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Why does my red wine reduction go 'grainy'?
After frying some meat, say beef or lamb, sometimes I want to make a red wine reduction. After lifting the meat out of the pan I turn the heat down to low and add the wine. The wine tends to bubble ...
Sep 1 '11 at 20:12
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