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Know a dry white wine for cooking?

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Know a dry white wine for cooking?

Tela T. | Mar 11, 2005 10:21 AM

I'm looking for a "dry, white wine" for cooking - looking to make lots of stock this weekend to freeze - most of my receipes for fish and vegie stock call for this - would like something that runs around $6-8 - figuring something less I wouldn't drink and something more I would - but then there are good bargain wines out there I might not know about. Andif it's less and still good I'd consider it. And then there's the question of substituting vermouth for the white wine - and dry vermouth at that. Would this be a sub I want to make - I get very good vermouth at around $6 - but it seems too strong/steely - rather than the rounder taste of white wine... So, after all that - any suggestions. (My husband offered Deer Park - what do y'all think?)

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