Friday, 7 February 2014

Food on Friday: Cooking with Wine

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Food on Friday: Cooking with Wine is collecting any sort of dish so long as wine is involved – wine in the broader sense including port, sherry, cognac or brandy – if it comes from a grape it qualifies.  And just for fun, let's include non-alcoholic grape based things like grape juice, wine vinegar and verjuice.

To add to the collection just pop your name and the name of the dish into the first Mr Linky box and paste the url for your post about it into the second box.

I know Mr Linky is a bit retro in that there are no thumbnails but I like it and make up for it by pinning the links to this Pinboard which makes it easy for you to check them out at a glance.

Disclaimer:  No responsibility taken for any alcohol ingested as a result of this party!

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33 comments:

  1. Great topic this week! Makes me want to cook with (and drink) more wine soon!

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  2. Thanks, Carole. Looking forward to what's posted!

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  3. I cheated and posted two! Yes, wine for all!

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  4. My winey post has to do with Boof Booganoon... because who wants to try spelling “Boeuf Bourguignon”?

    Enjoy.

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  5. Enjoy #14 Anna Sultana's Mulled Wine on Valentine's Day!
    It's similar to that enjoyed in one of my favourite scenes in the movie 'The Lion in Winter' - when King Henry ll and Alais were romping around in bed and sharing a hot cup of spiced wine.

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  6. hello! love cooking with wine! wine add such unique rich favor to any dish

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  7. Love the schedule you put together! Thanks Carole!

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  8. This is definitely a topic I can get behind! :)

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  9. Hi Carole....thanks for hosting and have a great day! :)

    Sandi @ a New York Foodie

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  10. Carole,
    I'm so down with the cooking with wine--even if I prefer to drink beer or hard cider! Luckily my spouse prefers wine, so there's usually some handy. I'm linking up a couple of vegetarian recipes--an appetizer (Skillet Mushroom Dip for Two), a soup (Sherried Black Bean and Broccoli Stem Soup) and a pizza (Drunken Mushroom Pizza) that feature wine.
    Thanks for hosting!

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  11. Mm, so many delicious-looking recipes!

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  12. I love cooking with wine! I shared a family favorite - Drunken Pasta - because pasta cooked in an entire bottle of red wine is the only way to go. Thanks for hosting!

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  13. I only have wine on days ending with a Y

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  14. At my house, more wine ends up in the food than it does in glasses for drinking!

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  15. I've linked up more oldies but goodies!

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  16. I linked my Rainbow Chard, Ricotta and Potato Pies which uses verjuice and my Chargrilled Burgers with Red Wine Barbecue Sauce for obvious reasons. Have a lovely weekend Carole.

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  17. Ooof, about to post a recipe with verjuice in it ... but for now, I've contributed pork fillet with white wine & cream. Delicious!

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  18. I love cooking with wine :) Great choice!

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  19. Hi Carole! I linked my pan braised pork medallions with sherry gravy and Spanish style garlic wings which uses brandy. Enjoy!

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  20. Thanks Carole! I love cooking with wine! I have posted mine, Mushroom Chicken hope, you like it!

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  21. Nice idea for a round up! I have added my favourites.

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  22. Oh yeah!! I was so excited to get your email on this theme! I just made the BEST boozy cranberry sauce over the holidays! Too perfect not to share again! Thanks for the invite! Happy Friday, Carole!!

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  23. I've brought you sixteen different recipes, from Valentine's day cocktails, through pasta dishes, risotto, roasts and desserts. Cheers! :)

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  24. I love cooking with wine, because after you use the cup or two called for in the recipe, you have no choice but to drink the rest! :)

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  25. Wonderful theme! Added a few

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  26. Thanks for the invite! Love these posts! And I love cooking with wine because it gives you a great excuse to sip it before, during and afterwards! Or maybe that's just me.

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  27. I'm late to the party, but I made it because I love wine!!

    Cheers Carole!

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  28. Late as usual.
    Thanks for the boozy theme. I love cooking with wine!

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Your comments are most welcome. Cheers