Make the most out of the last Summer harvests with this tasty recipe from kitchenwlittleb.Take advantage of all the peaches out there! A slightly less conventional way to consume the stone fruits is to roast them until they're soft and juicy. Topped with a reduced balsamic vinegar and sprinkled with fresh tarragon and chives, this is a great side dish or ice cream topping for a sweet and savory dessert!
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A few notes on the rather unwieldy name: Domäne Wachau is located in Wachau, a wine-growing region whose steep and rocky terraced land is ideal for the cultivation of Grüner Veltliner grapes. Federspiel denotes the must weight, or sugar percentage of the grapes upon harvest, and indicates a wine with low to moderate alcohol (11 to 12.5 percent) and a dry to off-dry finish. Lastly, Terrassen simply indicates that the grapes were grown on terraced land, which generally produces wines with subtle minerality, thanks to the rocky soil.
Luckily, the anticipation was well-warranted. I loved this Gruner's perfume of crisp Fall fruit and grass, as well as its minerality; the slight effervescence made the wine remarkably sippable. I wasn't the only taster coming back for seconds: one taster even proclaimed the vintage to be her "favorite thing ever." The verdict? A resounding win with great value.
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Bean dips and hummus, served with crunchy chips and crackers, are always a welcome appetizer for parties, barbecues, and hangouts in general. Making and serving the dip couldn't be easier; simply whip all the ingredients together in a food processor for a few minutes, scoop the purée into a bowl, and watch as hungry wolves devour it in roughly the same amount of time it took to make. Chickpeas aren't the only bean you can use in bean dips. Here are six dips with beans like edamame, black beans, and cannellini beans worthy of trying out at your next group gathering.
White Bean Dip
Red Pepper and White Bean Dip
Spinach and Cannellini Bean Dip
Black Bean Dip
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