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“The artisans who create the country’s finest hams tend to call well-aged hams “country hams,” and regard the sweeter, more familiar brine-cured ham as “city hams.””
“Old-fashioned, well-aged Rioja is a beautiful thing.”
“In addition to Alsace Pinot Gris, a well-aged white Hermitage works with this dish.”
“It isn't just that a well-aged wine can cost so much money or require a long wait Americans don't like their pleasures deferred—there's also the question of flavor.”
“Mr. Adams lamented that not many wine drinkers were likely to experience the enormous pleasure that a well-aged wine could bestow.”
“I spend my summers in Val D'Orcia in southern Tuscany and always take home a well-aged 'stagianato' pecorino from Pienza.”
“The Hereford fillet was tender, well-aged and needed only minor trimming of silverskin.”
“Many chefs keep close to the stove a well-aged sherry vinegar, which adds both balanced acidity and depth of flavor to soups and sauces.”
“Recipes From the Young Turks Raw Beef Rib, Oysters & Chickweed Directions Use about 90 grams of well-aged, well-marbled beef rib per person.”
“Still, I want to thank this remarkable railroad man from Montana for sharing his well-earned and well-aged wisdom before he moved on to that next station at the end of the line.”
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