Monthly Archives: December 2015

Pairing Wine with…Other Blogs

the drunken cyclist

I have always tried to think a bit outside the box. I don’t necessarily mean that as a self-aggrandizing compliment as much as a matter of choice. The fact of the matter is, I get bored rather easily. When I am out on a long solo bike ride, for instance, I keep my mind busy by performing square roots in my head. Yes, I could see how you might think that square root calculations are the epitome of boredom, but trust me, it is far more exciting than riding for three hours without an interlocutor.

wine-stain1-3Then there was the time in graduate school at Penn where I was charged with writing an ethnography. We needed to visit the same site for a predetermined minimum number of times and then write about the experience. All of the other students in the class opted to observe a classroom at some level or…

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Traveling Wine Chick: The One: 2013 Hudson-Chatham Chelois

We have another great entry into this month’s Challenge (#MWWC21) from another previous winner of the Challenge, Beth the Traveling Wine Chick!

You can check out the post here:

The One: 2013 Hudson-Chatham Chelois

http://travelingwinechick.com/2015/12/06/the-one-2013-hudson-chatham-chelois/

Thanks for another great post!

Pairing for Parky

rugbymother

I state this with certainty:  There is more wine in our cellar than we can drink before we die.

What started as an interesting hobby, to accumulate a bit of nice wine to drink on special occasions, has turned into an obsession to never, ever have to drink young wine!

And while my other half tends (and continuously stocks) said cellar, I cook.  I cook to eat, I cook to share, but most of all, I cook as to create.  My children would know I’d had a rough day if they arrived home to find me chain-baking, tins lining up along the kitchen counter to take their place in the oven as others came out.  The perfect stress-reliever – particularly with a perfect glass of wine in hand.

When I taste good wine, there is an immediate question in my head:   “but what should I be cooking to eat with this?” …

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