If pairing with citrus flavors you might want to consider a nice Riesling as well.
Like a savant, he navigates us through a tasting of three French beers, finished off by a pairing with 18-month-old comté cheese.
That pairing is perhaps the clearest sign yet that this is no ordinary cause to him.
One signal was the 2011 show at Helly Nahmad, New York pairing Soutine and Bacon and curated by Maurice Tuchman and Esti Dunow.
“Beauty and the Beast” pairing: Pungency is contrasted with sweetness to accentuate the taste spectrum.
Mr. Joy has recorded that of caterpillars, resulting from a pairing induced in captivity, in August, eighty per cent.
But wait for the pairing; and the extravagant becomes reasonable.
He only comes when we have a roast of thrushes, or some such small matter, at table: and this is not the season; they are pairing.
Now, I beseech you, do tell me, have you ever attended to their pairing and breeding?
The pairing, with the creatures placed end to end, lasts nearly an hour.
mid-13c., "two of a kind coupled in use," from Old French paire "pair, couple," and directly from Medieval Latin paria "equals," neuter plural of Latin par (genitive paris) "a pair, counterpart, equal," noun use of par (adj.) "equal, equal-sized, well-matched" (see par (n.)). Originally of things. Of persons from late 14c. Meaning "a woman's breasts" is attested from 1922. Pair bond (v.) is first attested 1940, in reference to birds mating.
"to come together with another; be mated or married" (intransitive), also "to make a pair by matching" (transitive), c.1600, from pair (n.). These senses now often are distinguished by pair off (c.1803) for the former and pair up (1908) for the latter. Related: Paired; pairing.
A woman's breasts •Regarded as offensive by many women (1922+)