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Kalyn

Sounds delicious. I have the same problem with wine, but I freezer the leftover wine in small containers so I have a bit to add to sauces and things. Works great.

Kalyn

Ok, that should say freeze the wine, not freezer the wine!

simba

Love love love this. Is great for fall.

ann

Delicious. I should make some soon...my nearly 3 year old loves the tender beef in stews and pot roasts.

izzy's mama

I am the same way when it comes to wine. I only drink one glass. Unfortunately my husband finishes the rest so we rarely have leftovers!

daysgoby

I just recently started reading (and drooling over) your posts - what a gorgeous blog you have!

Thanks so much for the great recipe for Black Bean Soup - it was perfect for the weather 'round here last weekend.

Deborah Dowd

This sounds wonderful, even if I have to open a new bottle of wine!

thisKat

Wow, we don't have that problem with wine in our house. Even if I did have any leftover, I bet I would drink it all while I was browning the beef. But this looks so good and I know my husband would love it.

Harvey Towvim

How long can you keep Julia Childs' boeuf bourguignon in the refrigerator before it will spoil? We are making it now on Thursday evening and will be serving it on Sunday. We do NOT want to freeze it now, and then thaw it because we feel that the freezing and thawing process will render it not as tasty as if we keep it in refrigerator to serve on Sunday. Will it spoil if we keep it that long before serving?

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