While wings are ubiquitous with Super Bowl Sunday, we dare say that meatballs are a more satisfying (and cleaner) alternative to Buffalo wings. Whether you’re hosting a viewing party this weekend or simply have a hankering for some hearty comfort food, Chef Michael Toscano’s recipe for Sweet Italian Sausage meatballs are sure to satisfy.
Last Thanksgiving, we asked Chef Michael Toscano, Executive Chef and Partner of NYC’s Perla and Jeffrey’s Grocery, and Bordeaux Wines’ Culinary Ambassador, for a seasonalrecipe to kick off the big day. He came back with this savory Tarte Flambée, sure to please any crowd.
As we sifted through our recipe archives for Super Bowl worthy dishes, this easy to make flambeé sat at the top of the list. Pro-tip: Try substituting gluten free flour for a G-Free version of this savory flatbread.
Refer to Patrick Cappiello‘s wine pairing suggestions to amp up your appetizer!
May the best team win!
With Thanksgiving just a few days away, we asked Chef Michael Toscano, Executive Chef and Partner at two of New York City’s buzziest restaurants, Perla and Jeffrey’s Grocery and Bordeaux Wines’ culinary ambassador, for a seasonal, unexpected recipe to kick off the big day. He came back with this savory Tarte Flambée, sure to please any crowd.
Save the recipe below and refer to Patrick Cappiello’s wine pairing suggestions to amp up your appetizer!
Whether you’re ordering in, taking out, or pan-frying up at home (see recipe from New York Times’ Mark Bittman), we think Thursday nights are prime for pizza. And, when it comes to wine pairing, affordable, young reds are definitely the way to go. Specifically, value red Bordeaux provides the right balance of accessible structure – tannins, body – with a smooth and fruit forward finish that complements the flavor and texture of pizza. Have we inspired your Thursday dinner plans yet?
If so, read on for 4 affordable Bordeaux reds to pair with your pizza tonight: