My daughter asked me tonight what wine would go with teryaki chicken (she's planning a dinner for a new boy toy, um friend). My first thought was something white, crisp and acidic - possibly a New Zealand or Oz (Nepenthe) Sauvignon Blanc, or a similar styled Chenin. But then I started thinking maybe a bone dry Riesling. Any other ideas?
This is kind of neat - my daughter has always referrred to wine as 'rotten grape juice' but she has started tasting some of them and likes some of the whites she's sampled. And then, recently, for my birthday she surprised me with a bottle of Chimney Rock Cabernet Sauvignon (one I had professed liking, so she did have a clue to work with).
If God didn't want me to eat animals, why did He make them out of meat?