Glazed red wine chorizo bites are coated in a glistening honey and red wine sauce to be one of the most tantalizing appetizers you will devour this holiday season.
You say Alsace and the first thing that comes to our minds are white wines. However, winemakers of the French region are beginning to really tout their red Pinot Noir bottles and we are so glad they are.
Celebrate fall and the 300th anniversary of Chianti Classico wine with these bottles.
Let these tender lamb bites with a creamy feta and thyme sauce melt in your mouth. Make ahead of time and have the perfect party appetizer ready to be served with a bottle of red wine
Red cabbage, cucumber, pear, and mint are blended for a sweet and refreshing smoothie perfect anytime of the day.
Cool days with warm sunshine and crisp leaves deserve to be paired with wines as versatile and variable as the season’s autumn weather. Check out these red wines that are light enough for a warm fall day, but have enough body to be served with heartier dishes.
Red Pepper Pistou Pasta is a unique mix. Pistou, a French twist on Italian Pesto, still has the fresh flavor that you expect with a traditional Pesto.
Try this Mediterranean bell pepper side dish that has all the flavors and colors of a Sicilian summer.
Make a finger-lickin’ good red wine barbecue sauce to slather over your grilled ribs and then easily serve the same wine with the smoky meal.
Celebrate the Fourth of July in simple, refreshing style. Check out these desserts or snacks that decked out in red, white, and blueberries for a festive bite.
Marinated and grilled tri-tip steak is a perfectly delicious and affordable cut of meat to throw on the grill this summer. Serve with a juicy mango and red pepper salsa for a refreshing meal.
A rich and creamy milkshake inspired by Red Velvet Oreo Cookies.
Smashed red potatoes with a feta sour cream are a perfect appetizer that is easy to create, but has addictive flavor.
Make a traditional tortilla española as a hearty meal loaded with potatoes and eggs and serve with a flavorful roasted red pepper sauce.
Our resolutions are still in effect and Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Try this nutritiously rosy beetroot chocolate cake that is perfectly sweet and soft.
Semolina bread is stacked with buffalo mozzarella, crisp radicchio, olive oil, and red onion from Tropea to make a panino with flavors of southern Italy.
A hearty shrimp soup is loaded with warm nutrients from red potatoes and turnip greens. Delicious and rejuvenating all in one bowl.
Crispy tofu is served with a tangy rice vinegar red onion salad. A truly refreshing and beautiful side dish.
In just thirty minutes, have a delicious packed lunch, vegetarian taco filling, or salad topping of potato salad packed with vegetables and flavorful spices.
Chipotle lime potatoes and chicken is not only a fresh, flavorful meal that is perfect for a new year reset, but it can be easily packed as a lunch to go.
Sliced red potatoes are smothered in a rich white cheddar sauce and baked with a crispy buttery topping. A perfect holiday side dish that everyone will love.
Choosing wines for your holiday gathering doesn’t have to be complicated. We chose two categories of red wines to feature, Zinfandels and Sagrantinos Di Montefalco, to keep this simple, but still perfectly paired.
Situated in Miami Beach, Red restaurant serves exquisite steaks, shareable bar bites, interesting cocktails and has an extensive wine list.
A simple eggplant side dish can be made flavorful in just a few ingredients, including Japanese red miso paste and sake.
If you have a busy week ahead, but need good food to fuel your days, try buttered red curry shrimp over rice, noodles or on their own. It can be done in minutes.
With bold color and flavor, this roasted beet hummus is a winner. The sweet, tangy, salty, nutty, and garlic flavors merge into a delectable dip that’s almost too good to be true.
Tart and sweet, this ruby-colored treat is an easy-to-make, undeniable stunner.
Golden, oven roasted potatoes become tender and flavorful when baked with spices and then served at breakfast or as a dinner side with a smokey chipotle adobo sauce.
Homemade red enchilada sauce is so simple to make and comes with bolder flavors than you can find in a can. Serve with a variety of dishes, not just enchiladas.
Go above and beyond this Forth of July by trying one of these red, white and blue sweets. The decadent treats are delicious works of art.
Crispy chicken is baked in a creamy coconut milk sauce with a touch of spicy red curry, and all with only five ingredients needed.
A delicious finishing touch for ice cream, poundcake, fresh fruit, or a rich chocolate dessert, this red wine caramel is reduces to pure sticky delight.
Wine-spiked ice cream sits between salted chocolate chip cookies for the perfect cool dose of chocolate and wine to satisfy a sweet tooth.
A style of red Creole jambalaya with deep flavors from tomatoes and smoked paprika that will leave your home smelling wonderful.
Think of this recipe as your introduction to the wonderful world of moles. Drizzle it over chicken, with a stuffed poblano, or simply with eggs or beans.
Smooth tomato soup gets a rich addition of roasted red peppers and holds its place as a weeknight recipe that takes little time to create.
Add rich, roasted peppers and chili flakes to your standard hummus for great new color and a delicious tasting appetizer.
Try a new squash this season like the vibrant kuri. This dish has a nice combination of textures from the squash, sausage pieces and confetti like rice.
This is a sassy comfort food with a healthy dose of red wine in it, just to elevate that chocolate flavor.
Chitranna is a South Indian lemon peanut rice and tart currants add a burst of tartness. With plain yogurt, this is a magical summer picnic food.
This simple red cabbage sauerkraut is made directly in the jar. Add juniper berries and caraways seeds for a delicious new level.
With their tart flavor, currants work beautifully in meat sauces and in sweet cakes. Cook them with sugar to make a compote filling for layered pastries.
Spruce up your hummus recipe with the fresh flavor of roasted red peppers. This is a no fuss recipe that is sure to bring you to your happy place.
Enjoy of a bowl of warm, red rice with tomatoes, sprinkled with pistachios and avocado for color. Simplicity at its best, every bite is hearty and earthy.
A beautiful spring soup that can be a simple dessert. Serve with yogurt, whipped cream, or vanilla ice cream. Save the leftovers for an eye-popping dessert topping.
This quinoa has it all. Cherry tomatoes, apples, cannelloni beans, and fresh radishes with a dijon dressing. Add herbed sausage and this salad can easily become a main.
Pork sausages and potatoes slow simmered in a chicken-and-beer broth. Talk about the luck o’ the Irish!
Enjoy the vibrant colors and the wonderful taste of this red beet and ginger purée, courtesy of Mardi from Brookyn Fork and Spoon.
A slight twist to a classic curry, that is bright and attractive at first glance, sweet to taste from the fruit with warm undertones from the whole spices.
This soup is so comforting, smooth and creamy, with just a hint of heat.
Enjoy this thai red curry recipe from Priya Mahadevan. An awesome and simple dish for a slow weekday night.
Enjoy this awesome video from Indie Wineries.
This chutney needs no coconut and that in itself makes it super quick to make. The level of spice can be adjusted to taste, of course.
Ruby red trout fillets marinated in pomegranate juice and cooked on a skillet with their marinade.