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Why Did I Buy Red Wine For Cooking?

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Good grief,

I am one of the millions of individuals driven to buy things I

don't want and can't use by attractive advertising and product display.

I've got "sucker" written all over me. This is how I came home with a bottle of

wine. And my hubby doesn't drink.

I need suggestions. I now own a bottle of red wine for cooking...

:D:P:lol::):rolleyes:

Unless I can pour it over rice krispy treats (which recently has become the outer

limits of my cooking skills), I don't know what the hel* to do with it. <_<

If no one has any suggestions, I'll just pay shipping and handling

and mail it to Collette. :ph34r::lol: (kidding deary)

Hugs. -Julie

(To those of you who have been here long enough to remember when I had some

skills in the kitchen, God Bless you. Let's keep the memory alive) :rolleyes:


Loves of my life: God, my hubby, and my baby boy!

"I will never give up on my dreams; I will simply modify my path for reaching them." (JH-me).

"Life's a dance you learn as you go, sometimes you lead, sometimes you follow"

(John Michael Montgomery).

"I'm gonna be somebody, one of these days I'm gonna break these chains" (Travis Tritt).

"Life is better left to chance. I could have missed the pain, but I'd have had to miss the dance."

(Garth Brooks).

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Beef Stew with Wine for the crockpot.

1 lb. cubed stew meat, browned in a skillet on slightly high heat, in batches if necessary, don't let the residue on the bottom burn, we'll use it

2 onions, chopped

4 carrots, chopped

4 potatoes, cubed

28 oz. can crushed tomatoes

1/2 c. red wine, something that you'd like to drink

1 pkg. onion soup mix

1 c. water or broth-I put the water in the skillet that I browned the meat in and deglaze the pan with it, then pour all those beefy juices into the crockpot

2 tsp. salt

3/4 tsp. pepper

3 Tb. cornstarch (I omit this and the water)

1/4 c. water

There may be an order to putting the ingredients in but I've long since forgotten. Probably the order in which they've been written. Put everything in the crockpot and cook on low 9-10 hrs. Add the cornstarch and water at the end to thicken it if you want. Also I might not have added the salt and pepper to the dish but used it to season the meat before browning. It's such an easy recipe that I just wrote down the ingredients not the prep details. I used to make it alot in the fall and winter.

I also have an oven beef stew recipe that's good too but just a little different from this. It's easy prep and can be left unattended but takes 4 hours to cook. Let me know and I'll post if if you'd like.

You can use the wine in salad dressing too.


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Son: ADHD '06,

neg. CELIAC PANEL 5/07

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Oh excellent, please keep the recipes coming! When I get out of the hospital next week, it will give me something to keep my mind busy!

Hugs. :) -Julie


Loves of my life: God, my hubby, and my baby boy!

"I will never give up on my dreams; I will simply modify my path for reaching them." (JH-me).

"Life's a dance you learn as you go, sometimes you lead, sometimes you follow"

(John Michael Montgomery).

"I'm gonna be somebody, one of these days I'm gonna break these chains" (Travis Tritt).

"Life is better left to chance. I could have missed the pain, but I'd have had to miss the dance."

(Garth Brooks).

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Add to tomato sauces.

Use as base for salad dressings/pasta dressings.

Put a little in with boiled potatoes to make them pink :)


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You may want to just save it. It's nice to have a cool looking bottle around. Plus, sooner or later you'll have guests you could offer some to.

best regards, lm


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blood, urine, stool tests, prometheus panel
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I use wine in my spaghetti sauce roasts and stews. I don't drink either. About a half a cup or so. Taste the richness. Try a dry red wine for beef. For pork, chicken or turkey use white.

Oli

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