At Piedmont Grocery we are always happy to celebrate a culture with great food! We wish you all a fabulous time with friends and family. And to add to the celebratory air, here is a delicious recipe from one of our favorite local Mexican restaurants, Doña Tomás.
Rock Wall Winery
These 124 year-old-vines assert aromas and flavors of juicy blackberry pie, chocolate, pipe tobacco, black tea, raspberry, and a long spicy finish. Simply delicious.
They call it “big, bad-ass Zin” for a reason!
Makers of the amazing Croccantini: a uniquely crunchy and delicious cracker.
Sometimes a cracker can just be a cracker, so yummy that it does not need to be dipped, coated, or topped. La Panzanella’s Croccantini…serve them “as is” and let your guests just break them up.
As you are reading this, I am sitting on the white sand on a beach in Maui, maybe even with a cocktail in my hand.
In honor of my 40th (Really!?!) Birthday, my husband and I packed up the kids and flew to paradise. There’s really not much more to say about that. It’s pretty rough being here. There’s no laundry to do. No dishes. Food is only available at a number of fine dining establishments. Someone comes in and makes my bed for me. The alarm clock never goes off. I’m just not sure if I can take any more of this…Somehow I will try to carry on.
In the mean time, enjoy this island-inspired recipe from my classes with Tante Marie. I have used Tuna and Red Snapper for this recipe as well as Mahi Mahi. Swordfish and Chilean Sea Bass would also work well. Continue reading