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#12035254 - 05/16/17 Cognac  
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Who can recommend a cognac for cooking, which also suitably stands up for sipping...?

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#12035660 - 05/16/17 Re: Cognac [Re: sse]  
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Any decent VS ought to do, but take my opinion with a grain of salt. Cognac to me is expensive, high octane grape syrup. grin

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sounds good to me


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#12036051 - 05/16/17 Re: Cognac [Re: sse]  
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Remy Martin 1738 VSOP. You will never need another brand


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Thanks, Sam...but something tells me it's probably not a bargain brand...LOL I'll check with the purveyor and check it out.


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#12036187 - 05/16/17 Re: Cognac [Re: Mannlicher]  
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Originally Posted by Mannlicher
Remy Martin 1738 VSOP. You will never need another brand



+1! It isn't over priced.

#12036526 - 05/16/17 Re: Cognac [Re: TNrifleman]  
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Originally Posted by TNrifleman
Originally Posted by Mannlicher
Remy Martin 1738 VSOP. You will never need another brand



+1! It isn't over priced.

Good deal...


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#12037789 - 05/17/17 Re: Cognac [Re: sse]  
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#12038238 - 05/17/17 Re: Cognac [Re: goldroger]  
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Is that not Vodka ?


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#12040124 - 05/18/17 Re: Cognac [Re: sse]  
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Why spend the extra money for cooking?

Use brandy it will impart more flavor to the food and it comes in a wide variety.

Save the Cognac from drinking.

More importantly where the Armagnac


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#12040350 - 05/18/17 Re: Cognac [Re: FatCity67]  
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Use brandy it will impart more flavor to the food and it comes in a wide variety.

Which one would you recommend?


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For me I've found the $20-30 brandys really good for cooking. Most American brands that are grape based. E&J VSOP is moderately priced and imparts a good flavor that holds during cooking. You can move up if you want from there but I haven't found in the last 30+ years that wasting a great drinking $100+ bottle of drinking brandy on a dish really made it taste better. May stroke your ego but that's about it. And I've dropped some serious cash on food and spirits living in NorCal in the past.

Go with other fruit based brandies like Calvados an apple brandy for dessert recipes or when you want a sweeter more fragrant note.


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#12042333 - 05/19/17 Re: Cognac [Re: FatCity67]  
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Originally Posted by FatCity67
Why spend the extra money for cooking?

Use brandy it will impart more flavor to the food and it comes in a wide variety.

Save the Cognac from drinking.

More importantly where the Armagnac


bad, misguided 'advice'. laughing


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Never cook with wine/spirits that you would not happily drink.

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Originally Posted by New_2_99s
Never cook with wine/spirits that you would not happily drink.

wink


Sage advice, a little for the chef, a little for the pot, a little more for the chef...


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Originally Posted by New_2_99s
Never cook with wine/spirits that you would not happily drink.

wink


Amen.

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I tried going vegan, but then realized it was a big missed steak.
#12043173 - 05/19/17 Re: Cognac [Re: sse]  
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By all means do what makes you think tastes best. I'll reserve the premiums for how they were meant to be enjoyed. 👍


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#12043322 - 05/20/17 Re: Cognac [Re: FatCity67]  
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Originally Posted by FatCity67
By all means do what makes you think tastes best. I'll reserve the premiums for how they were meant to be enjoyed. 👍


that's a bit snooty and pretentious. laughing.


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Originally Posted by 458 Lott
Originally Posted by New_2_99s
Never cook with wine/spirits that you would not happily drink.

wink


Sage advice, a little for the chef, a little for the pot, a little more for the chef...


"I enjoy cooking with wine, sometimes I even put it in the food..."

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#12043971 - 05/20/17 Re: Cognac [Re: 458 Lott]  
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Seems to me that Chef's cook with wine where Cooks don't. I have eaten very little food cooked by Chef's, but none was up to par with the food that my Mother cooked. From breads to pies to meats and veggies. Never a drop of wine or brandy in any of it. miles


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#12043978 - 05/20/17 Re: Cognac [Re: sse]  
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You think like me Miles, I like what I'd call thresher's meals. Not fancy, but good, and enough of it.
The kind of meals cooked for a lot of hungry, hard working men.


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It's a shame you've never had a meal prepared by a good Chef. The term chef is bandied about especially with the 1001 cooking shows on the air.

A splash of wine really can add some interesting flavors to dishes. When I make a stew after browning the meat and onions I use a good dash of Cabernet to deglaze the pot. It really adds a richness to the flavor.


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#12044013 - 05/20/17 Re: Cognac [Re: milespatton]  
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Originally Posted by milespatton
Seems to me that Chef's cook with wine where Cooks don't. I have eaten very little food cooked by Chef's, but none was up to par with the food that my Mother cooked. From breads to pies to meats and veggies. Never a drop of wine or brandy in any of it. miles

There are all different kinds of foods and ways to prepare them to create whatever flavor profile is intended.


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sse?, a peace maker? Don't that take the cake? ( This is the food section)


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