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June 24, 2009


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LI dry roses are also quite versatile with food. I've enjoyed them with salads, burgers, chicken, pork, pizza..

Dan: Funny you mention that. Was just talking with David Page (co-owner) on Twitter. He said they just had some with spicy grilled chicken. And I told him that we had it with grilled pork tenderloin and asparagus.

This is one of the bolder roses (usually is). It can stand up to grilled fare better than some.

Coincidentally we were drinking the Rose' last night also. Paired nicely with a cannellini bean, fresh yellow and green zucchini, and roasted beet salad with a lemon anchovy vinaigrette.

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