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A love of cookery and a desire to experience a different culture is what keeps ‘Anna’, from our story, returning to France every year. This trip was slightly different, though – not only did she return home with the perfect coq au vin recipe, but the perfect person to share it with, too. See method
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Have a glass of the leftover red wine with your meal, and freeze the rest in an ice cube tray until the next time you make the dish.
Chop up any leftover parsley and mix with softened butter and a crushed garlic clove, then wrap in clingfilm and freeze til you need it – it’s great with meat or fish dishes.
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