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Home Cooking

Cookin' with Hooch

Perilagu Khan | Jul 18, 201901:06 PM     26

This thread is for discussing your favorite hooch-heavy dishes, and the various boozes, wines and beers with which you love to cook.

Last night I prepared a Jamaican-inspired pan-roasted steak dish featuring lots of allspice and black pepper pressed into the steak, and topped with a light cream sauce featuring Grand Marnier. It was pretty good, but improvable, which I will do with my second preparation of the dish.

Another traditional favorite is chicken breasts and wine sauce, which is a dish my mom cooked for as long as I can remember, and which I now prepare. It's really a sort of coq au vin prepared with chardonnay instead of a French red. Lots of butter, mushrooms and bay leaf, and served over rice. So good!

That's my thread starter. I look forward to hearing your ideas and experiences along these lines.

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