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  • Is There a Food Shortage In Our Future?  By : J. Stromsteen
    Is it possible for a nation such as America to face a food shortage in the future?
  • Bathrobe Theme Party Ideas  By : Fen Tan
    When you were a kid, you used to go to costume parties where you had fun and played games while donning your silliest and most ridiculous attire. Since you were still young, you weren't very conscious of your appearance.
  • Unique Ideas For 60s and 70s Theme Party  By : Fen Tan
    When you think of parties, one very important picture comes to mind: disco dancing! For you, a party is boring if the venue isn't noisy, if there's no music and if there are no people on the dance floor. That's why no matter what, every party that you plan is bustling with excitement. You always make sure that you have a unique party theme so that the guests will always remember their fun time.
  • How to Choose the Best Water Filter  By : Samuel S. Peters
    Many people are dissatisfied with the quality of their water, whether from city supplies or from wells. More and more people are turning to water filtration systems of one type or another. Which is the best water filter system for a homeowner depends on what problems the present water supply presents, and on the price one is willing to pay for a quality water supply.
  • Cereals and their Preparation  By : Kim and Charles Petty..
    Cereal is the name given to those seeds used as food (wheat, rye, oats, barley, corn, rice, etc.), which are produced by plants belonging to the vast order known as the grass family. They are used for food both in the unground state and in various forms of mill products.
  • Fruit Cocktails  By : Kim and Charles Petty..
    Cocktails made of a combination of fruits are often served as the first course of a meal, usually a luncheon or a dinner, to precede the soup course. In warm weather, they are an excellent substitute for heavy cocktails made of lobster or crab, and they may even be used to replace the soup course. The fruits used for this purpose should be the more acid ones, for the acids and flavors are intended to serve as an appetizer, or the same purpose for which the hot and highly seasoned soups are taken. Fruit cocktails should always be served ice cold.
  • University Theme Parties  By : Fen
    Your bags are all packed, you've kissed your mom and dad goodbye, and the car's waiting for you. It's time to say goodbye to good old high school and say hello to a new chapter in your life: college.
  • Barley, The Nutritious Grain  By : Kim and Charles Petty..
    Barley is stated by historians to be the oldest of all cultivated grains. It seems to have been the principal bread plant among the ancient Hebrews, Greeks, and Romans. The Jews especially held the grain in high esteem, and sacred history usually uses it interchangeably with wheat, when speaking of the fruits of the Earth.
  • Cooking of Grains  By : Kim and Charles Petty..
    All grains, with the exception of rice, and the various grain meals, require prolonged cooking with gentle and continuous heat, in order to so disintegrate their tissues and change their starch into dextrine as to render them easy of digestion. Even the so-called "steam-cooked" grains, advertised to be ready for use in five or ten minutes, require a much longer cooking to properly fit them for digestion. These so-called quickly prepared grains are simply steamed before grinding, which has the effect to destroy any low organisms contained in the grain. They are then crushed and shredded. Bicarbonate of soda and lime is added to help dissolve the albuminoids, and sometimes diastase to aid the conversion of the starch into sugar; but there is nothing in this preparatory process that so alters the chemical nature of the grain as to make it possible to cook it ready for easy digestion in five or ten minutes. An insufficiently cooked grain, although it may be palatable, is not in a condition to be readily acted upon by the digestive fluids, and is in consequence left undigested to act as a mechanical irritant.
  • Different Ways to Cook Rice  By : Kim and Charles Petty..
    Rice needs to be thoroughly washed. A good way to do this is to put it into a colander, in a deep pan of water. Rub the rice well with the hands, lifting the colander in and out the water, and changing the water until it is clear; then drain. In this way the grit is deposited in the water, and the rice left thoroughly clean.
  • Circumstances of Impacting the Quality of Meat  By : Kim and Charles Petty..
    During the period between the birth and maturity of animals, their flesh undergoes very considerable changes. For instance, when the animal is young, the fluids which the tissues of the muscles contain, possess a large proportion of what is called albumen . This albumen, which is also the chief component of the white of eggs, possesses the peculiarity of coagulating or hardening at a certain temperature, like the white of a boiled egg, into a soft, white fluid, no longer soluble, or capable of being dissolved in water. As animals grow older, this peculiar animal matter gradually decreases, in proportion to the other constituents of the juice of the flesh. Thus, the reason why veal, lamb are white, and without gravy when cooked, is, that the large quantity of albumen they contain hardens, or becomes coagulated. On the other hand, the reason why beef and mutton are brown, and have gravy , is, that the proportion of albumen they contain, is small, in comparison with their greater quantity of fluid which is soluble, and not coagulable.
