Mormons, can you eat food that contains alcohol?

Can you eat
wine chicken, banana flambe, brandy pound cake
http://www.oldfashioncountrycakes.com/pr...
kahula pie http://www.kraftfoods.com/assets/recipe_...
Update: Something I've googled up during the last minute: The prohibition of "wine or strong drink" is widely interpreted as a blanket prohibition of all alcoholic beverages, regardless of the level of alcoholic content of the drink. The revelation suggests that making barley-based mildly alcoholic... show more Something I've googled up during the last minute:

The prohibition of "wine or strong drink" is widely interpreted as a blanket prohibition of all alcoholic beverages, regardless of the level of alcoholic content of the drink. The revelation suggests that making barley-based mildly alcoholic beverages (such as beer) may be permissible,[15] and as recently as 1901, Apostles Brigham Young, Jr. and John Henry Smith argued that the revelation did not prohibit beer.[29] Today, however, there are few Latter-day Saints who view the consumption of such drinks as permitted by the Word of Wisdom.[citation needed]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Word_of_Wis...
Update 2: Mr. Hopscotch,

If you ever tried these foods (wine chicken, kahula pie, brandy cake) you can taste the alcohol. If not, why put it in?
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