Tag Archives: Corbieres

Moussaka and Two Modest Corbières

This was an excuse to try some of the bottom end wines I recently bought in supermarkets. Moussaka is not very demanding; the richness of the lamb, earthy aubergines and the creamy top make for a thick tasting combination. A … Continue reading

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Wine with Bangers and Mash? And Blending Grapes

Fond as we are of sausages in the UK, we somehow can’t accept them as ‘proper’ food, only as something easy. Compare that with the host of continental sausages and salamis or, even better, French andouillettes which are made from … Continue reading

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More Inauthenticity – ‘Mexican’ Chili con Carne with Corbieres

Don’t forget the guacamole or the yoghurt (Greek!) and this is a hearty supper of robust tastes. We also use a dash of mango chutney as accompaniment as well as a pile of boiled rice. But it needs a robust … Continue reading

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