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Recipes

Recipes

The sparkling life encompasses the whole table, not just the glass, and we believe the right food paired with the right wine makes both better. Explore some of our culinary experts’ favorite wine-loving recipes that will make your occasion sing.

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Bitter Orange Crème Brûlée

The simple addition of orange zest adds a delightful dimension to this French classic, with subtle, tangy citrus notes enhancing the creamy-sweet custard. Home cooks who don’t have a chef’s blowtorch can easily use their broiler to caramelize the sugar topping. But remember to leave the oven door slightly open and keep watch. A golden sugar crust can quickly turn black if left too long under the flame.

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Truffle Popcorn

Mixing truffles with your popcorn is a little like drinking étoile Brut at a baseball game. Delightfully original and perfectly delicious.

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Classic Eggs Benedict

James Bond fans will know that Eggs Benedict is one of 007's favorite breakfast dishes (the other is scrambled eggs).

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Toast Points

Toast points are an elegant and simple addition to serving cheese and pates at any gathering. Amazingly, they taste delicious even on their own!

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Prawn and Bacon Brochetas

Ham, bacon and pork, or carnitas, are staple meats throughout the Mediterranean. This pairing of prawns and bacon is extremely popular in tapas bars and ideal for an intimate gathering of friends.

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Pa Amb Oil

One of the easiest types of tapas, Pa amb oli means "bread with olive oil" in Majorcan. This simple snack can be served at breakfast, as a snack, or with lunch or dinner.

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Spicy Sausage and Cheese Tortilla

In Spanish cooking, a tortilla is a flat omelet cut into wedges and served for lunch or dinner, often with a fresh tomato and basil salad. The addition of chorizo and cheese lend it a savory, rich flavor.

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Spanish Stuffed Tomatoes

In this recipe, the tomatoes are used as a container for a savory Spanish stuffing. Aioli is a type of garlic mayonnaise. If you don't like garlic, use plain mayonnaise instead.

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French Leek Tart

On Sunday mornings in Paris, the open-air market begins at 7 a.m. If you've been up late the night before, you may miss the best fruits, vegetables and cheeses. But no one ever seems to run out of leeks. This slender-stalked cousin of the onion looks picturesque peeking out of the top of a shopping basket, and makes a delicious tart filling for a late-morning brunch.

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Oysters on the Half Shell with Mustard Tarragon Mignonette and Roasted Grapes

Oysters are a bold and stylish way to kick off a weekend brunch. Serve them on the half shell with a garnish of lemon wedges.

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