship. They are not fighting animal cruelty, they are lining their pockets for their own pension funds, sending it to the Cayman Islands and suckering the simpletons into funding a political lobby. And cultists like you continue to send that check every month to help them pay their legal bills. What you do not know is that I post this information on numerous sites that you are not aware of. And just because someone doesn't' comment doesn't mean they don't read. You must have your head up you Ass not to see that the Truth about these criminals is getting out and spreading more every day. Ahhh.....but that is the Mindset of the Blind followers of Liberalism and Deception in the "Animal Activist paradigm."
Tim July 15, 2014 at 07:25 pm
BTW, there are people all over the US, doing exactly as HW and I am. I am certainly not in thisRead More alone.......LOL!
July is Named for Julius Caesar
Johnny Robish July 11, 2014 at 12:21 pm
Remind me to stay away from any "Nation Baked Beans Month" celebrants (lol).
Colleen Walsh Fong July 11, 2014 at 01:21 pm
I have to agree with you on that, Johnny!
Pulled Pork Brunswick Stew
gdfo July 8, 2014 at 12:03 pm
There are a few wines that could go with this dish. The idea is to match or compliment to TomatoRead More flavor. There are some simple Chiantis out there and they should be inexpensive too. No need for a Classico designation for this dish. If you could find a red wine from Romagna that would be good with the dish. But I do not think there are many available here. A light zinfandel could do well also. Nothing to big or heavy though. Ask your favorite wine merchant for something along this line. There are several Chilean Merlots that would go well and then there is Vino De Ezaguirre Cabernet. This wine you will find with a burlap wrapper over the bottle. If you see it get the Cabernet and not the Merlot or Shiraz.
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