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Wine Time - 70+ Recipes for Simple Bites That Pair Perfectly with Wine

Barbara Scott-Goodman

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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This is a fresh, modern follow-up to the bestselling Wine Bites, featuring 65 brand new recipes with suggested pairings and beautiful food photography.Wine lovers rejoice! In this updated edition of the bestselling Wine Bites, Wine Time includes more than 65 all-new recipes for simple, scrumptious bites to go with your glass of vino. There are recipes for every occasion, whether a barbeque or book club, romantic date night or solo dinner, as well as wine pairings that complement each dish. With the added bonus of wine cocktails, step-by-step instructions for putting together a first-class cheese board, and a chapter on sauces and chutneys to elevate an hors d'oeuvres spread, this is an indispensable resource for anyone who likes to host parties, drink wine, and dabble in the kitchen.• MAKES WINE ACCESSIBLE: Wine shouldn't be reserved to the snobby sommeliers of the world. This book makes wine pairings easier than ever with accessible recipes and wine suggestions that any home cook can try.• FANTASTIC VALUE: Wine Time features more than 65 all-new food recipes with wine pairings, plus wine cocktails and sidebar tips throughout.Perfect for:• Wine drinkers• Casual entertainers• Visitors to wine country

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