The Wine Lover's Cookbook
Great Meals for the Perfect Glass of Wine
By Sid Goldstein
Photographs by Paul Franz-Moore
Foreword by John Ash
8-1/4 x 9 in; 224 pp ; 45 color photos
A glass of wine can be delicious, but when it is paired with the right dish, it can resonate in a magnificent way. This gorgeous cookbook lets any cook plan a meal in perfect concert with a favorite or special wine. Mystified by the art of choosing a wine to go with your meal, or vice versa? Is white wine with fish the only rule you know? The Wine Lovers Cookbook is a unique guide for the wine lover and cook who considers wine an essential part of a meal and wants to understand the dynamic interplay between wine and food. Author Sid Goldstein describes in detail the flavor profiles of 13 popular varietals, such as Merlot and Chardonnay, and explains which ingredients balance each wine, giving the reader a professionals foundation for planning meals with each kind of wine. Best of all, he offers 100 recipes, from appetizers to desserts, specifically created to complement a particular varietal. The Wine Lovers Cookbook is a truly essential reference, an irresistibly beautiful cookbook, and an inspiration for all who want to make the most of an excellent glass of wine.
Sid Goldstein is a writer specializing in food and wine and is also the co-author of From the Earth to the Table, which won the Book of the Year at the IACP's Julia Child Cookbook Awards. He lives in the Bay Area of Northern California.
Paul Franz-Moore is a San Francisco-based still-life photographer specializing in food.
John Ash is the coauthor of From the Earth to the Table. He lives in Northern California.
Finally, a book that puts wine in its rightful place at the table as a food in itself, and an equal partner to the food on the plate! Rosina Tinari Wilson, Senior Editor, Wine X Magazine