stevegsltsz1953 - Blog
June
4
2018

Most people prefer chuck as the meat of choice, but I find it a bit too fatty and prefer to use Bottom Round. This dish can be easily find out with its yellow or red color. Less than that, and I can barely make it through the day.

At the most recent meeting of our wine tasting group the host strongly recommended this wine. As often the case, there's quite a history to this Italian vineyard. In the late Sixteenth Century Princess Margherita of Austria, the wife of Ottavio Farnese, bought the town of Ortona for 52,000 ducats. She had built a palace that remains uncompleted and "worked" in the vineyards. These vineyards are the source of today's wine. Talk about microclimate. The Farnese vineyards lie in the valley of the Moro River tucked in between Mount Maiella and the sea in the Abruzzi region of central Italy.

If you are at a loss for recipes that you can cook in your slow cooker, just Google some of your favorite foods and add slow cooker slow cooker beef and potato curry recipes to it. Thousands upon thousands of recipes are on the internet for your use with this kind of cooker. From pizza, spaghetti, chicken, beef stew, soups, squash and even baked potatoes. Clean up on the them is even easier now thanks to the plastic liners that are available in your local grocery store. You simply place the liner in the pot, add your ingredients and start cooking. When your meal is over, place your leftovers in a container and just lift out the liner. Easy, fast and no scrubbing involved!

Let's start by quoting the marketing materials. "Tasting Note: (includes 10% merlot, 3% petit verdot and 1% cabernet franc): Glass-staining ruby. Aromas of cherry compote, boysenberry and pipe tobacco, with subtle smoke and cracked pepper accents. Lush and creamy in texture, offering hefty dark fruit flavors that are sharpened by a spicy beef curry nuance. Finishes smooth and long, with soft tannins adding gentle grip. This wine drinks very well now after a brief decanting. Score - 90. (Josh Raynolds, International Wine Cellar, July, 2012). And now for my review.

If adding meat to the soup such as chicken you have some options on how and when to add it to the pot. For some soups (liken homemade chicken) you will just add it to the pot and cook along with the other ingredients. For other soup (such as slow cooker beef curry barley) you will want to brown the meat to add more intense flavor.

The first sips were mouth filling. The wine was long and rich. The beef curry thai food pairing involved a commercially barbecued chicken accompanied by potatoes roasted in chicken fat. The plum taste was dominant but not unpleasant and I also tasted tobacco. This Cab showed a fine balance of fruit, acidity, and light tannins. It was palate cleansing, especially for the greasy roasted potatoes. If I had to look for something negative I suppose that it could have been more subtle.

No wonder authentic Indian curry recipes are the most sought after. You can easily cook and enjoy many scrumptious curry recipes in my ebook. I have complied a great selection of great tasting curry recipes and will let you in some culinary secrets every food lover must know. Enjoy!

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