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A Note From Abi's Farmhouse Kitchen

Cooking with wine is good for you. In every way. Adding Wine in lieu of stock (or water) infuses richness and flavor to what otherwise might be a mundane dish. Remember to 1.) sip wine while cooking and 2.) never waste wine. A bottle of good wine represents at least one year (if not 4-5) of human effort. Should you not finish a bottle, never ever pitch it. Instead, cork it, leave it on the counter by your oils and save for later to use with cooking, roasts, and soups. For Wine is God's Gift to Man. There's no question about that.
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Breaking all rules and eating pasta with wine (sauce) for breakfast

Spring Pasta With Fresh Peas, Asparagus, Shaved Parmesan Cheese And Lemon White Wine Sauce

Breaking all rules and eating pasta with wine (sauce) for breakfast
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One of my favorite ways to do spring pasta! Absolutely divine
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• Oven Roasted Tomatoes •
This recipe is so useful, yummy and super healthy! Did you know that…

Roasted Tomatoes

• Oven Roasted Tomatoes • This recipe is so useful, yummy and super healthy! Did you know that tomatoes are one of the few things that are healthier cooked Tomatoes red colour comes from lycopene which help your body protect you from UV radiation from the sun and environmental toxins. For the body to be able to absorb lycopene you need to eat it with fats and for ultimate absorption you should eat the tomatoes cooked.
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A Note From Abi's Farmhouse Kitchen

Sprinkle these gorgeous tomatoes by @eatingnaked with a light, dry rosé before roasting. Opting for an earthy Rosé like Syrah or Zinfandel will add a deeper fruit note to the finished dish.
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Literally the only pasta my dad is happy to eat. This recipe magically came together one day when I…

Garlic Prawn Pasta With Cherry Tomatoes And Rocket In A White Wine Reduction Sauce

Literally the only pasta my dad is happy to eat. This recipe magically came together one day when I was struggling to decide what to cook for dinner, and by the end of the day ended up just using ingredients from the fridge
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A Note From Abi's Farmhouse Kitchen

When cooking with wine, use wines that you would drink. The alcohol cooks out leaving only the wine's flavors behind in your meal. So choose your wines accordingly. If you don't like that type of wine? Don't cook with it. As Julia Child said, it's far better to skip using wine when cooking than "to spoil a simple dish and utterly debase a noble one."
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*insert WOK pun here* Thai Chili Caramelized Chicken! Recipe is on the blog.

Caramelized Thai Chili Chicken

*insert WOK pun here* Thai Chili Caramelized Chicken! Recipe is on the blog.
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A Note From Abi's Farmhouse Kitchen

Whenever it says "splash with water," I hear "splash with wine." Very dry Whites like a Sauv Blanc for Asian fusion like this Thai Chicken stunner by @feedingthefiya and Red for heartier, meaty concoctions.
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My meal last week (all week!). It is artichoke season so I tried to make the best of it. Fresh…

Steamed Artichokes With White Wine, Lemon And Herb Sauce

My meal last week (all week!). It is artichoke season so I tried to make the best of it. Fresh artichokes are supper yummy steamed in wine and garlic and served with lemony herbs.
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A Note From Abi's Farmhouse Kitchen

Artichokes are one of the harder vegetables to pair with wine given their unique flavor and texture. That said, when steaming 'chokes in white wine like @iglikapetrova, think about the wine you'll sip later when devouring their green goodness. Stay away from the heavier whites and opt for a dry, lean white like a Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc for both steaming and sipping.
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I don't usually get all fancy for at-home lunch, but Blake is working from home today so I thought…

Baked Halibut With Citrus Wine Sauce

I don't usually get all fancy for at-home lunch, but Blake is working from home today so I thought I'd give this recipe I found in our local newspaper @pipress a go. Plus, it's Friday. Why not! I even poured us each a small glass of wine from the bottle used in the recipe. Friday!! The recipe was posted by @ellie_krieger, and I've found many of her recipes light and delicious. I saved it for inspiration in my personal challenge to eat more fish and seafood ----> For one month, I am including fish or seafood in at least one personal lunch and one family dinner per week, without making the same meal twice. And can I just say how fun and delicious this home kitchen challenge is! Search elliekrieger.com for this recipe of Roasted Halibut with Citrus Wine Sauce. My only changes were that I had tilapia on hand, so used that instead. And I had one blood orange left, subbed that for the naval. The tarragon is completely lovely in this dish - do NOT skip it!!
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A Note From Abi's Farmhouse Kitchen

Brenda from @farmgirlsdabble does a bang-up job roasting halibut in citrus juices and wine. A simple, straightforward meal, it's wise to pair with it a straightforward white wine. Choose a white wine that is dry and not effusive with floral tones for the delicate fish and warmth of navel oranges mixed with tarragon should steal-the-show. Making your wine pairing the back-up notes to this delicious lunch. Read the rear wine labels and skip the bottles that spell out floral, sweet, or grassy notes, opt instead for wines described as mineral, clean, crisp, and dry.
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This year I have learned to use meditation and relaxation techniques to handle stress.
Just kidding…

Red Wine Chocolate Cake

This year I have learned to use meditation and relaxation techniques to handle stress. Just kidding. I'm on my third piece of cake. (That's Chocolate Wine Glaze...)
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Just what you need to bake this weekend!
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A late and leisurely lunch that sort of turned into an early dinner. I'm now on my second helping of…

Egg Pappardelle With Duck And White Wine Ragù

A late and leisurely lunch that sort of turned into an early dinner. I'm now on my second helping of pappardelle with duck ragù...and we've still got dessert to go!
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A Note From Abi's Farmhouse Kitchen

For fun, cook with a newer vintage (ex 2014) of the same white wine (varietal and label) -- just a year or two older -- that you later enjoy with Dinner. Infusing two subtly different years' worth of wine flavors into the same culinary experience. This Egg Pappardelle with Duck and White Wine Ragù by @skye_mcalpine is a great dish with which to try this.

Slow cooking duck legs is the easiest thing in the world and tastes like a million bucks. Egg Pappardelle with Duck and White Wine Ragu by @skye_mcalpine would go beautifully with a light bodied Pinot Noir, or better yet a non-buttery/not oaky Chardonnay or white French Burgundy. Something with moderate heft in the mouthfeel but nothing to overwhelm the delicate flavors of duck, sage, parsley, and fresh pasta. For fun? Cook with a newer vintage (ex 2013 or '14) of the same white wine -- just a year or two older -- that you will later enjoy with Dinner! #Heaven.
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Missing Paris so much and coping by cooking all of the French food. Get the Coq Au Vin recipe that…

Coq Au Vin Dish

Missing Paris so much and coping by cooking all of the French food. Get the Coq Au Vin recipe that we created for @lecreuset @williamssonoma and @laurenkelp over on laurenkelp.com. Recipe adapted from @marthastewart | Scans by @richardphotolab
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A Note From Abi's Farmhouse Kitchen

A guest asked me once how can I "cook so much with wine because of all the alcohol?" When #cookingwithwine, remember there is no way to eradicate all alcohol from finished foods. Rather long cooking or simmering retains only about 5% of alcohol initially added while briefly cooked dishes from 10-50% and flambés, as much as 75%. But don't worry when making this sumptuous Coq au Vin. Open that bottle of wine free of worry and thank @marthastewart for the initial recipe modified by @constancehigley for your perfect meal.
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