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Pesto, Sun-dried, Tomatoes & Olives
Some meals require you to be more daring and adventurous with your pallet, forking a strip of chicken, olive, a sun-dried tomato then swirling, pesto dressed linguine pasta around this heap of sower but yet still sweet and juicy ingredients, with basil giving it a fresh taste, even minty to some as it did for me with each chew.
A bit of reading up online on what one should pair such a dish with before ordering, suggested for a glass off Sauvignon Blanc as the recommended grape to compliment the dish, this meal can be found to be dry for some as the pasta base is not made with the traditional approach of having a thick sauce, this makes your serving of linguine very chewy, which maybe the approach the chef was going for but could be underwhelming for some as to my experience the dish did not serve a punch but only a light peck when it comes to flavor
The Two Tone Sweatpants item is now officially available on our online store with a new silver drawstring tip.
WELL DONE OR RARE ?
You may have unnoticeably so been plated a rather undesired cut of steak with your recent order at a restaurant, the reason for this being, you told the waiter that that you preferred your steak “well done”. Rumor has it that when ordering your steak well done the kitchen will serve you a cut closer to the vein instead of the prime thicker cuts.
This is done to save the prime for those who request a medium or rare steak for their meals, as steaks prepared rare are said to have more flavor especially cuts further from the vein hence saving these portions for customer who are specific about their medium to rare bite.
A number of top chefs have gone on to say that when a steak is well done, a good amount of the meats flavor is killed, hence the pan frying technique of placing the thicker outer layer of fat coating the meat pan first and pressing down as the heat brings out the hidden flavor of the steak.
A well done order does also tend to take longer to prepare, which is something to keep in mind when sitting down. On the other hand each degree of rare requires minimal time and calls upon the chef to apply his or her skill more when prepping the steak, to avoid over cooking.
HOW TO WEAR YOUR CAB BEANIE
The tartan patch with MAMAGASEHOME script logo embroidery should always be on the preferred left or right side of your head, however, keep in mind to not have the patch all the way parallel. A good part of the patch should be visible form the front, someone facing you head-on should be able to appreciate the detail. A good way of measuring if you have just enough of it showing for front view, is if the those facing you can just about start to read the script logo embroidery.
Lastly remember to tilt the Cab Beanie slightly, with the on one side touching your ear and on the other side not, from the front the, beanie should just about be touching the eyebrow to the side where the beanie is touching your ear.
WINE AND SNACK PAIRING ?
Wine is best enjoyed with company, pairing a good snack or appetizer with that bottle and conversation, come Friday evening.
Potato cakes made out of spinach, garlic and herb
Pair well with a glass of Merlot and can be something new to add to your wine snacking list along with famous all time favorites such as cheese, olives and garlic bread also not forgetting dark chocolate, even hot wings or a bowl of shrimp with a lemon and butter sauce dip on the side or ... See well the point being made here is, that their is no “perfect” wine snack list, as taste is subjective. It is all about what you enjoy and looking to experiment with.