  • Helpful Tips on Children Theme Parties  By : Fen Tan
    Whenever you and other adults hold a party, you go through roughly the same routine: you fix dinner, you brighten up the place with simple decorations and you give away party favors that they can use and cherish for a long time. These events are formal, simple and with few or no horseplay at all. Yet, everyone goes home contented and happy.
  • Five Fish Soups  By : Kim and Charles Petty..
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  • Adults Theme Parties  By : Fen
    As you look back on your childhood years, you realize that there have been numerous times in your life that you wish you could go back to. For one, you hope that you can still enjoy get-togethers like you did when you were a kid. There's nothing more wonderful than seeing colorful decorations, eating delicious food and receiving fun party favors. Now that you're an adult, you think that you can't do all those fun stuff anymore.
  • Express Your Emotions with Chocolate Truffles  By : Michale Humpleman
    For many years,Belgian chocolate have been the perfect choice for all events. Any special celebration,from holidays to anniversaries to birthdays, is a welcome time to give and receive these presents and quite a few people across the country has given or received candys at some point in the past. The industry has become a profitable giant and earning scontinue to increase each year.
  • Enjoy the Viking Smoker Grill  By : Dave Valsunkski
    Well, it is almost that time of year again when everyone sets out to pull out their finest in grills and grilling accessories. Then again, for some people, the thrill and joy that comes with grilling cannot wait for summertime as they will step out on their porches with snow on the ground just to get a taste of what a viking smoker grill will give them in terms of taste and flavor for their most favorite foods. For the hard-core grillers, there is nothing that can stop them from pulling out their viking smoker grill.
  • Nothing Beats the Taste of Authentic Mexican Food  By : Tony Bueler
    Mexican food has become a billion business! With all the outlets combined, it is clear that Americans are enjoying the flavors of Mexican food. Food experts say Americans are acquiring more adventurous tastes, as well as cravings for new flavors and ingredients. Mexican food is an acquired taste for some, but for others it is an immediate love and sometimes even an obsession.
  • Give a Cookie Gift Basket to Someone Sweet  By : Kim Allarie
    Has someone been sweet to you? Return the favor by giving them a cookie gift basket. Cookies are a universal favorite, beloved by all ages. The variety of cookies available is endless and you'll have a lot of fun arranging and decorating this tasty treat.
  • Home Espresso Machines  By : Juan Valdez
    For so many of us, coffee is the critical fuel that gets us going each day. Even I agree that it takes no less than two cups of coffee before I am fully alert and can properly perform my daily duties.
  • Traditional Japanese Snack Food You Will Love  By : Belinda Jillie
    Many Americans are fascinated by Japanese culture. We've found a lot to love about the Japanese culture, especially when it comes to the food. If you want a Japanese flair for your party or you just want a nice Japanese snack for yourself, here are some ideas.
  • Fresh Shellfish, Great To Have For For Dinner?  By : Shannon Linnen
    Wild varieties are equally delicious. Clams are a very popular addition to pasta dishes. Hard clams, also called quahogs, live in sandy coves and can be caught when the tide is low.Fresh shellfish is a wonderful thing to eat all year round. It includes clams, scallops, mussels and more. Farm-raised cultured mussels are fresh and readily available. A great dish to enjoy with butter and garlic is stuffed quahogs. And, of course, there is always clam chowder!
  • Vegetable Recipes Your Kids Will Beg For  By : KC Kudra
    Vegetables are a great way to provide the necessary vitamins and minerals to your family. However, how many times have you told your children to eat their vegetables? Probably a lot.
  • Lobster Clambake: Not Just For The Summer  By : Shannon Linnen
    Summer is a great period for entertaining, and a very fun way to entertain is to invite your friends and family over for a clambake. Lobster and clams cooked over a fire, some exotic drinks, brightly colored decorations and appropriate music make for a great time for everybody.
  • Cake Decorating Instructions - Basic Cake Decorating Techniques  By : Yvonne Windsor
    How things have changed, cake decorating used to be so simple. You placed a candle in the middle of your cake,you smoothed over some frosting from a can on to the cake with a butter knife, and you were finished, job done.
