teacher: you can do better
Wow… you do not fuck around when it comes to wine. I’m super impressed.
I have my B.A. in Geography and a major part of our department centered around wine. We had Geog. of Wine, wine pairing, wine tasting, and other various wine courses. Ohio actually has a decent sized wine industry. There is this awesome winery outside Kent that makes the best desert wine ever…it’s a red infused with chocolate and they did a very good job.
It really depends on the exact meal, but with spicy foods general rule of thumb is to stick with sweeter wines, mostly white wines. A Riesling is pretty standard, but basically stay away from your oaky, dryer whites (Chardonnay). If you like reds though, still stick with sweeter. Plenty of Spanish, French, and German wines that would fit the bill. Merlot, Cab Sav, and Shiraz should be avoided. Not sure how a Malbec would do. But dry reds often ruin the taste of spicy food. Sangria would probably pair well. I’m no expert though, so I would suggest going to a wine shop and asking their opinion.
I WILL TEACH YOU!!!!!
And yes, we can geek out about all things CLE and be besties and listen to all the gay shit on blast and be super nerds and explore the city.
OH SO IM NOT ENOUGH FOR YOU WOW I THOUGHT WE HAD SOMETHING SPECIAL WOW OK I GOT YOU I GOT YOU GURL
Yair, time to take you meds. You’re getting a little loopy. Besides, you are very mean, especially tonight. Your boy is trying to take care of his mom and you are acting like a child. Contain thyself.
No, not at all, I hate it.
Just kidding! Oh, Dionysus, almighty god, please forgive me. I was just trying to be a smart ass. I did not mean to slight you.