Something to celebrate: Champagne takes the pressure off food-pairing.
Try pairing a smoky Tempranillo with the hearty heat of this easy-to-make vegetable dish.
The nutty flavors and chewy textures of whole grains are not only good for you, they pair wonderfully with wines of diverse origins.
These authentic recipes each require only three ingredients beyond pasta, olive oil, salt and pepper, but still burst with flavor.
This pleasantly sour, fragrant apple-pear hybrid is the perfect tart to whip up as you transition into spring.
Nicole Hayes, pastry chef at San Francisco’s Foreign Cinema, serves up this decadent dish for your special date night.
These restaurant couples found romance in the kitchen. Now they dish on their favorite pairings.
Transform your leftovers into these five luscious post-Turkey Day dishes.
These fiendish food ideas make for the perfect Halloween meal.