Just photos and a few lines. The latter is tougher than the former!
You know, we don't use any alcohol either, so many years ago when I was looking at substitutes for wine and sherry in cooking, someone in a forum said it's important to realise that the flavour can still set off recovering alcoholics! :-D :-DI once used white wine in something and the flavour was really, really good. So when I went to France, I picked up a couple of small bottles of wine at the duty-free - one red and one white - of no vintage. Three years on, I'm still aging them in my cupboard. :-D
Hi:)First up, me thinks this idea ...one picture a day is a very good one...It makes me think of everything as a potential wonderful thing to shoot:)I think the best thing about blogging and taking pictures for it is that everything becomes new from a flower to a book:)The other thing about blogging that is wonderful...specially as it evolves is that you learn so much about computers:)Enough of that:)Sra :) you made a very good point...i will be sure to remember that:)And Desi Soccer Mom...lay of the wine:)have a good day:)
SP, I didn't drink any. :) Besides, I prefer red to white.Sra, we prefer to buy our wine from wholesale warehouse stores like Sams and Costco. The same brands and vintages are cheaper by a couple of bucks. Even then we don't indulge in anything more than $10. The Broke Ass was a $7 purchase by T at a grocery store with the express purpose of making risotto. I don't know much about wine except that I like red and Cabernet has more alcohol than Merlot which is sweeter. :)
You are right Sra, the risotto's flavor was enhanced by the wine.
I'm a wine/alcohol-philistine - don't appreciate the taste, don't know anything about it. Happy to use it in cooking alone. :-D
Wait, what's your new year resolution? Not to drink at all? If so, why? Do I smell an alcoholic? ;)
Hmmm, I prefer white to red.
I like red over wine too. :)..it is funny that I never used in my cooking yet..risotto will be the first one :)Siri
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