A few guidelines for cooking with wine

09/13/2011 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

The acidity in wine lifts the flavors of foods, but when cooking with wine it's important to consider the foods that are being prepared, how they are being cooked, and the types of wine being used. Red wines with lots of tannins, for example, can leave a bitter taste when reduced during cooking, and "cooking wines" are often too salty.

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