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Clinic's Hayes isn't sure. She said nonalcoholic red wine lacks the body and fullness of real red wine. "People drink for other reasons that are complex and personal -- whether it's how you feel or it's about the complex taste. If we found that drinking de-alcoholized red wine was
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is famous for giving the green light to people who want to consume alcohol, Heller said. "Many of my patients ask me, 'Should I start or continue to drink wine? It's heart-healthy, isn't it?'" she said. One of the reasons red wine in particular is considered heart-healthy is because
alcohol consumption may have some health benefit, Narula said. "If you are going to drink, red wine is the one that I recommend because there is a potential benefit from compounds in the wine itself," she added. That's good advice, said Dr. Howard Weintraub, a cardiologist at NYU
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Wine Steamed Beer Can Chicken. Steaming in a can beneath the chicken, wine infuses the meat with delicious flavors.
Scallops with White Wine Sauce I. Sea scallops with a creamy white wine and butter sauce.
Sauerbraten IV. Rump roast is marinated in red wine vinegar and red wine spiced with cloves and allspice for three days, then browned in butter and flour and slowly simmered in the sauce until tender. Gingersnaps are added in the last thirty minutes for extra zip.
Lover's Beef Burgundy Filet. Soak thick, juicy beef filets in a heady marinade of Burgundy wine, soy sauce, oyster sauce, minced garlic and dried oregano. Grill the filets and serve with a dollop of butter creamed with shallots, green onions, white pepper and a dash of wine.
Flank Steak with Garlic Wine Sauce. Freshly roasted garlic adds great flavor to this simple but distinctive rendition. Red wine is reduced with the pan juices for the sauce.
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