Reserve Pinot Noir

Salmon Poached in Cinnamon Butter with Cedar-planked Porcini
January 21, 2015
Don’t be alarmed. The one pound of butter will not be ingested. It’s for poaching. Butter poaching results in a rich, buttery, moist, tender piece of fish. The recipe is from Gabriel Rucker of Le Pigeon restaurant in Portland. It was published in Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs All-Star Cookbook. — Mia Stainsby What to pair with it: Keep it simple and tasty - northwest salmon and northwest pinot noir.— Anthony Gismondi Blue Mountain Pinot Noir Reserve 2011, Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, $36; winery direct and private wine shops http://www.vancouversun.com/life/Wine+Match+Salmon+Poached+Cinnamon+Butter+with+Cedar+planked+Porcini/10343310/story.html

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