  • Cooking Equipment for Barbeque Outdoors  By : Gayl Brown
    When you stop to consider outdoor cooking equipment for barbeque you are faced with three choices essentially:
  • Coffee Smells Wake Up The World  By : W alt Brownj
    Coffee smells wake up the world every morning and keep people awake at night. As the German Physician Leonhard Rauwolf said in 1583:
  • Risotto - An Italian Secret From The Veneto Region  By : Isabel Da Silva
    With so many different Italian food dishes it is hard to pick a favorite. However, for those who like risotto, Veneto is the region for you! Italian food varies greatly by region with each area presenting their own unique dishes and flavors.
  • How to Make Green Smoothies Taste Great  By : Gertie Terry
    Do you love smoothies? Even if you do, there's a fair chance you haven't heard about green smoothies yet. If that's true, you are really in for a treat. These things are so good, you might even be able to get your whole family eating healthier green veggies.
  • Great Outdoor Barbeques (BBQs)  By : Dave Valsunkski
    The great outdoor bbqs are a special event we all look forward too. It is also a social gathering of friends and family. It's also about that sizzling sausage, the burgers and fish dishes that go together with our grilled food. If you plan ahead you are sure to have a successful great outdoor bbq.
  • Mexican Food: Expand Your Knowledge  By : Irene Maseko
    Most traditional Mexican dishes have less fat and calories. This doesn't mean you cannot enjoy the foods served in American restaurants. You can add more healthy foods to the dish. Tomatoes are high in vitamins and have lycopene which has cancer-fighting properties. Tomatoes can be added to many Mexican dishes. Beans carry high protein and fiber. Instead of eating the beans refried, try getting them whole. It cuts back on the fat. Corn is another vegetable that is healthy in Mexican foods. It is high in vitamins and contains fiber. Adding these to your Mexican dishes will make them healthier than what you are served at Taco Bell.
  • What Are Free Online Coupons?  By : Greg83 Dash83
    If you have ever been a member to a website that offers free products or suchlike, then you will already be aware of the great benefits that they have to offer. Not only will they give you the latest free offers, and also companies that are giving away free things, but they give you the opportunity to save some money by using free online coupons. The best thing about these sites is that you are free to use the offers in any way that you wish. If you complete an offer for a free online coupon, or free item to be delivered to you personally, then you can either use them for yourself, or give them to others as gifts. Maybe this is a good thing to bear in mind when it comes to special occasions!
  • Celebrity Foods Selling Points  By : joe whyte
    Meal time should be the most relaxing part of your day, a time to reconnect with family and enjoy a wholesome meal. For many overworked and busy Americans, however, this is simply not the reality. They end up eating unhealthy, unappetizing pre-packaged meals simply because they’re quick and easy, or worse, spending a ton of money on eating out. Now, with Celebrity Foods, this doesn’t have to be the case. You can reduce stress, eat better, and even save on gas by avoiding trips to the grocery store, all while reclaiming the joy of sitting down to a home cooked meal. Here’s how you can benefit from our products and services:
  • Chinese Food  By : Kavita
    Chinese food holds a popular place among the entire population of the world. You can find a Chinese restaurant in every major city and in many smaller areas of the world as well. Why is Chinese food so popular? Is Chinese food healthy? What is the history of Chinese food?
  • The Benefits Of Food Additives  By : Charlie Reese
    Although there is a lot of controversy about food additives in certain places, for the most part they are completely safe. Additives and food have been used for a long time, and many of the most popular foods that you and me eat everyday contain at least a few of these ingredients. I had a friend who was really concerned about food additives a few years ago, and she panicked me a little bit about it. She really got me worrying. She told me that you never knew what a food additive would do to you. She believes that they weren't sufficiently studied. When I looked into the matter, however, I found that there was not that much grounds for concern. Many of the most common food ingredients, in fact, are additives. It always pays to be careful, but don't get alarmed yet!
  • The Reframing Of A Killer: Sugar Is Good  By : Kenrick Cleveland..
    I recently came across a banner ad on the internet that read: "Skip artificals. Go natural. Sugar: sweet by nature. Only 15 calories per teaspoon."
  • Food Bills Too High? These Tips Will Save You Money  By : Danek S. Kaus
    If you think you're paying more for food these days, you're right. Here are some easy ways to keep more money in your wallet.
  • The Cuisine of The Costa Tropical Andalucia Spain  By : Simon John Batchelor
    Andalucía is one of the most beautiful regions of Spain and a popular tourist destination. The mesmerizing coastline of Costa Tropical is a haven for beach lovers while the mountainous landscape with architectural delights, historical monuments, and luscious vegetations can cure any eyesore. Just like the varied landscape, the cuisine of Costa Tropical is pleasantly different.
