Back in the 1980s, before the celebrity-TV-chef boom took hold, the late Paul Prudhomme was about as famous as a chef could get. It was then that he invented his famous blackened fish, —- a dish that became wildly popular, in his New Orleans restaurant called K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen.
Alois Lageder produces some of Alto Adige’s most ravishing wines, and has done so since 1823. You might not think of Pinot Grigio as “ravishing,” but many from Alto Adige are outstanding – in my opinion, some of Italy’s very best.
On Thursday, September 1st beginning at 7:30 pm, Manoli's will team up with Scott Cunningham, sommelier and owner of Bottleneck Wine and Spirits, for a special wine pairing dinner showcasing some of Bottleneck's boutique small-batch wines. The tentative menu and wine pairings are as follows:
On Sunday, Sept. 18, Fratelli Ristorante in Sandy will host a "locals only" wine pairing dinner featuring wines from two locally owned (Utah) wineries: IG (Iron Gate) and Kiler Grove, along with locally produced menu items. Seatings are available from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm.
I really love the stir-fry Japanese noodle dish called yakisoba. The recipe I share with you here contains beef, but you could easily adjust the recipe to substitute chicken, pork, veggies, tofu, or just cook it up without a main protein.