Quesadilla and Grilled Pizza’s are abundant for this #SundaySupper with Katie Workman and Mom 100 Cookbook

Katie Workman Mom 100

Katie Workman
Mom 100 Cookbook

This Sunday Supper food bloggers across the nation are featuring recipes from  Katie Workman’s Mom 100 Cookbook.  Katie makes one thing clear, feeding our families doesn’t have to be stressful.  A wife and mother of two who worked in publishing for years; Katie shares the one hundred great tasting recipes that every mom  (and dad!) can  feel good about.

The Sunday Supper Group is honored to have Katie as our guest during our #SundaySupper live chat on Twitter at 7:00 pm est.  Join us and chat with Katie about spending time Around the Family Table.

Here are my wine selections for these delicious dishes and be sure to visit these food blogs and join us on Twitter because we will be giving away 3 copies of the Mom 100 Cookbook, you won’t want to miss out on that!

2008 Farrier “Hay Hook” Sauvignon Blanc, Alexander Valley, CA | Passion fruit and vanilla flavors with a lemony blast on the finish $18

Fresh Mozzarella Pasta Casserole by: Doggie at The Dinner Table
Grilled Breakfast Pizza & Sautéed Corn & Spinach Grilled Pizza by: Momma’s Meals
Grilled Roasted Honey Ginger Chicken by: Are you Hungry?
Thai Style Sesame Glass Noodle by: My Trials in the Kitchen
Sesame Noodles by: Cupcake and Kale Chips
Sesame Noodles with Shrimp and Vegetables by: Magnolia Days
Grilled Garlic Lemon Rosemary Chicken by: Pippi’s in the Kitchen Again

2009 Alexander Valley Vineyards, Mendocino County Gewürztraminer, Healdsburg, CA | Floral with hints of spice on the nose and a bit of sweetness on the finish; very refreshing. $28

Teriyaki Skewers by: Real Best Recipe
Japanese Restaurant Salad with Carrot-Ginger Dressing by: Shockingly Delicious
Rice Toppings of Garlic, Lemon, Rosemary Roasted Chicken with Summer Pineapple by: The Queen’s Notebook

2010 Cosentino Winery Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir, Healdsburg, CA | Floral aromas with jammy fruit flavors. A hint of smoke on the finish makes this a great pairing with these bacon dishes. $16

Pear, Goat cheese and Pancetta Grilled Pizza by: MamaMommyMom
Sauteed Corn, Spinach, Bacon and Scallions by: Mamas Blissful Bites
Skillet Spinach Corn with Edamane Cilantro & Bacon Bits by: Sue’s Nutrition Buzz
Sauteed Corn Spinach Bacon and Spinich by: That Skinny Chick Can Bake
Spicy Ranch Bacon & Avacado Quesadilla by: Daily Dish Recipes

2009 Alexander Valley Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon, Healdsburg, CA | A highly rated elegant Cabernet Sauvignon with black cherry and earthy aromas, perfect for lasagnas! $20

Lasagna with Turkey Meat Sauce by: GirliChef
Lasagna Parcels with Turkey Meat Sauce by: Small Wallet Big Appetite
Turkey Meat Sauce by: The Meltaways

Hahn Winery ‘GSM’ Red Wine Blend Central Coast, CA | A red wine blended from Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre offers flavors of black cherry with a bit of pepper.   $14

Carmelized Onion & Flank Steak Quesadilla by: In The Kitchen with KP
Pizza Quesadillas by:  Meal Planning Magic
Salsa Chicken Quesadilla with homemade cilantro chimichurrie by:Juanita’s Cocina
Arroz con Pollo Portuguese Style by: Family Foodie
Arroz con Pollo Puerto Rican Style by: Cooking by the seat of our pants
One-Pot Arroz con Pollo Cuban Style by: Comfy Cuisine
Beans and Cheese Quesadilla with Tomato Salad by: Basic n Delicious
Pulled Pork with Papa Mike’s Cole Slaw by: In the Kitchen with Audrey

Chef’s Choice | Here I suggest you drink what you like. Pick your favorite wine to go along with your favorite pizza toppings. Share with us your selections! My favorite toppings are Artichoke, Caramelized Onion with Feta Cheese. I would pair my pizza with a Syrah from Chatom Vineyards, Murphys CA.