  • Popcorn Machine Tips  By : Eric34 Rawn34
    Popcorn popper machines give fresh popcorns identical to the one that are available in the movie theaters. Old fashioned popcorn poppers are the kettle corn popper machines. The old kettle corn popper gives the same old typical fresh corn and contains the same flavor as well as taste offered in the movie theatres. Indeed resisting this taste is a tough task. But, now the same popcorns can be enjoyed at home.
  • What Is Behind The Bottled Water Home Cooler Craze?  By : Melanie Sattonfield
    More and more people in this country are bypassing the water fountain and opting to drink bottled water instead. This growing trend has been responsible for an explosion of bottled water varieties available on the market today. Many people have even stopped drinking the water from their kitchen faucets and have installed bottled water home coolers. Is this just another crazy fad, or there actually a good reason to switch from tap water to bottled water?
  • Alligator Sausage, And What It Taught Me  By : Steve Beck
    We homeschool our children, but Idaho's public school system kindly invites all kids to play sports. It's been a great experience for our children, and they've been welcomed by their public school teammates. Recently, we traveled to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho for an important softball tournament. The winning team would go on to the State Championship. The stakes were high.
  • Is There A Perfect Corporate Gift?  By : Rick London..
    The history of American retailing is wrought with genius and idiocy. We are all capable of both.
  • Thai Herb: Chili and Coriander in Thai Food  By : Wevangti
    Chili
    The popular species of chili used for cooking are hot chili, red, green and yellow chili, sweet pepper, etc. which are different in the levels of its spicy tastes.
  • Introduction to Thai Food  By : Wevangti
    Thai food is a cultural inheritance transferred to and from generations. In Thai eating culture, rice is the main component to be consumed with other supplement.
  • Know More about Italian Pasta and Pizza  By : Penny Maseko
    The most widely recognized element of Italian food today is pasta. Pasta is a signature of Italian food in all parts of the globe. It is easy to store and prepare and therefore became the ambassador of Italian food to the world. Pasta has a much older history than other common dishes in Italian food like pizza and tomato sauce.
  • Eat Healthy on the Town  By : Kenneth Surr
    Meals on the town used to be a treat. Once a month, the family would pile in the car to "give mom a break" and gather at a local restaurant. These days, however, restaurant food is an everyday fact of life for many of us. It's easy to grab a pizza or bucket of chicken on the way home from work, and picking up a sandwich at lunchtime is certainly faster than packing one in the morning.
  • A Guide To World Class Cuisine on the Web  By : Phoenix Delray
    This article tells the reader abotu fine dining website options that will show them different cooking tips for their own gourmet meals at home.
  • Oh Baby: The Baby Food Revolution  By : Mischelle Weedman Davis
    The baby food market has been growing consistently, however it has been experiencing phenomenal growth since 2003.
  • Nutrients found in strawberries  By : Laura Ng
    Known as "Queens of Fruits" and packed with powers excellent for your health, the strawberry certainly live up to its title. Want to know more about this punnet? Read on..
  • Omega 3 provider - flaxseeds  By : Laura Ng
    Flaxseeds are gaining popularity. What is flaxseed? Why is it important? Know more about its benefits and uses here..
  • Some Good Review on Italian Food  By : Irene Maseko
    When buying Italian food online it is important to look at the company's return policy. A vendor should be willing to take back any food that is spoiled or ruined upon delivery. Italian food depends on fresh ingredients and online shopping is a great way to get not only the ingredients, but whole Italian food dishes already prepared. Just make sure you don't get stuck paying for Italian food that isn't fresh. These days online Italian food companies have mastered shipping fresh food to make sure it arrives fresh at your doorstep.
  • What Parents Look For In A Family Restaurant  By : Patricia Farnham
    You have probably seen families out to eat together in various restaurants. You may have noticed that it takes place more often in some restaurants than others. This is because parents quickly discover which restaurants are designed well for families to enjoy a meal together and which ones are a nightmare. Since families often do go out to eat for a celebration or to accommodate their schedule, restaurant owner's really need to pay attention to what their needs are.
  • Jello Shots with Beer  By : mario oreilly
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  • Jello Shots Are Good  By : mario oreilly
    Making jello shots are majuscule fun for every one, level in the thinking and making of the shots can be a lot of fun. A albuminoid dig or jello attempt has e'er been a mortify hit in exerciser, night clubs, melody exerciser at internal and parties.
