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Dinner Ideas for Valentine’s Day at Home

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BB_ValentinesBabysitters are expensive. So are restaurants. If you want to treat your sweetheart to the fine quality of dining out (and get credit for slaving over a meal), Bottle & Bone has you covered with our pre-made dinner for two. Throw our steaks on the grill, and we’ve already taken care of the sides and dessert.

Valentine’s Day Dinner for Two.:
Two Bacon-wrapped Filets
Potato Gratin
Green Beans
Bacon Praline Bread Pudding

Add a bacon or cheese board appetizer for only $10. We even deliver for a small fee, as well.

Enjoy more time together, and less time wondering what happened to the waiter.

Wine Recommendation: Domaine Pichot Vouvray

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picjumbo.com_HNCK8318As the season starts to change, and the weather gets cooler, I love to drink slightly meatier whites to help me mentally adjust to the imminent colder winter. I am naturally a fan of summer more so than the cold of winter, but I do love when the seasons start to change. One of the reasons is the heartier food and wine that begins to take a much more prominent place in my diet.

One of my favorites is the Domaine Pichot Vouvray. This Chenin Blanc has a little more weight to it than some of its new world counterparts yet remains very balanced with the acidity you expect from wines in this region. The initial toasted and bready notes on the nose remind me of fall, but the crispness of the lemons and gala apple round out the nose well to let you know it is not quite cold enough to bust out the fur coats.

The creaminess on the palate make this Vouvray a wonderful option with a bone-in pork chop and tomato chutney or with a warm bowl of gumbo.

3 Things To Know about Our Pork

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Farm.All of the pork we provide at Bottle & Bone comes from the Fatback Pig Project, a collective dedicated to supporting and sustaining small hog farms in Alabama. Here are a few things to know about them:

1. All of the hogs in the Fatback Pig Project are “all natural, raised humanely and processed as close to the farm as possible,” providing ethical and responsible products to market.

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