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Recipes

Jalapeno, Avacado Bacon Berger, image by Lucas Zarebinski on Racel Ray site

Jalapeno, Avacado Bacon Berger, image by Lucas Zarebinski on Rachael Ray site

Jalapeno, Avocado and Bacon Burger: Who doesn’t love a big, juicy burger and a glass of red wine? This Jalapeno, Avocado and Bacon Burger recipe was published in Rachael Ray Magazine, though they give credit for the burger to Robert Del Grande, executive chef of RDG + Bar Annie restaurant in Houston (1800 Post Oak Blvd., 713-840-1111). This is a meal for a Texas-sized appetite:  it’s a half-pound patty packed with bacon and chiles, a huge helping of avocado-and-onion salad, and cheesy ranch sauce. Pair it with a glass (or two) of Roulé Rouge for a truly memorable burger experience. Rachael Ray recipe

 

from the Today Show

Beef Bourguignon with Carrots from the Today Show

Beef Bourguignon with Carrots: Eric Ripert, from New York’s famed restaurant Le Bernardin (155 W. 51st St, 212-554-1515), appeared on the Today Show and prepared this traditional French dish that’s a perfect winter-weather supper. He uses two bottles of red wine in this recipe; we suggest Roulé Rouge, of course. Though it’s “jacket required” at Le Bernardin, feel free to wear your comfy clothes while enjoying this delicious, comfortable meal at home. Eric Ripert’s recipe

 

 


Giada's Lasagna Rolls from the Food Network

Giada’s Lasagna Rolls: This is an inventive way to enjoy lasagna. Rather than making your lasagna the traditional way, why not try rolling the noodles instead? In addition to the (expected) marinara sauce, this recipe also includes spinach, proscuitto and bechamel sauce. Giada De Laurentiis, of the Food Network, knows Italian cuisine. If she’s never tried this dish with a glass of Roulé Rouge, she should! Giada’s Lasagna Roll Recipe

 

Whole Foods' Cocoa-Oat Truffles

Whole Foods' Cocoa-Oat Truffles

Cocoa-Oat Truffles from Whole Foods: If a red wine and chocolate pairing is on your mind, check out this recipe. With finely chopped pitted dates instead of refined sugar, these chocolately delights are health-conscious and delicious. Whole Foods even gives you the nutritional information for this recipe, so you’ll know just how many you should enjoy. Next time your sweet tooth starts to call out for chocolate, mix up a batch of these wonderful truffles, and don’t forget the Roulé Rouge. Cocoa-Oat Truffles Recipe


 

Portobellos Stuffed with Greens and Blue from Whole Foods

Portobellos Stuffed with Greens and Blue from Whole Foods

Portobellos Stuffed with Greens and Blue from Whole Foods: This is an appetizer that will satisfy your guests’ appetites.  The meaty portobello mushrooms and hearty greens make a wonderful showcase for rich, tangy blue cheese. All of this mouth-watering flavor will pair fabulously with Roulé Rouge. This dish also makes a very nice side dish, served with a fat, juicy steak. It’s also great with other vegetarian dishes that come together to make a complete vegetarian meal. Portobellos Stuffed with Green and Blue Recipe

 

Real Simple's Slow-Cooker Barbecue Pork Sandwiches

Real Simple's Slow-Cooker Barbecue Pork Sandwiches

Slow-Cooker Barbecue Pork Sandwiches: Your slow cooker will do (almost) all the work, but your friends and family will rave about this delicious pulled pork recipe from Real Simple magazine. You can make your own barbecue sauce, or use your favorite bottled sauce from Whole Foods. These sandwiches are sweet and tangy, and just beg to be enjoyed with a glass of Roulé Rouge. Let’s raise a glass to crock pot meals! Real Simple’s Slow-Cooker Barbecue Pork Sandwiches Recipe

 

Everyday Food's Rigatoni with Spiced Meat Sauce

Everyday Food's Rigatoni with Spiced Meat Sauce

Rigatoni with Spiced Meat Sauce: This is an every-day comfort food, with a twist. Originally published in Martha Stewart’s magazine Everyday Food in November of 2008, this classic pasta dish will surprise you with both its simplicity and its kick of unexpected flavors (think cinnamon). Serve this with a mixed greens salad, garlic bread, and a glass of Roulé Rouge for a nice, warm supper that will warm you from the inside out. Best of all, it’s ready in just 30 minutes. This is a great recipe for a busy weeknight, or a leisurely weekend. Everyday Food’s Rigatoni with Spiced Meat Sauce Recipe

Pioneer Woman's Steakhouse Pizza

Pioneer Woman's Steakhouse Pizza

Steakhouse Pizza: From the Pioneer Woman, this pizza is a good, hearty meal fit for the hungriest pizza lover you know. Take care not to cook the steak too long, so it will remain juicy and tender. This combination of juicy steak, balsamic red onions, marinara sauce and fresh mozzarella just screams for you to enjoy with wine…Roulé Rouge, to be specific. As the Pioneer Woman says about this recipe, “Hot Pizza + Warm Steak = TrueLuv4Evr.” Enjoy! Pioneer Woman’s Steakhouse Pizza Recipe