LOS ANGELES, June 28, 2014- Need great 4th of July ideas? Well look no further as Duane Pemberton and Chef Mary Moran discuss delicious holiday foods and perfect wines to celebrate the 4th of July.
BBQ foods are often filled with rich savory fats and Duane explains how sparkling, drier wines and Champagnes can cut the fat and enhance your foods!
An interesting part of the show is that Chef Mary admits to getting headaches from Champagne – which Duane attributes to drinking sweet, and cheap, sparkling wines versus some of the better vineyards Duane introduces us to. You have to listen to the end to see how Mary fares!
Our hosts have tons of fun with exploding Champagne bottles and discussing the best way to create your perfect party, including tips on preparing foods ahead of time to make your time with guests away from the kitchen and enjoying the fruits of your labors.
We will be discussing creating the perfect July 4th menu of Baby back ribs, napa cabbage cashew coleslaw, fried onion rings, fried zucchini and surprise for dessert.
The broadcast goes live at 1:00pm but is available in archive.
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