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Recipes Featuring Sherry

  • Sherry Egg Nog
    2 teaspoons sugar 1 fresh egg 2 wine glasses of sherry 1/2 glass cracked ice 1/2 glass milk
  • Sherry Flip
    1 pint cream 2 dozen almonds 3 glasses sherry Juice of 2 lemons Sugar to taste
  • Lobster Meat, Sherry Flavor
    Lobster Paprika Salt Butter Sherry wine Cream Yolk of egg Puree of pimiento
  • Cream Sherry Sauce
    3 tablespoons butter 1/3 cup sugar 2 egg yolks 2/3 cup cream 3 tablespoons sherry few grains salt
  • Sherry Jellied Consomme
    2 tablespoons gelatine 1/2 cup cold water 3 cups seasoned consomme 1/2 teaspoon lemon juice 1/4 cup sherry wine Minced parsley
  • Deviled Crab Meat with Sherry
    1 cup flaked crab meat 1/4 cup chopped canned mushrooms 1 cup medium sauce, made with stock 2 egg yolks 2 tablespoons sherry wine 1 teaspoon minced parsley Salt and pepper Buttered crumbs or ch
  • Veal Kidneys and Mushrooms with Sherry Wine
    6 veal kidneys 1/2 pound mushrooms Salt and pepper 1/2 cup butter Chopped shallots 1 cup sherry wine Chopped chives
  • Sherry Cobbler
    Ice 1 jigger sherry 1/2 jigger syrup 1 lemon peel Fruit
  • Lobster a la Newburg
    1 boiled lobster, or 1 can lobster 2 Tbsps butter Pinch of salt Pinch of cayenne 1 wine-glass Sherry 1 cup cream 3 egg yolks
  • Stuffed Eggplants
    3 Tbsps butter, melted 3 small eggplants 1/2 cup bread crumbs 1 1/2 cup stock 1/2 cup chicken or veal, cooked and chopped 1 egg, well beaten 1/2 cup white wine 1 Tbsp flour Buttered crumbs Sa

About Sherry

  • Sherry can vary in terms of dry/sweet and having nutty flavors or citrus flavors
  • Sherry has a complex and nutty flavor that adds excitement to any saute or soup
  • Cooking sherry is different from sherry in that it has salt added
  • Sherry has an excellent shelf life because it is fortified
  • Sherry is often used to saute and make sauces
  • Sherry works well with chicken, beef, and seafood
  • Sherry is fortified wine which means a neutral spirit has been added to create a higher alcohol content and last longer
  • The popularity of Sherry as a drink in the USA has dropped significantly since the 1970's
  • Shakespeare consumed sherry in large quantities and made reference to the drink in his writing
  • Sherry was exported from southern Spain to France, England and exploded with the discovery of America
  • Production of wine in the Jerez region survived Moorish invasion and eventually took on the Moorish name for the region: "Sherish"
  • The origin of sherry traces back to the Phoenicians who brought the Palomino grape to southern Spain
  • Sherry originated in a region of southern Spain known as Jerez-Xérès-Sherry
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