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Ingredients: Servings: 4Servings Size
Units: US | Metric 4 wild boar chops 3 meyer lemons, juiced 1 cup olive oil 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/4 cup fresh rosemary, chopped 1 tablespoon garlic, minced 1 teaspoon salt, kosher 1 teaspoon black pepper, fresh ground Directions: 1salt and pepper the chops.2place chops in roomy, non-metal container so each chop lays flat.3whisk all ingredients (sans chops) for marinade.4pour marinade over chops.5cover and refrigerate at least (4) hours, turning every hour or so.6prepare grill/fire for direct heat on hi.7sear chops on both side for 2 minutes.8turn heat down or place chops on cooler part of grill for remaining cooking.9Close lid and cook about (5) mins on each side for medium rare.
I decided to live on the edge a lil and picked up a couple of thick wild boar chops at the butcher shop yesterday.Living in a condo without a bbq I am limited in my options as far as cooking them is concerned.Any tips would be much appreciated
I already suggested you the one (remember : 9,49 $) but, for me, it's very very sweet. But it you think that the Gewurztraminer isn't enough sweet, I think you will appreciate the Monbazillac.
I didn't speak about the Sauternes because it's a wine of my region, and here, it's less expensive. On this site, I think that the price is very expensive. I suggest it now, because we spoke about this in my family and an half thinks that the Monbazillac is more sweet, and the other half thinks that it's the Sauternes which is more sweet !
If you choose to buy the Sauternes, just know that more " dark " it is, more sweet it is and older it is, more sweet it is. In my example, the wine to 47,60 $ will be more sweet. Me, for the same price, I prefer to drink Champagne.
Mélusine: Well I have just arrived home and of course the first thing I did was to unscrew the bottle HAHAHAHAHA.....I had a taste...I will admit it is very nice but I do like them a bit sweeter.....BUT...I will drink it and really enjoy it :)
thank you so much and because I also bought 6 other bottles I got it $1.20 cheaper :)
as we say in Australia....."Cheers" as we click glasses :)
Bernice: Oh great ! I think you won't be disappointed. My mother likes red and rosé wines and doesn't drink white wine, except this one she likes. My companion never drinks white wine, except wines from Alsace and he likes this one, and it's the same for me, so... And now, I feel like buying some....
Bernice: No, you can drink french wines with a correct price. You know, me, in France, I don't drink too much expensive wines and they are very good.
I promised you to give you my selection. That's done. I've looked at all the french wines and I've choosen good wines with correct prices (the prices I ususally pay), so I've eliminated the prices over 100 $. Anyway, when you pay these prices, you always drink a good wine !
RED : 6,65 $ http://danmurphys.com.au/product/DM_916014/paul-mas-cabernet-sauvignon Wine from the South West of France, not very well known, because it's not an AOC but I've already drunk it and it's good. You can be sure about the origin France because the area of the production is mentioned, see on the label : it's written : " indication géographique protégée " " pays d'oc " (it's the old french name). The taste : aroma with soft fruits (strawberry, cherry), rather sweet (like the wines from the South of France). Very good quality with regard to the price.
WHITE : 16,95 $ http://danmurphys.com.au/product/DM_901745/dopff-au-moulin-gewurztraminer Wine from Alsace, in the North East of France. It's an AOC. Wine very very sweet (because the grape harvest is very late, so the fruit gets more sugar) and mellow. You drink it very easily (too easily ! ) and it's very alcoholic, so ..... pay attention ! --> The taste : the rose, the litchi. I'm not fond of white wines but I must admit that this one is absolutely delicious. It's my favourite.
CHAMPAGNE : 36,90 $ http://danmurphys.com.au/product/DM_383979/champagne-duperrey-brut-ros This Champagne is rather sweet but too expensive for me, if we look at the quality. It's a " brut " which means " dry ". I think that the price is high because it's a rosé. French people don't drink many rosés (they prefer white Champagne) so it's more expensive.
About the ROSES : On the shop, there are good ones, but they aren't sweet, and you said that you prefer sweet, so I chose none in my selection. This shop is interesting, I think that there's a large variety. Only one bad thing : they sell Champagne on only 1 category : " brut " (dry) ; we don't find medium dry and soft ones. What a pity.
I hope that you'll drink one of these wines. Tell me if you do and give me your advice.
Bwild: I think it could be something that we rarely eat, as wild boar or pheasant. Many owners of wine castles, in my region, do hunting and they show their products during these days when they go hunting (hunting some wild boar essentially).
Bernice: I've looked at it. There's a large choice of wines, but the prices are ..... (too much high for me !). Example with the bottle that Bwild suggested : Château Cheval Blanc Saint-Émilion 1985 Here's your price : 349,99 $ see and here's the price in France : about 105 Euros (= 136 $) see and it's on the net (less expensive in a wine cellar). I look at them more and I give you my selection. Here, I drink fine wines but I go to buy it in little castles and there are very good wines, less known, so the prices are lower.