I have never understood this “food is fuel” concept that we only eat to generate fuel for our bodies…if that were true, would Burrata been created? Or perfect white truffle risotto? Or basil pesto? Or anything with bacon?
And, the idea that the marriage of food and wine came to be because water was undrinkable? I just can’t buy it. And when you have a perfect meal that celebrates the earth’s bounty, and how food and wine come together to enhance each other, you have to believe that there is much more in this world than water, brown rice and boiled chicken.
Such was a meal enjoyed last night at The Four Season’s at Las Colinas, Café on The Green. Visiting the hotel for this year’s TexSom Conference my sweetheart and I enjoyed one of our favorite recent meals with friends. This is this second time we have enjoyed Chef Katie Natale’s decidedly seasonal creations, and this time was a good as the last. Continue reading "What I’m Drinking Now: Seasonal Pairings with Cafe on the Green"2 Comments »