Cayman Island Cooking

Featuring the cuisine of Chef Niven Patel

 


« Prev Next » 5 of 9
2nd Course - Salad

While salad can be a tough match for many wines, this combination of sweet organic beets, tangy goat cheese and robust red spinach in a very light Cayman citrus vinaigrette proved quite wine friendly.
 
Both the Planeta and the Loimer worked surprisingly well here, with the Loimer playing off the tangy goat cheese and the sweet, earthy nature of the beets serving as a firm counterpoint to the ripe fruits of the Planeta.

Mentioned in this article

Comments

  • Snooth User: amour
    Hand of Snooth
    218530 1,748

    Terrific!

    Nov 22, 2012 at 3:10 PM


  • Snooth User: bobcrosby
    1171235 11

    Fantastic post on the food of Cayman island! I had have never an idea that those food, which was mine favorite ones were available at destination where I am flying next month, I have heard that some of <a href="http://www.yabsta.ky/searchresults/1/restaurants"><b>cayman restaurants</b></a> also offer rooms to stay, can you list of them?

    Dec 28, 2012 at 5:35 AM


  • I was on a long trip with my family to the Cayman Islands. I wanted to explore the city in my own way so I decided to rent a car; to my surprise we got the car at very affordable rent. I enjoyed the Cayman bars as well as my kids and wife enjoyed the most delicious food there. For more information you can visit http://www.yabsta.ky/searchresults/...

    Apr 12, 2013 at 4:06 AM


Add a Comment

Search Articles


Best Wine Deals

See More Deals »

Daily Wine WisdomMore Wine Tips








Snooth Media Network