April 28, 2010

Food Pairing: Match Your Booze to Your Food

food_pairing.jpgA while back we got really into a couple new books we picked up on food and drink pairing, and we've really enjoyed how those books have broadened our horizons. If you're looking for a quick online tool that will get you to a similar place, check out Food Pairing - not only do they offer foods with flavor pairings, but you can do the same thing with various and sundry liquors.

From bourbon to tequila and various liquors in between, figure out what's going to taste best whether you're matching up food or trying to impress your friends with spectacular drinks. The American Bourbon chart above is a bit tough to see, but it offers some flavors we would have never thought of, including cinnamon, roses, and popcorn. The closer to the center, the better the pairing, so keep that in mind as you're using it, and go nuts! (Preferably roasted peanuts with bourbon, apparently).

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at April 28, 2010 11:47 PM
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