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Celebrate Chinese New Year with Sensual Dishes & Silk Wine
Friends, Wine and Songs.

Friends, Wine and Songs.

One of our favorite ways to make a long day’s “to do list” disappear in the bat of an eye is to unwind by blending fun friends, great ...

Ordering In? 3 Wine & Chinese Food Pairings

Ordering In? 3 Wine & Chinese Food Pairings

Spicy, salty, sweet: Now that's one sassy threesome that will certainly satisfy your senses in multiple ways. The complex flavor profiles of ...

Staying in? Skip the Flix and Try Out These Winter Date Ideas 

Staying in? Skip the Flix and Try Out These Winter Date Ideas 

Flix and Chill? Nah, you’ve got better things to do.  We’re not knocking this Saturday staple, but sometimes it’s fun to venture o ...

Celebrate Chinese New Year with Sensual Dishes & Silk Wine

2017 is the Year of the Fire Rooster, and there’s no better way to fire up your date this Chinese New Year than by expressing your soft, sensual side in tandem with your thrill-seeking alter ego. The rooster year is one of awakening, so why not awaken your lust for tantalizing tastes with a Asian recipe, perfectly balanced by smooth, delicate Ménage à Trois Silk? The combination of bold flavors and Silk’s smooth, captivating aroma will leave your palette in perfect harmony—yin and yang.
 
If you’re looking to arouse the senses with a balance of flavors, try experimenting with one of the following dishes alongside Silk. While we can’t say for sure what the new year will bring, we can promise these palate-pleasing pairings are sure to exhilarate, stimulate and excite everyone you share them with.
 
Dumplings in Hot Sauce
This fire & spice timeless takeout dish can be dipped in an assortment of your favorite sauces on the side, from hot and spicy to sweet and sour, which complement Silk’s delicate flavors for the brilliant balance of smooth and spicy.

Spicy Hunan Beef
Red meat and red wine are always a prosperous pairing. Black peppercorns and red chile peppers give this dish the heat it needs to strike a balance with Silk.

Hot and Sour Noodles
Green and red chilies in this noodle-centric dish dance around Silk’s succulent flavors for an irresistible pairing.

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