Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Classic combinations versus non-traditional pairings at Let’s Eat TV

When it comes to the "epicurious," some things just go well together and are even considered basic in Pinoy setting: adobo and rice, siopao and mami, salt and balut.

In this week’s episode of “Let’s Eat,” show hosts Stephanie Zubiri-Crespi and Spanky Enriquez feature with zest the perfect pairing of something more sublime, that is food and fine spirit. Catering to those with discriminating preferences, the show will have everyone raising a toast for good food, good times.

“Some things are really just made for each other, epicurean soul mates that the universe brings together in that perfect bite and sip. There is nothing more amazing when things go from delicious to divine because of that perfect marriage between food and beverage,” noted Stephanie
 
They recommend several stops to get your fill, including The Bottle Shop with Jim Araneta, touted as the ultimate tour guide into the crafty world of brews; and Nobu, which has gained renowned for Chef William Mahi’s fusion of Japanese and Peruvian cuisine, many of which go well with drinking. And have you heard of The Tasting Room? It’s where you take a date when you want to impress.  

To tap, er, top it all up, learn from Romy Sia the non-traditional approach towine pairing.

Enter the world of hundreds of best crafts from all over the globe. Get to know prestigious bottles of wine from the world’s finest chateaus and vineyards. Behold platters of hand rolledmakis, expertly sliced sashimi, lots of wonderful pretty bites Take a sip, look at the spread, raise a glass, then say, “Let’s eat!”


“Let’s Eat” airs Wednesday, 8pm on The Lifestyle Network Channel with replays on Thursdays, 11:30am, on the same channel.

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