Don't pour it out: Using leftover wine for cooking #WhattheHack

Leftover wine? Make wine syrup! A few ideas: • Drizzle over fresh berries or grilled stone fruits • Swirl into ice cream or Greek yogurt • Pour on pancakes or waffles. Problem for me is there usually nothing left. Only because I usually only have wine with friends :)

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"40 Most Common Cooking Mistakes." Lots of good info here. Everyone should pin this, especially if they've never taken a basic food class.

5 Ways to Use Leftover Coconut Milk — a couple of these are good for whole30, like use in your coffee or freeze in ice cube trays

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23 Genius Ways To Use An Ice Cube Tray - Way too awesome! (**Can't remember if I pinned this yet or not but I've become a great fan of the icecube tray freezing stuff, I have froze frozen yogurt in cubes for smoothies, spinach and gonna freeze some veggie broth when I made it into cubes,froze some juice for smoothies, such a great idea!!)

How to avoid the most common cooking mistakes.

How I pour my wine

Store lettuce in mason jars to make it last longer

Interesting-- Coke and red wine make a perfectly delightful combination when mixed about 50-50 and well iced. The wine cuts the sweetness of the Coke, and the Coke adds zing to the wine. And it travels. Easily. To prepare: Take a 1.5-liter bottle of Coke and pour out half. Pour in one 750-mililiter bottle of dry (and cheap) red wine. Seal the bottle. Dispense into red Solo cups full of ice. Repeat.

Chicken Cordon Bleu Casserole. New family favorite. They even ate LEFTOVERS!

My reactions: 1. Jello Shots made of WINE?! Click... 2. Martha Stewart made them?! 3. Lol. She calls them Gelees. Of course. "Just don't call them Jell-O shots. These sangria-inspired gelees, infused with sweet wines and subtly undercut with citrus flavors, are for sophisticated palates. The glistening, gemlike squares make a refreshing dessert and add fetching sunset hues to a reception table." Leave it to Martha to find a fancy way to get wasted! Mwah!

Wine + Popsicles = WINESICLES!!

Store fresh asparagus up to two weeks longer!

Pairing wine and food

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