(Yes, I realize this sounds like food blasphemy) Surf and Turf is one of those classic dishes on almost every white tablecloth restaurant menu (and some not so fancy ones too). Don’t get me wrong- lobster is mouth-wateringly delicious, and a good steak cooked properly is divine! So how can I profess my hatred for two delicious items that most people would kill to be served? It is the sheer panic and inability to choose my wine to drink with this dish that gets me every time!
Wine lists are funny things. They can be daunting to the non-wine connoisseur to read and understand if they are long and not well laid out. My top 5 spots to enjoy wine don’t include the longest, most prestigious lists in town. My criteria for choosing the restaurants below focus on the restaurants’ thoughtfulness, diversity, and how well the wine matches their menu. And, while my article might be focused on wine, the food at every one of these spots is amazing too! Wine lis
Every Italian Nonna has their “sugo” or sauce recipe. They are all slightly different, and their children and grandchildren all grew up eating it- there is no Nonna that makes the same sauce. That is why learning my Nonna’s recipe was so important to me. It was a hard feat. Believe me, my Nonna doesn’t give away many secrets. After being told how to do it a few times and not getting it quite right, I decided to go over for a visit and watch my Nonna make her sauce. Voila! I
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