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    Senior Member ThEoRy's Avatar
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    Anything that comes in a box.
    Starting this harvest I'm a starving startling artist/
    Lyrical arsonist it's arduous spitting this smartest arsenic/

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    Great idea on the box wine...the two buck chuck isn't a bad deal at all either. I bought some recently to try and it's drinkable...certainly worth it for cooking. Thanks everyone.

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    I like it as well, although sometimes I forget that I have it.

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    first things first. i admire you guys big time. i live near wine country. most of my friends are in the bizness of wine. SNOBS..all of them.

    they would cry foul at the mere mention of using inexpensive wine in cooking..box? hahahha..

    with wine, expecially white wine in cooking i use whatever is cheap and on sale. my neighbor hated this pinot grigio and was about to toss it..i saved it. i am making a pork ragu tonight with it. i will give the neighbor half.

    i did a good white versus cheap white..(i used cheap chinese cooking wine!) in a blind risotto taste. my buddies couldnt call it. it was too close to tell. funny.

    great thread.


    how do you feel about red wine in cooking? same idea? cheap.

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    I cook with a splash of whatever I'm drinking, usually a good Riesling or Sauvignon Blanc.

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    I use Bandit pinot grigio in a 1 liter box. It's bright and neutral, and it's easy to crush the box down to eliminate air space so it keeps in the fridge. About $7.

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