It doesn't have to be Thanksgiving to give thanks over a delicious roast bird! Celebrate any special occasion with this tasty spread, including delicious Roast Veggies and a fresh Garden Salad.
Deliciously crispy skin and moist meat make this simple roast chicken recipe a great centerpiece at your dinner table. This bird is the word.
Let the oven do all the work to roast and caramelize your favorite veggies. Savory herbs round out this simple dinner time side.
All the veggies you need in one bowl, this salad recipe is packed with fresh leafy greens and multiple sources of protein. Great as a healthy lunch or as a side to your main course!
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If you prefer red wine then a light spicy Pinot Noir will pair perfectly with the subtle chicken flavor. If you want to drink white wine, a buttery chardonnay will complement the chicken perfectly!
Red: Typical rule is red meats red wine, white meats white wine. Can always play around with these and have fun. But keep the red light so it doesn't overpower the chicken.
White: Chardonnay that has spent a few months in new French oak is always great with a roast chicken. This creates a heavier richer dish. So don't hesitate to pair it with a Chardonnay like a Chablis that has had very little to no time in oak.
Chickens are the closest living relative of the Tyrannosaurus Rex.
Chardonnay is closely related to Pinot Noir, as it is a mix of Pinot and another grape. Many parts of the world that are known for one variety tend to produce the other!