Late summer is the peak harvest time for most garden vegetables, including the many varieties of eggplant. That translates into an abundant crop and lower prices at the farmer's market and grocery store. Eggplant is one of those vegetables that is often passed over due to not knowing how to cook eggplant and not understanding the different varieties or uses of this versatile vegetable.
But today I found a recipe that is well thought out. It is a slow cooker slow cooker beef and potato curry recipes for brownies, and it capitalizes on the tendency to retain moisture by creating a formula for oohey-gooey brownies. But these brownies are referred to as triple chocolate, meaning that they have actual baking chocolate in them rather than cocoa. That is going to produce moist brownies however you do it.
Let's start by quoting the marketing materials. "Tasting Note: (includes 10% merlot, 3% petit verdot and 1% cabernet franc): Glass-staining ruby. Aromas of cherry compote, boysenberry and pipe tobacco, with subtle smoke and cracked pepper accents. Lush and creamy in texture, offering hefty dark fruit flavors that are sharpened by a spicy beef curry nuance. Finishes smooth and long, with soft tannins adding gentle grip. This wine drinks very well now after a brief decanting. Score - 90. (Josh Raynolds, International Wine Cellar, July, 2012). And now for my review.
Tomorrow night, 12/9, come out to Rockfish Seafood Grille at SouthPoint mall in Durham, NC to taste the Lagunitas Little Sumpin' Wild Ale for only $2 and you get to keep the glass! Every Thursday Rockfish features a craft slow cooker beef curry beer on tap and provides everyone who buys a glass one to keep. This is one of the cheapest glass nights in all of the Triangle! General Manager Michael Hayek wants to share his love of craft beer (and also wine) so he's made sure to keep this glass night super-affordable! This week, the Lagunitas Little Sumpin' Wild Ale comes in a really cool mason jar (see photo). For only $2 you get a glass of beer and the mason jar!
With the shiny side down I place them beef curry caribbean the middle of a piece of foil with about 6 inches of extra at each end. I pick up the sides, even them up and make about a 1/2 in. fold and crease it. Then I continue to fold it until I get it tight against the ribs.
Final verdict. I would definitely buy this wine again. This really struck me as somewhat of a bargain. If you're a big fan of Cabernet Sauvignon, you might take it up a notch with Nederburg's Manor House line. I prefer staying in their bargain price range but trying another grape.