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Wine Pairings for Tempura Battered Asparagus

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WINE PAIRINGS FOR TEMPURA BATTERED ASPARAGUS as recommended by Karen Bonarrigo Asparagus is traditionally classified as one of the most difficult vegetables to pair with wine due to its extreme vegetal components Asparagus in the springtime cannot be beat in terms of freshness and tenderness White asparagus has more mellow flavors compared to its green […]

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Tempura Battered Asparagus Recipe

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  Print Tempura Battered Asparagus With A Soy Solera Sherry Dipping Sauce Ingredients Tempura batter 1 cup All-purpose flour 1 egg 1 cup ice water 1 tsp baking powder 2 Tbsp corn starch Pinch of salt Soy sherry vinaigrette 1 cup soy sauce 1 cup Messina Hof Solera Sherry Wine 1 tbsp ginger 1 tbsp […]

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April Gardening Tips

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Tips for your Garden in April as recommended by Mike Vidrine, Brazos Valley Gardener, Orchardist and Apiarist April can be a real transition month for the garden.  The longer, warmer days are causing the cool season crops to complete their life cycle and at the same time are encouraging the warm season crops to faster […]

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Wine Pairing for Roast Beets with Goat Cheese

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WINE PAIRINGS FOR ROAST BEETS WITH GOAT CHEESE as recommended by Karen Bonarrigo Beets are rustic root vegetables with spectacularly beautiful colors hidden inside that speak to this vegetable’s complexity Beets are ideal as we inch closer to summertime, and they are great additions to provide a pop of color and flavor to salads Raw […]

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Roast Beets with Goat Cheese Recipe

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  Print Roast Beets with Goat Cheese Ingredients 2 pounds fresh beets 1 cup Olive oil Salt and pepper to taste 1 cup goat cheese crumbles 6-8 fresh sprigs of thyme Instructions Take half the oil and tossed rinsed whole beets in the oil Salt and pepper liberally Roast at 350 degrees till a paring […]

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March Gardening Tips

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Tips for your Garden in March as recommended by Mike Vidrine, Brazos Valley Gardener, Orchardist and Apiarist It’s March in the Brazos valley and despite the cold weather blowing through on occasion, our brief Spring is pretty much here to be quickly followed by the long hot summer. The vegetable garden is yielding the last […]

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Wilted Spinach and Mushrooms with Bacon

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Print Wilted Spinach and Mushrooms with Bacon Ingredients 1 cup bacon cut into juliennes ½ yellow onion sliced thin ½ pound favorite mushrooms sliced 1 pound Spinach washed well 1 cups chicken stock ½ cup MH unoaked chardonnay Salt and pepper to taste Instructions Render the bacon till crisp Add the sliced onion and mushrooms […]

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February Gardening Tips

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Tips for your Garden in February as recommended by Charla Anthony February gardens and landscapes are showing the effects of recent sub-freezing weather. Plant damage may vary depending on garden location and exposure as well as soil moisture at the time of the freeze. Perhaps harvesting is slowed now to only some leafy greens or […]

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January Gardening Tips

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Tips for your Garden in January as recommended by Charla Anthony January – who knew, there is so much going on in the garden and landscape this month? Get ready, get set, go plant! Wow, loads of edibles can be planted and there are trees to prune, too. The mostly leafless winter landscape is opportunity […]

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