Wine Pronunciation

Wine Pronunciation Guide Published byCoastalLiving.com Here’s a phonetic breakdown of popular wines, grapes, and wine terms so you can chat up the Sommelier [sum-muhl-YAY] next time you’re out for a nice dinner. And for me, sometimes I just don’t pronounce my wine correctly. Like Pinot Gris..it comes out like noir…wrong! Armagnanc [ahr-mahn-YAK] Barbera [bar-BEH-rah] Beaujolais [boh-zhuh-LAY] Bordeaux [bohr-DOH] Brut [BROOT] Cabernet Franc [KA-behr-nay FRAHN (FRAHNGH)] Cabernet Sauvignon [ka-behr-NAY so vihn-YOHN (soh-vee-NYAWN)] Chablis [sha-BLEE; shah-BLEE] Chardonnay [shar-dn-AY; … Read more

Cooking with Beer

The art of cooking with beer is challenging, however the essential principles are with a culinary craft boils down to a balance of sweetness and dryness of hops. ( a factor of malt and the residue of sugars). Beer can contribute richness-even sweetness and body-to sauces. Beware of the hops. They will change in nature in the cooking process, particularly when reducing sauces, and take on a bitter character that will dominate. One has to be … Read more

My Pie Passion

My pie passion and purpose is about making a difference, this is what M.A.D. means. I do this by promoting, connecting people and then supporting a cause like Food Banks – “Feeding the hungry one pie at a time.” I consider myself a Serial Entrepreneur, Social Media Evangelist, Author, Blogger, a wonderful friend who is supportive, I champion paying it forward. Love meeting and helping people. Recently, I changed my life forever by marrying my soul … Read more

Strawberry Crush

I recently started to do some experimenting with new recipes again, sometimes, this could be dangerous only because I usually end up with a great pie and new discovery. From there my beta testers sample it and let me know what they think of it. the newest is what I call “Strawberry Crush.” It’s just that simple, made with Strawberries. Last week I had someone ask me if I make Rhubarb & Strawberry pie. I would … Read more

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