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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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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.
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.
Chef Jennifer Jasinski makes a simple, fragrant spice rub for the juicy lamb chops she serves with a garlic-and-sherry pan sauce.
Fried shallots add sweetness and a croutonlike crunch to this simple green salad from chef Chris Ainsworth.
NYC’s Minetta Tavern makes a spectacular burger with a blend of brisket and beef short rib; ground sirloin makes a great substitute.
These lobster rolls are quite substantial, so one per person is plenty. Cooked shrimp or lump crab is a fine alternative to lobster.
Grilled chicken, shrimp and sausages get a blast of flavor from a chunky garlic salsa made with baby peppers, cilantro and lime.
Roy Choi slathers his pork shoulder with a powerful marinade of garlic, citrus and herbs, then lets it sit overnight before roasting.
This no-fail method for ribs from Dallas chef-turned-pitmaster Tim Byres results in sticky, smoky ribs that melt off the bone.
More decadent than molten chocolate cake: one filled with warm raspberry, reveals F&W's Grace Parisi.
This grilled chicken dish transforms the sweet-savory elements of a Moroccan tagine—apricots, olives, couscous—into a light, summery meal. The marinade and relish are both flavored with eucalyptus honey, which has a deep, herbal flavor that's delicious with the smoky chicken. Plus, the honey caramelizes on the grill, which makes the chicken extra-crispy.
Brushing these baby back ribs with a sweet-tart glaze of peach jam, ketchup and lemon juice gives them incredible flavor.
Rick Bayless’s stellar vegetarian sandwiches (tortas) are full of earthy mushrooms and tangy goat cheese.
Top Chef finalist Sarah Grueneberg created a vegetarian version of Bolognese that’s as rich and delicious as the meat version.
A little Gruyère gives this tart incredible flavor. Served with a salad and a cheese course, it makes a fabulous vegetarian meal.
Steaming mussels in both sherry and white wine helps make this simple 30-minute Mediterranean dish super-flavorful.
A simple mussel broth, caramelized vegetables and a dollop of crème fraîche all pump up the flavor of these steamed mussels.
Here, briny mussels are flavored with lemon juice, fresh herbs and speck, the salty cured ham.
F&W Best New Chef 1996 Michael Schlow adds smoky chorizo and cherry tomatoes to mussels for a brightly flavored dish.
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