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RE: drinking cellar mistakes - 1/12/2018 9:13:09 AM   


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ORIGINAL: CranBurgundy


ORIGINAL: jmcmchi


some *gasp* common sense entering my decision making

Is that something to do with being hit over the head by a bored wife?

The evil eye works just as well. Plus realizing that spending stupidly lessens the amount of funds for the really good bottles.


ORIGINAL: barolo300

I cook with these... often improves the dish and my cellar!

Yeah, baby!

Beef stew is soooo much better after marinating the cubes in some unwanted Bourgogne or Cab.

See now, I had a coq au vin at Daniel Boulud's restaurant in New York last year, and I was sure it had been braised in a slightly oaky, OLD red wine. I thought to myself at the time OH! He's got a case of amazing but sadly over the hill bordeaux that he didn't know what to do with so they jazzed up the coq au vin with it! Brilliant -- lucky us.

Had the same dish there recently, and it was great but clearly made with a different gravy.

(in reply to CranBurgundy)
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