Food And Wine Pairings: What You Should Be Eating With Your Wine

Food And Wine Pairings: What You Should Be Eating With Your Wine

I’m not a wine snob, however, I do enjoy having the odd glass of wine. Now that it’s winter I am sipping on red, but in the summer you’ll find me with a glass of white. My mom used to be a liquor inspector and had to take many wine courses, and being her daughter I happen to know a lot about the good ol’ vino.

There are four main types of wine: red, white, rose, and champagne and for every wine, there is a food pairing. Certain wines taste better with certain foods! We are going to look at food pairings with red and white wine since they are both the most popular options. It’s hard to know which wine tastes best with what, so here is your beginner’s guide to wine and food pairings!

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4 Low-Cal Boozy Drinks to Sip This Summer

4 Low-Cal Boozy Drinks to Sip This Summer

Summer is right around the corner. Most of us are getting excited about beach days, or poolside vacations. Most likely, you’re also thinking about the summer drinks you’ll be sipping on at home. I hate to break it to you, but here are the fatty drinks you should be avoiding this summer.
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6 Sangrias That Deserve a Patio

6 Sangrias That Deserve a Patio

I am so happy to finally see the nice weather settling in. I don’t know about you, but when it starts to get warm outside my friends and I automatically think about patio drinks! It’s nice to sit outside with the girls, talk, and have a few beverages while enjoying the sun. If you don’t want to spend money at a restaurant, you can enjoy these 10/10 sangria punches (because sangria is just THAT good) at home with your ladies instead!

Berry Rose Sangria.
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Ingredients: ½ cup of sugar, one cup of water, ¼ cup of creme de cassis, one and a half cups of assorted berries, a 750ml bottle of dry rose wine, and two teaspoons of fresh lemon juice.

Instructions: Put your berries into your pitcher. Put your sugar, water and creme de cassis in a saucepan and bring it to a simmer. Stir until sugar is dissolved. Pour your syrup into the pitcher and let stand for five minutes. Add your wine and lemon juice. Stir your pitcher, then put it in the fridge to chill. Serve over ice.
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