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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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Ikea helped make Swedish meatballs famous, but Norway has its own version of the dish, with an unusual cocoa-based sauce.
To add an extra layer of smokiness to these juicy chicken legs, Chef Paul Virant brushes them with a quick pimentón-infused oil.
F&W Best New Chef 2010 Missy Robbins makes this decadent pasta dish with burrata, the creamy cow’s-milk cheese from Italy.
Using sausage in place of ground meat is a flavorful shortcut. For a salty, creamy finish, stir in shredded provolone before serving.
Inspired by his grandmother, chef Hugo Ortega uses smoky pasilla chiles, tomatoes and spices to make a rich, tangy mole for short ribs.
For this playful twist on British roast lamb with mint jelly, lamb chops are here served with a piquant condiment of fresh mint and jalapeño.
Chef Harold Dieterle of New York City’s Kin Shop and Perilla uses tamarind to give his pad thai an authentic sweet-and-sour flavor.
Any meaty, flaky white fish, like red snapper, sea bass or cod, will work in this easy main dish.
Panko—finely ground, Japanese-style bread crumbs—creates a crunchy crust for these lemon-accented chicken breasts.
Fresh sorrel gives the sauce for these veal chops a bright, lemony bite. Look for young, tender leaves, which have a milder flavor.
This wine-friendly recipe comes from Seattle chef Tom Douglas, who creates a sweet-salty topping for lamb from four ingredients.
Grapes may seem like an unlikely partner for fish, but they’re very good with silky black cod fillets.
To give cod a golden, crunchy crust, Melissa Rubel Jacobson dusts it with finely milled Wondra flour before cooking.
Sweet Italian pork sausages pair well with crisp white wines. They also make for an easy dish that’s ready in just 30 minutes.
Flash-seared tuna steaks get a Japanese accent with a speedy vinaigrette spiked with fresh ginger, sake and mirin.
This brilliant twist on ragù uses purchased duck confit to create a rich, earthy sauce for pasta in a flash.
What makes this dish extraordinary are the roasted pistachios, which add a sweet nuttiness.
A long, slow simmer gives a deeply meaty flavor to this traditional Italian rag&ugrave.
Smoking meat on the grill is easy, especially when it results in tender, slow-cooked pork ribs rubbed with a sweet-and-spicy blend.
Using a mixture of veal, beef and pork gives this traditional pasta sauce incredible depth; a touch of cream lends richness.
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