Looking for a recipe to pair with your favorite wine? Look no further. Here is a selection of coach’s favorite recipes.

Seared Scallops and Wilted Greens

About this Wine Pairing Recipe Hearty scallops are seared in butter and oil and then served on a bed of shallots and wilted greens cooked with thick-cut bacon in this recipe from A Spicy Perspective. Best of all, you can prepare this flavorful and filling dish in...

Ham with Rum and Coke Glaze

About this Wine Pairing Recipe Artisan charcutiers are geniuses at curing pork, but in terms of the glaze they include for your ham, you may be better off making your own. Try this quick, delicious recipe. Ingredients ½ ham (6–8 pounds) 1 2-liter bottle of Coke,...

Shrimp Tapas

Part of the fun of having a tapas party is getting creative, so instead of a traditional shrimp cocktail, we decided to go in a different direction and make shrimp cocktail sliders. I love shrimp cocktails at parties,

Braised Chicken with Peppers

Wines made from Barbera are often medium-bodied, with firm acidity and flavors suggesting red cherries and spice. (Barrel-aged versions tend to be more full-bodied, as well as more expensive.) A great wine for pastas with meat- or tomato-based sauces, Barbera is also good with game and hard cheeses.

Roasted Pork with Sticky Mango Glaze

Barbera, originally an Italian variety, becomes rich and full-flavored under the generous California sun. It’s perfect for tangy, tropical flavors like the mango glaze on this pork loin.

Guide to Pairing Wine and Cheese

Guide to Pairing Wine and Cheese Please enjoy this illustrated guide. The information has been placed a grid for handy referral when you’re preparing your next cheese plate to pair with wine that matches your taste. I’ve also made some additional cheese suggestions...