It’s that time of year again when we are opening a rosé almost every day. And to get a jump start on all of the bottles we needed to taste and tell you about we held our annual Rosé on Rose Street. The plan was to invite wine friends – consumers and industry – and taste through 17 bottles. Then Mark said I was crazy to open that many in one night and suggested 8. We settled on 12 rosey rosés and it was the perfect number.
These Sweet Peppers Stuffed with Shrimp Salsa is one of the easiest, simplest, most colorful make ahead appetizer I have ever done. I made these for our Rosé on Rose Street tasting. Follow the link for some great rosé pairing. It was a hot day so I was serving cold appetizers. I also had to take notes on a dozen or so wines before my guests arrived so I need something I could make the day before and assemble the day off. These Sweet Peppers Stuffed with Shrimp Salsa used three ingredients.
We made these Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs recently for our Rosé on Rose Street tasting. Follow the link for some great rosé pairing. It was hot and we were feeding 15 so we needed a make ahead, serve cold, little bundle of protein. I have always loved deviled eggs. Mark has not. Whenever I have suggested bringing them to a party he has always said “Noone wants deviled eggs.” Turns out it is just Mark who does not want deviled eggs. Correction – didn’t… didn’t want deviled eggs.
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