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What are you drinking tonight?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Mottie, 11 Sep 2020.

  1. Ihavenojob

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    Malbec. With roast chicken! Run out of white so any port in a storm. Wasn't very nice if I’m honest. Mrs Mottie says that’s it for my alcohol this week - working part time for a liver consultant, she’s a bit of an alcohol Nazi. :(

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  6. EddieM

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    Chicken and red wine, not generally a great combo as you found out. There are recipes for chicken cooked in red wine though, but personally I don't think the flavours compliment.
     
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    Didn’t really like the wine on its own before I even started my meal.
     
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    Horses for courses, one to avoid in the future then. As always, there's only one immutable rule with wine, if you like it, buy it and drink it , if you don't, don't. Cost and others opinions are irrelevant.
     
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    Hang on, I thought you were younger than me? If you're old, what am I?
     
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    It's all perspective innit! :)
     
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    once made some it was excellent for sore throats one gargle and back to normal ....lol
     
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    On this tonight ....holiday ... EBB2D0BF-0662-46D1-ADE1-947A875CAEBE.jpeg
     
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    Red wine'll be nice with that!
     
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    A nice own-brand Beaujolais tonight with our beef stir-fry. (y)

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    Hobgoblin Gold (y)
     
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