Why, Red wine goes well with far more dishes than just red meat. I'll not be cutting my consumption of red meat, but will continue to enjoy red wine with such things as chicken, turkey, pork, grilled veggies, hearty fish dishes (think grilled tuna, shark, etc). In fact, I enjoy my red wine paired with nothing more than red wine!
Once ... in the wilds of Afghanistan, I lost my corkscrew, and we were forced to live on nothing but food and water for days. - W. C. Fields
Red wine with red wine. Mmmmmm, a perfect pairing. That's what I'm thinking of having tonight.
This "mad cow hypothesis" presumes that we'll be reactive enough to reduce our beef consumption. I won't be doing that. In fact, I'll be taking advantage of any price dips to stock my freezer with great steaks and properly lean burger.
Even if I were to cut back on eating crazy cow, I would replace it with other red meats... lamb, buffalo, etc. Plus as mentioned above Depending on the preparation.. Chicken, pork, duck, turkey.... All can be fantastic with the red wine.
Chocolate, IMO, is best left to Port. Dry reds and chocolate do nothing for me.
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