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  • Of course you'll find the classics (Escargots à la Bourguignonne, steak frites, white-wine mussels, fresh-cured sardines), but we were particularly impressed with the more contemporary roasted Maine Lobster Frites and Short Rib Bourguignonne as well as the Coq au Vin done two ways (roasted breast, braised thigh).

    Audarshia Townsend: Tango in New, Parisian-Themed Places

  • Of course you'll find the classics (Escargots à la Bourguignonne, steak frites, white-wine mussels, fresh-cured sardines), but we were particularly impressed with the more contemporary roasted Maine Lobster Frites and Short Rib Bourguignonne as well as the Coq au Vin done two ways (roasted breast, braised thigh).

    Audarshia Townsend: Tango in New, Parisian-Themed Places

  • It is accompanied by a homemade chutney of Muscat Hamburg grapes, shallots, white-wine vinegar and sugar served from a specially constructed marble mortar.

    On a Cheese-Selecting Mission With Alain Ducasse

  • For her final Slow Food Fast contribution, Ms. Reusing shares a recipe for roasted chicken thighs with rhubarb and fennel in white-wine broth.

    Chicken With Rhubarb and Fennel

  • Here you are in white-wine country, where producers in the Minho make a green wine that is very dry and on a first sip can appear slightly sharp, with a mouth-puckering acid kick and a slightly spritzy feel.

    Iberia's Hidden Gems

  • Or, he says, "We'll take lettuce leaves that aren't crispy, braise them to get a uniform texture, then serve them with smoked chopped clams, white-wine vinegar and clam juice."

    No Blood Spilled in This Top to Tail

  • First of all, he points out, the sauce is at least as important as the base in trying to make matches, and if a fish is served with a red-wine sauce like a red-wine béarnaise, then the white-wine rule is suspended.

    The Odd Couple of Food and Wine

  • For this round, my ingredients were prosciutto (Mom), asparagus (Mark) and chervil (Tammy) … so I thought of raviolis with a white-wine cream sauce.

    Where has the summer gone? at

  • Unlike many of the trendiest destinations in a city of trendy food, Hospoda will mine the same hearty Old World fare that Mr. Sahajdák serves in Prague: rosemary rabbit with peeled barley, hearty beef bouillon served with quail eggs,homemade noodles andmarrow, or fresh white asparagus in a white-wine sauce paired with kohlrabi.

    A Modern Take on Czech Cuisine

  • I've said it a million times and I'll say it again -- there is little doubt that sauvignon blanc is the white-wine future of Long Island.

    Long Island Wine

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