Category: Eating Vine Blog

  • Jamaican Jerk Glazed Ham

    Wine Pairing: Charles Joguet, Chinon “clos du Chene Vert” – Organic 2002, France. This highly complex and extremely spicy wine does not overcomplicate the intricate flavors of the jerk glaze and spices, instead they forge an incredibly bold pair suited for bold palettes and the brave of heart, much like the dish itself! Retails for…

  • Apple Mustard Mint Glazed Ham

    Wine Pairing: Domaine Zind Humbrecht, Riesling Gueberschwihr – Organic 2008, Germany. This almost perfect German Riesling has smoke and stone notes lached with white peach, apple, and lemon zest. It’s zesty and snappy with a white pepper-tinged finish. It is perfect for this ham! Retails for around $18. INGREDIENTS For the Brine One whole bone…

  • Bourbon Persimmon Lavender Glazed Ham

    Wine Pairing: Ch. De Trinquevedel Tavel Rosé 2009, France. This one is a tough pairing the the potent floral lavender and the spicy sweet persimmon next to the smoky and salty ham. This French rosé is perfect for all. It is bright and bold but with spicy undertones that lend well to the persimmons, and…

  • Ginger Sage Maple Glazed Ham

    Wine Pairing: Domaine de la Chevalerie, Bourgueill “Cuvee Chavalerie” – Organic 2001, France. This is an old Cab Franc Producer that has been producing traditional Cab Francs for generations. This wine is super robust, extremely herbaceous, and quite elegant. It is extremely compatible with the potent sage and ginger and excellent with the saltiness of…

  • September Roasted Plums with Rosemary Cream

    A simple decadent dessert, quick to make and hard to forget, using tasty sweet fall plums.

  • Late Summer Garden Chicken and Herbed Dumplings

    Everyone’s favorite chicken & dumplings gets a big garden boost from late summer goodies in this healthy recipe!

  • Sweet Corn Chowder With Roasted Poblano Peppers

    This dish is a lovely way to keep corn a staple in our meals even after corns peak season, the corn is not as sweet this time of year, which is why it is delicious in this spicy corn chowder! Don’t worry the corn is still plenty sweet to give the perfect balance of sweet…

  • Indian Summer Ratatouille

    This version of the traditional fresh Provencal vegetable stew is both easy and tasty as well and utilizes the best of the late summer/early fall bounty!

  • Pork Loin And Potatoes With Rosemary, Leeks & Cream

    Serves 1-2 INGREDIENTS 1-2 servings pork loin, sliced ¼ medium yellow onion, chopped fine 1 Yukon potato, chopped 1 leek, chopped 3 tablespoons cream Several sprigs rosemary PREPARATION Preheat oven to 400ËšF. Place sliced pork loin on prepared foil. Top with onion, potato, leek, cream, and top with several sprigs of rosemary. Wrap and bake…

  • Chicken Breast & Chard with Thyme, Garlic, White Wine & Lemon

    Serves 1 – 2 INGREDIENTS 1-2 servings chicken breast, boneless, skinless, sliced Juice of ½ lemon 2 garlic cloves, chopped fine 3 tablespoons white wine 1 cup chard, chopped Several thyme sprigs PREPARATION Preheat oven to 400ËšF. Place sliced chicken breast on prepared foil. Top with juice of ½ lemon, 2 chopped garlic cloves, white…

  • Blackberry Mango Mint Cava Granita

    Not quite a cocktail but still makes the cut on our list of spectacular summer herb & sparkling wine recipes and we just simply couldn’t leave it out!

  • Lemon Verbena Basil Cava Cooler

    This exotic and intoxicating cooler will wow you and it stronger than it tastes so look out!

  • Raspberry Sage Prosecco

    Deep aromatic sage blends in an amazingly masculine way with the femininity of the tart raspberry, sure to make a hit with the crowd.

  • NJ Peach Tarragon Bellini

    Local never tasted so good with this delightful classic brunch cocktail!

  • Ginger Beet Prosecco

    Sweet earthy and spicy this recipe is sure to bring decadence back into your summer dinner parties with its exotic flavor and deep fusica color!

  • Blueberry Mint Cavatini

    A delicious way to enjoy the summer blueberry season and get your drink on!