If you are like me, you want to give cooking a break after a big feast. But you still need to eat. What to do?
Well, the good folks at Food & Wine have lots of tips and are here to help with this: How to Turn Snacks Into a Meal.
Be fancy or don’t. Avoid cooking. Hit those dips. And more. Chances are you have lots of bits and bobs of food lying around. That food can be your next dinner!
Here on the old blog, we like a good martini. Indeed, we have written often about that drink, as you can see. Many of those have been either classic or – dare I say – basic. Which is fine. Basic and classic are good. Fancy and new are also good. If you have a preference or are in the mood for that, I have three appealing martini offerings for you:
Whatever you prefer, fancy or basic, classic or new, I raise my glass to you. Cheers!
(P.S. Thanks to the good folks at Food and Wine for these recipes. If you want even more martinis, check out this article by them. The three you see are on a list of many more.)
Most of the time, I find that wine recommendations for Americans are useless for Canadians to adopt, because most of the wines recommended are not available in Canada. This list of wine recommendations is different: 50 Affordable Wines You Can Always Trust | Food & Wine.
A majority of the wines are available, at least in Ontario. And needless to say, the wines are good. If you are looking for some new wine ideas, check the list.