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April 03, 2008

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croutonboy

"cooking with alcohol" is a theme at my house, too, although little of it makes it into the dish.

But that looks freakin' awesome. Yum

Stephanie Beack

LOL! That doesn't surprise me at all croutonboy. Come visit and I'll make it for ya and put a pound of cheese on top!

Elizabeth

I have 3/4 of a bottle of red wine at home, some broccoli (I know it's not the same as broccolini, but it's what I've got), and a pound of chorizo, and I can't wait to make this tonight! Thank you!

Stephanie Beack

Elizabeth, I hope you love it as much as I did. Let me know how it goes!

Karol

Sounds delicious!

Stephanie Beack

It is, Karol. Give it a try!

Kathryndavies.blogspot.com

Any recommendations for when someone can't get chorizo or broccolini? I unfortunately don't have access to either, especially chorizo... :/

Scrumptiousst

Kathryn, you can use regular broccoli but make sure you only use the tender florets and not the tougher stems. I would also blanch the broccoli for about 3 minutes first. Instead of chorizo, use a nice spicy or hot italian sausage. It should also be delicious. Buon appetito!

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