small amount of alcohol in food

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Kim OHara
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Re: small amount of alcohol in food

Post by Kim OHara » Sat Dec 24, 2011 5:46 am

Ben wrote:When I cook and I might include a little wine in something that gets simmered - and simmered for a while.
Having said that I do recall an incident over 20 years ago when I had some tira misu at a restaurant. It didn't occur to me that the dish contained brandy and I was a bit surprised that I got drunk by eating one serving. I was a bit more careful after that.
kind regards,

Ben
Yep - same problem as with trifle: quite a lot of alcohol and none of it removed by heating.
A bloke I met once, years ago, told me he got booked for drink-driving after a very sedate Sunday lunch which included no alcoholic drinks but finished with a trifle made by his mother-in-law-to-be.

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Kim

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