Do You Refrigerate Red Wine

do you refrigerate red wine
  • cool or chill in or as if in a refrigerator; "refrigerate this medicine"
  • Subject (food or drink) to cold in order to chill or preserve it, typically by placing it in a refrigerator
  • preserve by chilling; "many foods must be refrigerated or else they will spoil"
  • (refrigeration) the process of cooling or freezing (e.g., food) for preservative purposes
    red wine
  • Wine is an alcoholic beverage, typically made of fermented grape juice. The natural chemical balance of grapes is such that they can ferment without the addition of sugars, acids, enzymes or other nutrients. Wine is produced by fermenting crushed grapes using various types of yeast.
  • The color of wine is one of the most easily recognizable characteristics of wines. Color is also an element in wine tasting since heavy wines generally have a deeper color.
  • wine having a red color derived from skins of dark-colored grapes
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  • "Do You" is a 2007 single by American singer-songwriter Ne-Yo. It is about Ne-Yo questioning his ex-girlfriend if she ever thinks about him anymore. It is the second single from his second album, Because of You. The single was officially released to radio the week of June 12, 2007.
do you refrigerate red wine - Banyuls 5
Banyuls 5 Year Aged French Red Wine Vinegar 750 Ml
Banyuls 5 Year Aged French Red Wine Vinegar 750 Ml
Banyuls wine vinegar comes from the southern most point of France, where the pyranees run into the Mediterranean. The winegrowers of this area where the soil is inferitle and arid work by hand the vines of the grenache grape. Under the hot sun the dry northerly wind of this region the grapes are picked at full maturity to make superb rich and powerful banyuls wines. The local cuisine holds an amazing wealth of tastes, every dish if ull of color and aromas. One of the secrets behind this cuisine is Banyuls Wine Vinegar. Banyuls wine vinegar of the Cave de l'abbe rous gets its aromatic complexity from an outstanding fortified wine naturally rich in sugar. The wine is stored in 650 liter casks for 4 years where it is exposed to the wind and weather. The conditons allow the wine to age prematurely and develop exceptional aromatic complexity, the same qulaities are reflected in the vinegar. This Banyuls vinegar is a burned topaz in color with tints of gold. Woody and spicy on the nose, while the taste of fresh walnuts and menthol runs deep on the palate. To preserve this complexity in aroma and taste in the next step of aging, the vinegar is transferred to 220 liter casks for 12 months. By the end of the process a full 5 years will have passed. The vinegar when aged to its full potential offers a combination of fresh walnuts, spice bread, beeswax, vanilla and liquorice notes. This complex taste will add character to any dish with just a touch. Imported From France 750 ml

