If you’re looking for suggestions for the perfect music to accompany your meal, look no further. Dining with Friends or Romantic Dates: Music and Food Pairings is a blog about just that.
We’re here to help you make your next event a smashing success by providing you with the best music to pair with whatever you’re serving. We’ve got a range of genres to choose from and plenty of tips on how to get the best pairing.
No matter what your taste in music is, you will find something here that works perfectly for Dining with Friends or Romantic Dates. There are many places to eat and drink, but few are as memorable as a meal with friends.
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If you are looking for the perfect music to accompany any meal, then you should check out this blog. It features some of the most innovative musicians of our time and offers their albums as inspiration for your next meal.
“Fried Chicken” is the perfect song for dinner on a warm summer night. We should all be so lucky to have friends like these.
So goes the first salvo in Music and Food Pairings, a Tumblr blog that pairs music with food recommendations and recipes. According to its “About” page, the blog was created by “a former restauranteur [sic] who likes to listen to music while cooking.” So far, it has posted 30 recipes and music pairings.
Among them is this glorious pairing: “Dancing In The Dark,” by Bruce Springsteen, which is perfect for “enjoying your company with a glass of wine at the end of a long day.” Or: “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” by The Rolling Stones, which is perfect for some eggs Benedict (or just watching TV).
I love music, you love music, we all love music. But I also love food. Have you ever wondered what music pairs with what food?
I sure have. And I know that sometimes I get stuck listening to my usual go-to playlist on repeat while cooking dinner. But life is too short to listen to the same songs every night!
I know you’re thinking “who cares, I just want to eat” but trust me! You’re missing out by not exploring the world of pairing music and food together. But don’t worry, this blog will help you make sure that never happens again.
Music and Food Pairings is a blog about the best musical choices for every type of cuisine. It doesn’t matter if you are eating Italian or Chinese: we got you covered. It doesn’t matter if you like pop, jazz or rock: we got you covered. It doesn’t matter if you are looking for something new or a new way to listen to your favorite band: we got you covered!
Every week we will be posting a new article pairing food with music in a way that feels natural and fits the mood of the meal. We want our readers to feel inspired
There’s nothing quite like sharing a meal with friends, family or that special someone. It’s even better when you have the right music to go along with it. Music and food go together like peanut butter and jelly. As the saying goes, “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach,” but I believe that music is the way to everyone’s heart.
I’ll be sharing with you some of my favorite music and food pairings. When I say “pairings,” I mean more than just what type of music would go well with what type of food. It’s about what kind of mood you’re in and how you want the experience to feel. It’s about finding the perfect song for every moment and every dish.
What is it about music and food that makes them seem so perfect together? The two are inextricably linked in our minds. We cook to music, we eat to music, we dance after eating, we tell stories about food, and when we do these things, we often talk about the music that was playing.
Music and food came of age together. The earliest evidence of music being played dates back to the Stone Age, around 35000 BC. The first cooking pots appeared soon after, around 30000 BC. In other words, humans have been playing music and cooking for roughly the same length of time.
Since then food has become a staple of modern music culture: there are countless songs about food; many composers have written pieces inspired by their favourite dishes; and countless chefs have created dishes based on their favourite songs. Indeed there’s even a name for this phenomenon: gastronomic soundscapes.
So what is it that makes us pair the two? Is it just an excuse to enjoy both at the same time? Or is there something deeper going on? Perhaps they’re linked by our basic need for survival. After all, both are essential to life: without food we die; without music life would be duller than death. And if
If you love music, chances are you enjoy sharing what you’re listening to with others. You probably have your go-to songs for different occasions: the tracks that get you pumped up at the gym, the ones that you listen to when you’re doing homework, and the ones that make your long commutes (or runs) a little more bearable.
Dinner parties are another occasion when music is expected. But if you want to play something beyond the typical jazz standards, it’s not always easy to find something both accessible and interesting.
That’s why we’ve teamed up with Pandora, virtually the only streaming service that makes it easy to find great new artists and create stations based on your preferences, to offer four playlists designed for different meals and moods.