Wine-Poached Strawberry and Apricots  

Fill a large bowl with ice and water, then set a large heatproof bowl on top.

Cooking with wine is a fantastic experience. It enhances the balance, depth of flavor, and scent of food.  

However, opening an entire bottle of wine for one recipe usually results in only a glass or two to pour—certainly not enough to last through dinner  

So you open another bottle, and unless you finish the bottle, you're back where you started.   

This makes me wonder: Is using a full bottle in a single recipe, especially in beef bourguignon, completely ridiculous  

To demonstrate that it is not, Justin Chapple created this Mad Genius recipe for whole-bottle cooking.   

This beautiful, balanced dessert is made with semi-dry Riesling, which is pleasant and not overly sweet. Dried apricots provide a subtle tartness, while strawberries bring sweetness.  

Fill a large bowl with ice and water, then set a large heatproof bowl on top.   

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