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Old 03-08-2008, 05:37 AM   #11
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That sounds great. It's on my to do list, thanks.

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Old 03-08-2008, 05:36 PM   #12
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Hey - a wine snob I ain't - lol!! ANY dry red wine will work - SO LONG AS it's one that, once you taste it, you'd want to drink it. If you wouldn't want to drink it, forget it. The key here is "dry" - not sweet. If your "Red Truck" red wine is dry & you like the taste of it - by all means use it.

My favorite for everyday cooking are the Gallo Livingston jug wines. I always have the Chablis Blanc &/or Chardonnay, Burgundy, & sometimes the Chianti on hand. They're absolutely fabulous for cooking - especially down-to-earth country-type dishes. Granted, they don't have the depth or body that one would want for a great wine experience, but they're perfectly decent for cooking & sipping.

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