Rich, textured and medium to full-bodied, with ample black cherry, olive tapenade and subtle meatiness
. This traditional effort stays pure and lively, with fine tannin emerging on the finish.
The judge, Llanfair PG butcher Tom Hughes, singled the 27kg pair out not just as a perfect match but also for their meatiness
I ordered escargots, partly to freak out my friend, who is squeamish in such matters, and partly because I love the meatiness
and garlicky thrum of a good snail.
The Marquette from there has more of a Syrah-like feel: a meatiness
Choose varieties with strong flavor, good acidity, and meatiness
. Other tomatoes that are not canning varieties may not preserve as well because they lack the characteristics that allow canning tomatoes to hold their texture and flavor through processing.
The true monsters of the garden, the meatiness
of these cultivars screams sauce, with the advantage of typically intense, delicious flavors.
Puffed pork crackling is a delicious but quite complicated way to garnish a pork dish so swap it for a pack of good old pork scratchings, which add the same texture and meatiness
It's certainly a rockier record than its predecessor, but I'm not convinced that it's a better one, with some tracks sacrificing melody for metal meatiness
. If you think the Foo Fighters are the band Nirvana could have been, then this is for you.
Should it be toasty around the edges but still retain its chewy meatiness
, or is it preferable to char it to a crunchy crisp?
The wine's tannins are softened by the meatiness
of the squab, while the sour cherries match those in the glass.
Makes me think a little of domestic Syrah, maybe Paso Robles or somewhere like that, but I don't get any peppery-spice or savory meatiness
. The cocoa maybe points to Merlot.
You sense the meatiness
of the steering and the gutsiness of the diesel engine and realise that this is a vehicle you'll be able to rely on, a car that'll work with you, even in a tight spot.
Because of the olive's size, it has been called prune or donkey olive, and has become a popular cultivar in the past 35 years-grown for its novelty as well as its meatiness
Petroni 2012 Pinot Noir (Russian River Valley; $34) Lovely savory notes of leather, tea leaf, and Syrah-like meatiness
accent the bold, dark fruit and sweet raspberry finish.
returned with a chuck of audaciously rare Muscovy duck seasoned with lavender and served with crisp heritage carrot, golden raisins to add sweetness and a rich gravy.