Cookbook author David Rosengarten pairs a terrific recipe and a tasty wine for every night of the week, from Italian sausage heroes with Cabernet on Monday to Cuban beef stew with Barbera on Sunday.

By Food & Wine
October 01, 2003


Italian Sausage Heroes with Peppers and Onions
Arugula salad with Parmesan
1999 Cathedral Cellar Cabernet Sauvignon ($13)


Lemony Tuna and White Bean Antipasto Salad
Crusty French bread
2002 Aveleda Trajadura Vinho Verde ($8)


Crisp Indian-Spiced Chicken with Raita
Sautéed spinach and warm nan
2001 Schloss Saarstein Serriger Kabinett Riesling ($19)


Latin-Spiced Rib Eye with Sautéed Onions and Cilantro
Crispy fried potatoes
1999 Mirassou Merlot Harvest Reserve ($18)


Korean Barbecued Pork
Steamed white rice or white sticky rice
2001 Amberley Estate Shiraz ($19)


Broiled Bacon-Basted Salmon with Mushroom-Oyster Sauce
Olive-oil mashed potatoes and sautéed kale
2000 Highfield Estate Pinot Noir ($32)


Ropa Vieja with Capers
Steamed white rice and black or pinto beans
2001 Prunotto Fiulot Barbera d'Asti ($12)

David Rosengarten's new cookbook, out this month, is It's All American Food.