Pairing Wine and Food by Linda Johnson-Bell
A Handbook for All Cuisines

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Matching the right wine to any dish can be the ultimate dining puzzle. Pairing Wine and Food, with its comprehensive, ready-reference lists of foods and their complementary wines, will show you how. With hundreds of international dishes listed, and a wealth of wines that go with them best, the book also covers how and why foods and wines taste as they do, and how those tastes blend. This fully revised book takes the original 1999 edition and updates it for today’s vibrant international culinary atmosphere. This edition reflects the wider range of wines popular now, from South America, Australia/New Zealand and elsewhere, as well as cuisines such as Thai and Indian that are commonplace for food enthusiasts today. Also featured are famous contemporary chefs speaking about wine and food pairings.
 

About Linda Johnson-Bell

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LINDA JOHNSON-BELL is an active wine journalist and panel judge in England and France and is the former editor-in-chief of Vintage International Magazine. She is a former winner of the Prix Louis Marinier, Bordeaux, for her wine writing. An American by birth, she has lived in England since 1991.
 
Published May 15, 2012 by Burford Books. 192 pages
Genres: Cooking. Non-fiction

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