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Rodney Strong, Chardonnay "Chalk Hill," Sonoma County, 2005, $20
I love to entertain casually during the summer, but every so often I get the urge to have a dinner party — nothing over the top, just a sit-down meal at our dining table.
When the other half of Two's Company reaches for the salt shaker as he's about to taste one of my dishes, I admit to getting a little irritated. How can anyone know how much salt food requires before tasting it?