Cherish Every Connection With Chablis

Taking a sip from a crisp glass of Chablis always reminds me of long sun filled beach walks with the wind in your hair, and the excitement of potential new friendships and sparkling conversations.
With its lingering mineral, crisp, and elegant aftertaste, I decided to pair it, with not the traditional option of fish and chicken, but something more exciting and slightly different.
So for the perfect Spring dish to share with family and friends – why not try a Beet, Fennel and Blood Orange Salad ?
It’s easy to prepare and is the ideal dish for that special bright fun-filled Spring day.
The beet and fennel perfectly compliment its pebbly mineral notes, while the orange makes a lasting connection with its zingy acidic side.

How To Make.

Boil fresh beet for 10 minutes.

Peel and slice 2 blood oranges

Make a tasty dressing by adding olive oil, lemon juice, dijon mustard, and red wine vinegar.

Slice fennel and add some fresh flat parsley.

And Enjoy Connecting x

About Joanne

I am an Irish journalist who has worked for ten years in newspapers and magazines. I have recently moved to London and started this blog .
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24 Responses to Cherish Every Connection With Chablis

  1. Sofia says:

    Looks delicious but I think I’ll just go for the Chablis right now ;-)

  2. Bonnie says:

    Is it the weekend yet? :) This food looks delish!

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  3. Viki says:

    hmmm looks so yummy! :-)

    Viki

  4. Cee says:

    This salad looks absolutely delicious – I love beets and am always looking for new recipes to use them in. Thanks for sharing this one!
    xox,
    Cee

  5. Simone says:

    Thanks for sharing this recipe! Looks like something I will make myself very soon!

  6. Stoppit! It’s too early in the morning to be tempting me!

    Emma xo
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  7. Natalia says:

    Mmm, it looks so good! <3

    xox

  8. letizia says:

    it seems sooo good, plus I love dijon moustard!
    have a great day Joanne!

  9. This looks so delicious and I’m not only speaking about the Chablais. :)

  10. MosaMuse says:

    nice salad!
    xo
    MosaMuse

  11. little t says:

    Why not? I can’t think of one good reason. There is nothing like good fresh ingredients! And this sounds too easy for even me to mess up… (famous last words)…

  12. Yum! This sounds great!

    Xo,
    Angela
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  13. Leslie says:

    Nothing like a glass of white wine on a spring day! This salad looks wonderful and sooo healthy! I make one that’s similar -I add Marcona Almonds :)

    Thanks for stopping by today! Your blog is lovely and I’ll add you to my blog roll!

  14. Yummy post, darling!

    xoxox,
    CC

  15. Francesca R says:

    That would be the perfect meal and drink for tonight!!
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  16. Virginia says:

    Hi sweety.
    love your post! i will follow!

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  17. An says:

    looks delicious!! Love all the different color veggies <3 hautepinkpretty.com

  18. STACIE says:

    Looks so yummy. I’m now following you on bloglovin x

  19. Linda says:

    Mmmm, this looks so good! Making me hungry haha.
    Thanks for sharing :)

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  20. It looks pretty, colorful and tasty! Thanks for sharing!
    rolala loves

  21. Melody says:

    Yum! Looks good :D I’ve never had beets or fennel before >.> I think I might try this some time. Great post!

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