Honey Salt

Elizabeth Blau and Kim Canteenwalla have the Summerlin celebration covered. Their intimate dinner features four courses of homey, earthy cuisine, including Périgord winter truffle risotto and a choice of wood oven-roasted Alaskan halibut or a surf and turf of braised beef short ribs and Maine lobster tail. Kiss your way into 2013 with New Year’s First Kiss, a dark chocolate and pink peppercorn bouchon with raspberry clafoutis.

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More Is More Do you play it safe when Indian is what’s for dinner, defaulting to a standby riesling, sparkling wine or beer, even if the list looks interesting? You’re not alone. Most people still find Indian cuisine intimidating because of how it combines spices such as curry, turmeric and cumin, says Mike Ryan, vice president of sales and marketing for frozen Indian cuisine brand Tandoor Chef. However, he assures, there are “fun ways” to explore Indian cuisine’s wine pairings possibilities.