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Food And Wine

It seems like food and wine are intimately paired together. Everywhere we turn they are linked. Magazines, social media and our dinner menu purport their union.

If you’re to believe what “everyone” says food and wine go together like peas and carrots. They should be a match made in heaven, right? Are you taking away from your foodie experience by not pairing wine and food together?

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Is Anything Missing?

Are you missing out on anything by taking away the food and wine experience? Are you harming yourself due to the increased alcohol content in wine now? Annie explores the history behind the pairing and whether you can replicate that relationship in a different way.

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