Discussion in 'Cooking in your Motorhome' started by Dawn B, Nov 6, 2013.
Is wine wasted in cooking ?
Personally I prefer to taste it from a glass
Only wasted in the food if there's none left in the bottle to drink :Wink:
Just wasted a glass full in spag bol
What! a whole glass
Got to put the blame for empty bottle somewhere
Like your thinking - to be safe you could have 2 bottles of the same wine, drink one and then drink what's left of the second :Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
Blimey not you two as well????
Wine in cooking is never wasted as long as there is plenty left!
Are we a nation of alcoholics? Most Europeans seem to think so.........:Rofl1:
Just made a batch of 22 litres, perhaps I should just stop decanting it into bottles
My mum thinks so, but then she is Dutch
Wine is never wasted when used cooking especially if you reduce it down, it will give a rich taste to any dish, then drink to rest of the bottle. :thumb:
Having read the posts on here I now realise why there is a worldwide shortage of Wine.:Rofl1::Rofl1:
Whats new about that?:Laughing:
Really OMG better get stocking up.
See the attached link:
It is a worrying situation
You're not kidding, France here we come ASAP, might have to take the trailer.:Rofl1:
Guess I'd better make some more
To save decent wine always include a good glug of decent red wine vinegar.
Or for a spag bol a dessertspoon of balsamic vinegar.
as well as a glug of red wine...
You mean 'glug' as in drink ?
Wouldn't dream of it :Rofl1:
I always cook with wine.
Sometimes I even put it in the food!
Slow roasted lamb shanks,not the same without a good glug of red,or of course spag bol.
Not the same without,tested first of course hic.:thumb:
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