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Thai Prawn Curry and Chilean Riesling

The prawn curry is a straightforward Thai green curry. Not really hot, just a little spicy, but enough to challenge most wines. This is an ideal opportunity to try out the case of Riesling I have just bought – Zarcillo … Continue reading

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Thai Pork Rissoles with Alsace Riesling

Good taste isn’t immediately associated with the word ‘rissoles’, but what’s wrong with a pork meatball as long as it’s properly made and served with the right accompaniments? This is an ‘Asian fusion’ take on something you really might find … Continue reading

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Pre-prandial Single-Vineyard Sauvignon from Chile

Last night, with roast chicken, we finished the two bottles of CdR we had started the day before. As an aperitif I opened a new Leyda, Garuma Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc 2009 from Chile via the Wine Society. It’s a big … Continue reading

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Prawns in Thai Green Sauce with Alsace Riesling

I have long advocated Alsace (white) wines with oriental food, especially Thai, so prawns in Thai green sauce was the perfect opportunity to try two of the wines I had brought back from France. The wines were Weisskeller Sylvaner 2008, … Continue reading

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Thai Green Curry & Riesling – a Classic

Tonight prawns in a Thai green curry with French beans straight from the garden.  The whole meal can be cooked (you should have prepared and frozen the curry paste beforehand) in no more time than it takes to cook the … Continue reading

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