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Rich and salty elements meet their match in these wines

Pork, greens and beans make tasty companions as each one complements the others. In this version, salty ham flavors the earthy lacinato kale as the starchy limas work backup. The combo is good alone and better with a fried egg on top. For a refreshing match, you'll want a wine that cuts through...
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