News this week from the world of wine and drink includes the faith that the Irish are showing by investing in fine wines and thus ditching the confidence once held in buying stocks. The art to pouring the perfect glass of Champagne is looked at and equated to that of pouring beer and the Moldovan wine market takes a huge hit as Russia bans their produce. Read on for more news.
Archive for August, 2010
Enjoying good food doesn’t have to mean being chained to the kitchen for hours on end or spending a fortune in fancy restaurants. French goat’s cheeses are the perfect ingredient for a wide variety of quick and easy recipes that can be shared with family and friends or be devoured on your own.
Crottin is a small barrel-shaped French cheese with a smooth texture and can range from smooth and creamy to dry and crumbly. If you need a dish to tempt even the fussiest of eaters, try this linguini with Crottin, cherry tomatoes, fresh basil and garlic. Prepared in a matter of minutes, this pasta dish will put a smile on everyone’s faces.
It will be a hit with kids big and small and the fact that it is rich in goodness makes it even better too.