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Pairings

Entertain with confidence with spectacular recipes and food pairings perfected in the FOOD & WINE Test Kitchen along with wine pairing tips.

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Perfect Pairing Rules

  1. Serve a dry rosé with hors d'oeuvres.
  2. Serve an unoaked white with anything you can squeeze a lemon or lime on.
  3. Try low-alcohol wines with spicy foods.
  4. Match rich red meats with tannic reds.
  5. With lighter meats, pair the wine with the sauce.
  6. Choose earthy wines with earthy foods.
  7. For desserts, go with a lighter wine.

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Lamb is a natural match with briny olives and roasted peppers. Israeli couscous is perfect here for soaking up the juicy sauce.
Street food is moving from the cart to the kitchen. In NYC, the Kwik Meal cart serves amazing lamb over rice. Here, F&W’s version.
A vibrant salsa verde from chef Seamus Mullen at New York City’s Boqueria doubles as a marinade for these lamb skewers.
The secret to this simple recipe is freshly toasted and ground cumin, which gives a more intense flavor than spice out of a jar.
The lamb in this Moroccan-inspired stew becomes buttery and melt-in-your-mouth tender as it cooks.
Duck legs become incredibly tender after cooking in red wine and chicken stock; the braising liquid makes an intense sauce.
Silvena Rowe’s signature dish at Quince in London is this sliced grilled lamb with dilled yogurt and cucumbers, wrapped in flatbread.
A garnish of chopped parsley and horseradish perks up this elementally delicious dish of juicy, thinly sliced lamb on creamy polenta.
Marinating this steak overnight with thinly sliced lemons and minced garlic makes the meat tender and incredibly flavorful.
Fresh herbs, lemons and olives give this easy roast chicken dish incredibly vibrant flavor.
Bulgur, a quick-cooking form of whole wheat, is marvelous in this make-ahead salad tossed with baby spinach and precooked shrimp.
Apples and raisins give Waldorf Salad its sweetness; this version perks up the creamy dressing with fresh lemon juice.
You could make this stew with any kind of lentil, though the French (or Puy) variety holds its shape nicely even when fully cooked.
Chicago chef Bill Kim bathes these juicy roast chickens overnight in a tangy, garlicladen, Puerto Rican–style marinade.
In this easy, elegant dish, Marcia Kiesel looks to strongly flavored herbs, such as thyme and marjoram, because she likes them with meaty mahimahi. Along with white wine, she includes clam juice to add a briny edge.
Purchased mango chutney makes a fantastic base for the sticky-sweet glaze on this succulent grilled turkey.
A sweet-and-spicy marinade of maple sugar, ginger and red pepper forms a luscious glaze on pork loin during roasting.
A spiced, maple-sweetened apple cider brine keeps this pork extra-juicy and gives it a caramelized exterior as it cooks.
Chef April Bloomfield serves these steak tacos with a rich, nutty salsa made with chipotle chiles and pecans, but any salsa will work well.
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Most red snapper for sale in the U.S. comes from the Gulf of Mexico. If you can’t find any, striped bass makes a great substitute.
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