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by Jacqueline Goldstein
(Westchester NY)

Wine doesn't usually get left over in our house either, but when it does, simply recorking and refrigerating does the trick. Nevertheless I enjoyed reading about the various gadgets and methods. And of course, leftover wine is great for the cook's imagination.

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Feb 27, 2017

by: Mark

Good point, Jacqueline---as we know, the conventional wisdom is to cook with the same quality wine that we drink, but many people shy away from doing that for budgetary reasons. Yesterday's leftover wine can provide a great base for a sauce or stew.

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