  • Some Great Reviews on Food Issues  By : Amanda Maseko
    With fat it's best to eat more protein and less fat and carbs at this meal because it's less likely to be stored as fat. The word fat has many meanings. Many of us assume that fat free food is actually not fattening at all. The human body is programmed to have a craving for high calorie and fat laden foods. But when turning to fat free snacks, be careful of how many calories they contain and adjust your portions accordingly. And anorexics tend to be around 15 percent below normal body weight and have a phobia about being fat and gaining weight.
  • Jello Shot Information  By : mario oreilly
    Making hydrocolloid shots are major fun for every one, equal in the thinking and making of the shots can be a lot of fun. A dainty jibe or hydrocolloid missile has always been a striking hit in exerciser, dark clubs, theme exerciser at bag and parties.
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    Making jello shots are outstanding fun for every one, flush in the provision and making of the shots can be a lot of fun. A delicacy manoeuvre or hydrocolloid dig has always been a hitting hit in exerciser, period clubs, motif bars at place and parties.
  • Jello Shot and Beer  By : mario oreilly
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  • Jello Shot Beer and Food  By : mario oreilly
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  • Jello Shot Such a Party Favourite  By : mario oreilly
    Making hydrocolloid shots are major fun for every one, flatbottom in the intellection and making of the shots can be a lot of fun. A delicacy effort or hydrocolloid slam has e'er been a demolish hit in bars, nighttime clubs, theme bars at domestic and parties.
  • Jello Shot Party Ideas  By : mario oreilly
    Making hydrocolloid shots are eager fun for every one, regularise in the thought and making of the shots can be a lot of fun. A dainty jibe or jello maneuver has ever been a humiliate hit in exerciser, nighttime clubs, motif exerciser at national and parties.
  • I Love German Wine and Food - A Mittlerhein Reisling  By : Levi Reiss
    I love German wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Germany's thirteen wine regions. This article records the results of tasting a fine Reisling wine from the southwestern region of the Mittlerhein, both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
  • I Love German Wine and Food - A Pfalz Pinot Noir  By : Levi Reiss
    I love German wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Germany's thirteen wine regions. This article records the results of tasting a fine Pinot Noir wine from the southwestern region of the Pfalz, both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
  • Jello Shot Fun  By : mario oreilly
    Making jello shots are great fun for every one, even in the preparation and making of the shots can be a lot of fun.
  • Why Did We Make Better Sausages Before?  By : Adam Marianski
    Meat technology might be considered one of a very few branches of science where progress has created a lower quality product. Today’s ham or sausage may look pretty and may have a very long storage life but its taste and flavor does not even come close to the products of the past.
  • Homemade Lobster Clambake  By : Sherry Shantel
    The clambake dates back to the days of the Pilgrims in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Settlers witnessed Native Americans cooking seafood over hot stones and seaweed and thus the famous New England clambake was born. The Lobster clambake has become a summer tradition not only in New England but also all over the country. Now, with the Internet, you can have Maine live lobster shipped from New England to anywhere in the United States.
  • The 4 Fundamentals of Proper Meal Planning  By : Jayson Hunter
    Why should we plan out our meals? The better question to ask is why not? Eating properly is much like determining how you are going to get to the next city or how you are going to pay for that new pair of shoes. You need to have a plan. Planning is essential in most everything you do nutrition included. Do you just aimlessly get in your car and start driving and hope you get to the proper desitination?
  • Jello Shot Information It Pays To Stay Informed On Jello Shots  By :
    Making jello shots are great fun for every one, even in the preparation and making of the shots can be a lot of fun. A gelatin shot or jello shot has always been a smash hit in bars, night clubs, theme bars at home and parties.
  • Why Eat Seasonally?  By : Andrea Flint
    Seasonal eating is one of the latest buzzwords to be applied to our eating habits. Is it just a passing fad, or does it really confer benefits?
  • Jello Shot  By : mario oreilly
    A gelatin shot or jello shot is always a good party favorite which entails the use of some form of alcohol
  • Coffee Gift Baskets Or Tea Gift Baskets? That Is The Question!  By : Brian F Connors
    Looking for gift ideas for people who gotta have at least one round of coffee or tea each day? Find out a strategy that will make your search a cinch to complete.