 Individual Grilled Pizza by: Big Bears Wife

Paso Port ‘Tawny Port’  Paso Robles, CA | A delicious California port style wine. Silky and delicate, won’t over power your fine desserts. $38

Fudgy One Pot Brownies by: Mrs. Mama Hen
Simple Vanilla Cupcakes by: Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
Chocolate Peanut Butter Squares by: Chocolate Moosey
Butterscotch-Bacon Apple Cookies by: What Smells So Good?

Tell us what food and wine pairings you and your family are enjoying. Join in on Twitter at 7pm Eastern, follow the #SundaySupper hashtag and find photographs of all these lovely dishes on Pinterest! Cheers!


About Wine Everyday

Eileen Gross is a 1983 Graduate of Fordham University and retired Financial Professional and Founder of Phillips Charitable Foundation, Inc. Annapolis, Maryland. She is wine lover, traveler, and collector who shares her wine experiences with private wine tastings and on her blog “Wine Everyday." She is a member of the Society of Wine Educators, The Wine Century Club and a contributor the former 12Most.com.
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38 Responses to Quesadilla and Grilled Pizza’s are abundant for this #SundaySupper with Katie Workman and Mom 100 Cookbook

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  5. I will try and remember, but I fear I won’t—we are having a bevy of folk over for an Alsatian dinner. I will try though!

  6. Liz says:

    I know nothing about wines, so will come to you to check out your marvelous pairings! Thanks for doing this week after week!

  7. jamierippy says:

    Thanks so much for joining #SundaySupper and hooking us up with all of these great wine pairings!

    Jamie @ http://www.mamamommymom.com

  8. As a fellow wine enthusiast, I cannot tell you how happy I am to have found your site! 🙂 I will look forward to trying out some of your recommended pairings with #SundaySupper! I plan on making the Teriyaki Skewers again so I am going to grab a bottle of that 2009 Alexander Valley Vineyards wine

  9. Perfect pairing for my dish! Whenever I go to my local Thai restaurant, we bring a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc!

  10. Awesome job as always! I love finding new wines and having a knowledgeable source to recommend for me 🙂

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  12. mommasmeals says:

    I want to run out and get some now!! I really have to give Sauvignon Blanc a chance!

    • Mommas Meals:
      Some Sauvignon Blanc’s can taste like you just stirred your wine with the lawn mower’s blade. I’m not a fan of those SB. The Farrier is light, lemony & great for a hot day!

  13. YUM! I’ll get the book and bring your wine suggestions with me to Annapolis this afternoon!

    • Thanks Jen!
      If you can’t find these wines in Annapolis Wine Shops, we can meet up at Red Red Wine bar on Main Street and share a sip or two of these wines!

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  15. juanitascocina says:

    You have totally outdone yourself. I am learning so much for our wine gurus! Thank you so much for once again introducing me to a new wine!

    • Juanita,
      I’m always looking for new wines, I can’t drink the same thing all the time. I always suggest to folks who may be stuck in a wine-rut to go out an buy 3 wines you’ve never had and see if that doesn’t put some life back into your taste buds!

  16. girlichef says:

    Amazing suggestions – I’m always looking for a good recommendation. I can’t wait to use some of yours when I make more of these dishes in the future!

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  18. Patti says:

    Fabulous job Eileen! I love what you paired with my dish!

  19. What great wine pairing recommendations! I’m going to look for the Hahn GSM!

    • Thanks Martin, I think I still have my California trip fresh on my mind! With the menu consisting of so many fresh ingredients, California wines were in order.

  20. Great way to know a little more about wines!

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  26. Once again, you have outdone yourself. Love these pairings and it is always so much fun for me to try some of the great wine recommendations. Thank you for all that you do to make #SundaySupper a special event!

    • Sunday Supper pairings can be a challenge sometimes. It’s exactly like reading a menu and then deciding on which wines to choose. Reading wine lists is one of my favorite things to do!
      My ‘ah-ha moment’ in wine came when I was dining with friends, the wine list came and they all pointed to me! I can’t remember everything, but I can remember WINE!!
      Cheers Isabel ~ Happy Sunday Supper to you and your family!!

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  28. I so very much enjoy your wine pairing suggestions. I’m adding that Sauvignon Blanc to my wine shopping list for when I make the Sesame Noodles again.

    • That Farrier Sauvignon Blanc is poured at a local wine bar here in Annapolis ‘Red Red Wine Bar” it’s one of our favorites there. It’s in a flight called ‘Baby Got Blanc’ ~ how fun! I love tasting flights, I get to taste so many wines with out committing to an entire glass or bottle. Cheers Renee!

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