Archive for September, 2011

A Wine Lover’s Near Weekly Guide To $15 Wines – An Unoaked Chardonnay From South Africa

Friday, September 30th, 2011
We have recently reviewed a lot of Chardonnays whose prices run from about $7 to the mid-fifties. Today's wine is a kosher South African Chardonnay well within the $15 price range. The companion wine is an inexpensive Chardonnay from Chile. Backsberg Cellars was chosen as one of the Top 100 Wineries of the Year by Wine and Spirits Magazine (New York). Read The Post [...]

The Benefits of Organic Food

Friday, September 30th, 2011
Food is changing. There is a return to all natural foods, from farm to table, instead of the cheap processed food products, subsidized by the government during the 20th century to allow Americans to eat affordably. Today food is more expensive, especially locally grown food, due to the labor the farmers put in, which you can taste - free of pesticides Read The Post [...]

The Top 5 Bread Machines

Friday, September 30th, 2011
There is certainly nothing like the taste of fresh loaves of bread. With the credit crunch biting plus the cost of products increasing, perhaps you may have thought about producing your own bread. Homemade bread is much more healthy when compared to shop bought bread. on the other hand it can be quite a trouble to make by yourself. Which is exactly Read The Post [...]

Sharing The Kitchen With Those Who Eat Gluten Free Food

Friday, September 30th, 2011
Those with families or who live with roommates know that the kitchen can be a hazardous zone for people with a gluten allergy. Cross contamination can be difficult to avoid if you're not careful. But just like you don't want to walk into a kitchen with nothing but gluten rich foods, your family doesn't necessarily want to be forced into eating nothing Read The Post [...]

Learn The Cool Features Of A Keurig Coffee Maker

Friday, September 30th, 2011
There are many different choices available when it comes to coffee machines. They are for sale in so many different styles, sizes, and brands. If you use k cups or Keurig cups, your choices are much fewer. A k cup is a single serving of coffee that has recently become hugely popular. Everything is contained in the pre packaged cup for easy use and disposal. Read The Post [...]

Find Out The History Of Kefir And The Way It’s Created

Friday, September 30th, 2011
Kefir is in fact a fermented milk drink that originally began with shepherds coming from the Northern Caucasus area, who discovered that fresh milk maintained in leather-based bags could sometimes ferment in to an bubbling and foaming drink. It is made by inoculating goat, sheep, or cow's milk with kefir grain. Traditional kefir was created in skin Read The Post [...]

Where Would You Rather Be Dining?

Friday, September 30th, 2011
A lot of time is spent eating. And if not eating, then thinking about what you're going to eat, where you're going to eat and who you're going to eat with. Depending on your mood, budget and timeframe you might opt for anything from classy Asian fusion cooking in a trendy restaurant with a great cocktail bar to a burger shack around the corner from Read The Post [...]

Why Would I Want A Water Softener?

Friday, September 30th, 2011
Most people who enjoy the benefits of a water softener would never choose to go back to hard water. Once they get used to water than gives a luxurious lather, ensures soft towels and clothing, keeps chrome surfaces shiny and glass sparkling, it is very difficult to go back to hard water. If you live in a hard water area without a water softener you Read The Post [...]

Getting the Roast Right

Thursday, September 29th, 2011
Coffee cherries are red and are picked by hand from the coffee tree at the plantation. Machinery cannot be used to harvest the coffee cherries as the coffee plant is unusual in that a typical branch will contain both ripe and unripe berries at the same time. New berries continue to grow and ripen at different times. These berries contain the coffee Read The Post [...]

Deciding On The Appropriate Sink For The Kitchen

Wednesday, September 28th, 2011
Any sort of modern day kitchen area just isn't complete without a kitchen sink! In spite of most up-to-date kitchen areas combining dishwashers, the kitchen sinks is always an element of any kitchen design, due to it is easy use for cleaning dishes, and also giving you a fresh indoor water supply for drinking. Kitchen sinks may be built from many Read The Post [...]