  • Alaskan Smoked Salmon - Tasty Morsels From The Sea  By : Sherry Shantel
    The Waters of Alaska are a safe haven for salmon in recent years due to fishing laws put into place to prevent such devastations as the ones in the Atlantic ocean. In the nineteenth century a majority of Salmon were pulled from the Atlantic and canned in New England to be Eagerly sent to California in the 1840s. By the mid 1860s however the roles were switched around and California canned and shipped its salmon produce off to the east!
  • Finding The Beginnings Of The Jello Shot  By : mario oreilly
    Jello Shots - Back In The Day
    How did anybody back in yester year get their Jello Shot to set properly?
  • Going Organic - Is This Really A Better Thing?  By : Cecilia Valenzuela
    This articles contains information about the definition of organic products along with shopping tips to help consumers make better choices when purchasing organic products with the USDA organic label. This article also contains factual information to better educate consumers so that they can determine if organic products are healthier for them and their families.
  • I Love French Wine And Food - A Midi Syrah  By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of France’s eleven wine regions. This article explores the Languedoc-Roussillon region of southeastern France and reviews a red Syrah wine. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love German Wine And Food - A Nahe Riesling Spatlese  By : Levi Reiss
    I love German wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Germany's thirteen wine regions. This article records the results of tasting a fine Riesling Spaetlese wine from the southwestern region of the Nahe, both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
  • I Love French Wine And Food - A Languedoc-Roussillon Pinot Noir  By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of France's eleven wine regions. This article explores the Languedoc-Roussillon region of south central France and reviews a red Pinot Noir wine. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love German Wine and Food - A Rheinhessen Liebfraumilch  By : Levi Reiss
    I love German wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Germany's thirteen wine regions. This article records the results of tasting a Liebfraumilch wine from the southwestern region of Rheinhessen, both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
  • Liquor Distillation From Wine  By : mario oreilly
    Distillation is the centuries-old process used to produce alcohol. Heat is used to separate the components of a liquid, or mash, and as vaporization takes place the vapors are cooled so they condense into neutral spirits with little color, aroma, or flavor.
  • I Love French Wine And Food - A Midi Merlot  By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of France's eleven wine regions. This article explores the Languedoc-Roussillon region of south central France and reviews a Red Merlot wine. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love German Wine And Food - A Rheinhessen Dornfelder  By : Levi Reiss
    I love German wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Germany's thirteen wine regions. This article records the results of tasting a Dornfelder red wine from the southwestern region of Rheinhessen both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
  • I Love French Wine And Food - An Alsace Pinot Blanc  By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of France's eleven wine regions. This article explores the Alsace region of northeastern France and reviews a white Pinot Blanc wine. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • I Love German Wine And Food - A Mosel Dornfelder  By : Levi Reiss
    I love German wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Germany's thirteen wine regions. This article records the results of tasting a red Dornfelder wine from the central western region of the Mosel River Valley both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
  • I Love French Wine And Food - A Bordeaux Merlot  By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of France's eleven wine regions. This article explores a red Merlot wine from Pomerol in the Bordeaux region of of southwestern France. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • The Opposing Worlds Of Coffee And Tea  By : Brian F Connors
    They say that opposites attract but there are always exceptions. Coffee and tea is one example that will never come to terms as far as public perception. Find out why!
  • I Love German Wine And Food - A Baden Pinot Noir  By : Levi Reiss
    I love German wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Germany's thirteen wine regions. This article records the results of tasting a fine Pinot Noir wine from the southeastern region of Baden, both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
  • I Love French Wine and Food - A Maconnais Chardonnay  By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of France's eleven wine regions. This article explores the Maconnais are of the Burgundy region of eastern France and reviews a white Chardonnay wine. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Food Gift Baskets Deliver In A Crunch  By : Brian F Connors
    Who doesn’t love food? Who doesn’t love a gift? Find the simple answer to getting the right food gift in the most hassle-free way.
  • I Love German Wine And Food - A Franconian Silvaner  By : Levi Reiss
    I love German wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of Germany's thirteen wine regions. This article records the results of tasting a fine Silvaner wine from the southeastern region of Franconia both on its own and with food. Was it a bargain?
  • I Love French Wine and Food - An Alsace Pinot Noir  By : Levi Reiss
    I love French wine and food so much that I am doing a series on the typical and special wines and foods of France's eleven wine regions. This article explores the Alsace region of northeastern France and reviews a red Pinot Noir wine. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Maryland Style Crab Cakes -by Chef Brian  By : Brian Ankner
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