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Great Global Main Courses

Each of these delicious recipes from F&W's Grace Parisi goes well with wine, cocktails or beer—making for a sublime pairing free-for-all.
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Recipes & Pairings

Winter Vegetable Chili

Winter Vegetable Chili

Wine: Syrah
Cocktail: Sangria
Beer: Dark Ale

Herb-Broiled Fish with Lemon Aioli

Herb-Broiled Fish with Lemon Aioli

Wine: Sauvignon Blanc
Cocktail: Gin & Tonic
Beer: Pilsner

Farfalle with Spicy Sausage and Butternut Squash

Farfalle with Spicy Sausage and Butternut Squash

Wine: Rosé/Sparkling Rosé
Cocktail: Sazerac
Beer: Lambic

Pork Tenderloin Smothered in Onion and Mustard

Wine: Gewürztraminer
Cocktail: Shandy
Beer: Amber Ale

Citrusy Mojito Chicken

Wine: Albariño
Cocktail: Mojito
Beer: Hefeweizen

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Published February 2010
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