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Moussakitome Baby
Moussakitome Baby
That's just bad isn't it? You'll have to deal because it cracks me up. It all started when I became entranced with the color of an eggplant while I was grocery shopping. How can you resist a vegetable whose alternate name is Aubergine? I didn't and so I had eggplant and had to figure out what to do with it. I decided Moussaka was the way to go. I read many recipes. I contemplated for many hours. i came up with my own version and it was very very good. First a warning. All the recipes I read claimed you could have this dish on the table, start to finish, in a couple of hours. I'm here to tell you that is totally not true unless you're going for some kind of fast food version. This is labor intensive and you have to be with it up until the time it's assembled and in the oven. I recommend making the meat sauce a day ahead of time as that's the most time consuming aspect of things. It also will taste better after it's had a chance for the flavors to hang out together and meld. Double the sauce recipe and make a lot. Freeze some so you'll have it around. That's what I'll do when I make this again. You could assemble the whole dish ahead of time and refrigerate it until you're ready to cook it (within 24 hours). Lori's Moussakitome Serves 6-8 people Meat Sauce 2 tablespoons butter 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 a large sweet onion 1/2 yellow pepper a handful of baby carrots a few stalks of celery hearts 4 large garlic cloves 1/2 lb ground round 1/2 lb ground pork 1 heaping teaspoon cinnamon 1 teaspoon cumin 1/2 teaspoon nutmeg 1 teaspoon ground cloves 1 teaspoon oregano 1 teaspoon sage 1 teaspoon kosher salt a few grinds of pepper 1 tablespoon fresh chopped parsley 1 tablespoon fresh chopped basil 2 bay leaves 1 glass good red wine 1 large can (16 oz) of fire roasted tomatoes Chop the onion, pepper, carrots and celery and garlic fine (I used my mini chopper) and saute until soft in butter and olive oil in a large pot. Add ground beef and pork and break it up small as it browns Add all spices except bay leaves, simmer for a couple of minutes Add wine, tomatoes and bay leaves and then simmer on low for at least an hour, stirring occasionally and breaking up the tomatoes. You want most of the liquid to be absorbed. Vegetables Pre heat oven to 350F. Prepare a couple of baking sheets by spraying with cooking spray. 2 eggplants 4-5 large potatoes (I used Yukon Golds) kosher salt olive oil Wash and slice in 1/2 inch wide rounds (peel if you want but I didn't) Sweat the eggplant for a few minutes by laying it out on paper towels and lightly salting with kosher salt. (This helps absorb some of the excess moisture) Pat dry with paper towels. Put the potatoes and eggplant in a large bowl (I did them separately), add some olive oil and stir around to coat. Arrange on baking sheets in a single layer and cook for about 25 minutes in the oven. Eggplant should be tender, the potatoes should be lightly browned. (I did them in separate pans.) Set aside once cooked. Bechamel Cheese Sauce 1 stick of butter 2/3 cup of all purpose flour (I used Beth's Gluten Free by Glutino) 3 cups room temperature milk 2/3 cup grated parmigiano reggiano cheese 1 tsp nutmeg 1 tsp kosher salt 1 large egg, 2 egg yolks Melt butter in a large saucepan over low heat. Whisk in flour, stirring until smooth. Add milk, salt and nutmeg and bring to a boil and then simmer for a couple minutes, whisking constantly. Add more milk if sauce is too thick. Whisk in the cheese. Turn off heat and allow to cool a bit then whisk in the eggs. Assemble! Preheat oven to 350F In a 9x13 pan sprayed with non stick spray Layer: 1/2 of the potatoes and eggplant 1/2 of the meat sauce 1/2 of the bechamel cheese sauce repeat Sprinkle grated parmigiano reggiano over the top. Bake for 45 minute to an hour. The top should be golden brown. Allow to sit for 5 minutes or so after it comes out of the oven and then dish it up!
lasagna in the making
lasagna in the making
Two Big Pans Lasagne (one to serve, one to keep) Make tomato sauce. Saute in olive oil in large pot until soft: 1 or 3 large onion, chopped fine 1 or 2 green pepper, chopped 4 big cloves garlic, diced Then add 2 large cans crushed tomatoes 1 can tomato paste 1 or 2 large jar marinara sauce 1/2 cup red wine 1 bunch parsley chopped Cook approx. 1-2 hours. Add salt to taste at end. Can make this a day ahead. Start boiling water for lasagne in a tall pot. Add salt. Drop in lasagne and cook until done (read package--usually 8-9 minutes. OK if slightly underdone) Meanwhile, mix in a large bowl: 2 lbs ricotta 3 beaten eggs about 3/4 of a one-lb. mozzarella chunk, cubed. (Save the uncubed part for the topping.) 1/2 cup shredded or grated Parmesan Cook 2 boxes chopped spinach. Drain off all water and squeeze out rest. When lasagna noodles are cooked, assemble this way: Smear olive oil on the bottom and sides of two 11 x 17 pans Pour about 3/4 c. tomato sauce in bottom of each pan Add a layer of lasagne noodles to each pan. Using about half the ricotta mixture, drop spoonfuls on top of noodles. Just make blobs, since they will melt. Neatness doesn’t count. Sprinkle all the spinach on top of cheese. In each pan, pour about 1 1/2 cups tomato sauce over spinach. Then add another layer of lasagne, rest of the ricotta mixture, and the rest of the sauce. Spread sauce around to cover all noodles. Shred or chop remaining mozzarella and sprinkle on top. Bake at 350 for an hour. If serving right away, bake 15 minutes more. If making a day ahead, which is better, let it sit and cool. Then either freeze or refrigerate. If you freeze this, remember that it takes quite a while to thaw.

do you refrigerate red wine
do you refrigerate red wine
Red Wine "Trio" Vinegar - Katz
375 ml - Red Wine Vinegar Suisun Valley, CA Product Description We are proud to offer you the oak-aged "Trio" Red Wine Vinegar from Katz and Company. Two years in the making, this terrific vinegar is crafted using the traditional "Orleans" Method. It's a blend of carefully selected vintages of Merlot, Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon from the heart of one of the world's great wine appellations, the Sonoma Valley. "Trio" has been crafted to mirror the classic Meritage blends where small lots of selected red varietals are mixed to create wines of great structure and character. The finished blend is well balanced and full-flavored and retains the varietal characteristics of the grapes with nuances of cherry, raspberry and oak. Usage Suggestions Finally, we've got an authentic vinegar made here in the USA that can be used to enliven your favorite dishes and create distinctive dressings and sauces. The Sonoma Trio already a favorite of many of America's top restaurant chefs. Try reducing it for sauces for meats or grilled peaches or figs, and use it in dressings...mmm.