The best food and wine pairings with cured meat

Find the best food and wine pairings with all of cured meat recipes.

The best appellations to pair with cured meat

The wines that pair with cured meat

About Cured Meat

A simmer is a dish that is cooked or boiled very slowly. The term "braised" is also used. It is true that any meat can be slow-cooked, but some are much better simmered. This is the case with tougher meats, from more muscular and sinewy parts of the animal. With beef, for example, with the chuck, legs or shoulder, sometimes even the belly. In pork, with a pork roast, more particularly, the pork plowshare roast, taken from the animal's loin, a very solicited and therefore very filamentous region. We can also add to this list the osso buco and the shanks.

Food and Wine Pairings with Cured Meat Dishes

Food and Wine Pairing News

A perfect pairing: Madhu’s masala lamb

With culinary inspiration dating back to 1935, our restaurant brand Madhu’s specialises in South Asian cuisine with an East African influence. It’s thanks to the secret recipes handed down across eight decades that we have become caterers for royalty, dignitaries and Asian weddings – and that our original Southall location has been named Best Indian Restaurant multiple times by Pat Chapman’s Cobra Good Curry Guide. Over the past few years I’ve been working on creative combinations to find the pe ...

Decanter magazine latest issue: July 2022

Inside the Decanter magazine July 2022 issue: FEATURES Fuller-bodied rosés: proud to be pink, Elizabeth Gabay MW Can rosé wines really age?, Elizabeth Gabay MW 10 reasons to drink English sparkling wine, Susy Atkins Decanter guide to picnicking for wine lovers, Chris Losh Piedmont Nebbiolo guide: the latest releases, Aldo Fiordelli Winemaker profile: Sam Kaplan, Jonathan Cristaldi in Napa Valley LEARNING Wine wisdom: Expert tips to help you on your journey through wine Read the new issue in full ...

Column: Christmas Day drinks – a ‘real-world’ guide

Christmas, famously, is not about religion any more. But as a Decanter reader, you’ll also know that it’s not about giving, family or food either. No, it’s about drink. The one time of year when we get to open the good stuff without anyone questioning what we’re doing. And of course, there’s no shortage of advice as to what form those bottles should take. Every year, hacks in newspapers, magazines and websites tell us how to make the big day go with a bang. But these don’t correspond with the re ...