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Cooking with Wine

Treat yourself to a glass of your favorite red or white wine, then use the rest to infuse classic dishes like beef bourguignonne or steamed clams with lots of flavor. 
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Scampi on Couscous

Wine has its place in delicate seafood dishes as well as robust meaty ones. Giada De Laurentiis' citrusy shrimp scampi stays extra moist and tender during cooking, thanks to juicy chopped tomatoes and a touch of dry white wine.

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Beef Bourguignon

Add Burgundy or another dry red wine to this beef dish for an intense flavor. "Bourguignon" is French for "in the style of Burgundy," so red Burgundy (or Pinot Noir) is a traditional pairing.

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Sweet Potatoes

Many exercise enthusiasts shy away from carbs, not realizing they are imperative for high-powered energy production. Sweet potatoes are a user-friendly and versatile option for meals and snacks. Make a batch of chips to snack on or soup to sip on before an afternoon exercise class, or shred and saute sweet potatoes in a skillet with eggs for a post-workout breakfast.

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Goat Cheese-and-Mushroom-Stuffed Chicken Breasts

For an impressive date-night dinner, saute chicken roll-ups until golden brown, then slice and top them with a rich mushroom-and-white wine sauce. To really complete the meal, serve the chicken with a glass of crisp Sauvignon Blanc.

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