Η μικροσκοπική Ιταλία, που σε έκταση έχει μόλις το 60% του μεγέθους της Γαλλίας, και τα 3/4 του μεγέθους της Καλιφόρνια, είναι κάτι παραπάνω από επιτυχημένη στην παραγωγή κρασιού. Για πολλά χρόνια, η Ιταλία είναι ο πρωτοπόρος στον κόσμο στην παραγωγή κρασιού-(η Ιταλία ή η Γαλλία καταλαμβάνουν πάντα είτε την πρώτη είτε τη δεύτερη…
Vietnamese-style tamarind crab (cua rang me in Vietnamese) is an incredibly simple, yet absolutely mouth-watering dish. The real key to making this dish successfully is to have the freshest crab you can get. The roughly cracked pieces of crab are stir fried in a sweet and sour tamarind sauce. The sauce is made of tamarind, chili, Thai basil and garlic. The Thai basil imparts an intense fragrance to the sauce, and by extension, to the crab.We eat this dish family style. No pretense here. Just get a large platter, fill it with the tamarind crab and put it in the middle of your dinner table. We don\
wine-searcher.com / Barbarossa Wine
Barbarossa is a grape variety found in parts of mainland Italy and on the French island of Corsica. Traditionally found in the vineyards of Liguria, it is now found in the Emilia-Romagna region, where it makes medium-bodied, fruity red wines, but most often appears as rosé or grappa.
The grape shows considerable regional variation, and many researchers have suggested that the name has in fact been given to a host of unrelated grape varieties, a theory that is yet to be proved through DNA analysis. The name Barbarossa, which means «red beard» in Italian, could be in reference to a bearded Roman emperor who was a frequent visitor to Emilia-Romagna, or to a similarly russet-haired Turkish conqueror named Barbe-Russe.
In Corsica, the variety is known as Barberoux, and is sometimes produced as a white wine. In Provence, Barbarossa is used as a table grape.
Synonyms include: Barberoux, Malaga Rose, Grec Rouge.
Food matches for Barberossa include:
- Smoked cheese (white)
- Pan-fried crab with tamarind sauce (rosé)
- Pizza Margherita (red)