Archive for October, 2012

I Love Kosher Wine – A Cabernet Sauvignon From Napa County

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
A while ago we reviewed a Kosher Sauvignon Blanc from the famous Sonoma County, California. Its producer, Weinstock Cellars, had no web site. Here we reviewing a Kosher Cabernet Sauvignon from next door, the even more famous Napa County. Same producer, same absence of a web site. Their distributor, Royal Wines, had very little to say about the Winery. Read The Post [...]

I Love Reviewing Fine Wine – A Oaked Chenin Blanc Signed South Africa

Tuesday, October 30th, 2012
Chenin Blanc is South Africa's signature white grape. Because I have had a lot of luck with South African wines I thought I go beyond my usual budget. I was attracted by the 93 that I saw on the shelf. Jacques Malan left France for South Africa in 1688. His descendants own 210 hectares (over 500 acres) in the Mediterranean climate of Stellenbosch, about Read The Post [...]

Easy To Bake Easy To Make Pizza

Monday, October 29th, 2012
Copyright © 2012 Interestingly, this is another one of those tasty, easy baking treats which has an altering history. That is to say, this lovely dish or meal, started out very different from the pizzas we know and love today. After all, these days we all know pizzas as this bread-like dish, topped with sauce, vegetables, Read The Post [...]

A Wine Lover’s Weekly Guide To $10 Wine – A Kosher Cabernet Sauvignon Signed France

Monday, October 29th, 2012
Not very long ago we reviewed a French Kosher wine costing less than $10. Now we are reviewing the same producer's Cabernet Sauvignon. As you may remember, the Skalli family started in the wine business during the 1920s in Algeria. From Corsica they went to southern France in 1961, where they were among the first to produce single variety wines instead Read The Post [...]

Easy To Make Easy To Bake Crepes

Sunday, October 28th, 2012
Copyright © 2012 Crepes (or as the French say, crêpes), the simple, elegant and delicious thin pancakes from France. Crepes Suzette are a must in American fine dining and you can get all the crepes you can possibly imagine in one of France's thousands of Crêperies. But you don't need to be a master chef to create this Read The Post [...]

The Difference Between The Good And The Bad BBQ

Saturday, October 27th, 2012
Choosing a BBQ means having to invest a lot of time and money finding the one that is right for you and your needs. With any other purchases made, we expect top quality and have high expectations; the end result is crucial. Making that right decision is critical in order to avoid disappointment later on down the line. If you are relatively new to the Read The Post [...]

Tips On Choosing Your Cutlery Sets

Saturday, October 27th, 2012
You're having a wedding so you're now thoroughly deciding on the items that you'll be employing to your life as partners. You'll soon be living as an independent adult, so you're presently storing up on sensible things to celebrate your self-sufficiency. You have finally moved on, and one of several initial things to do would be to complete the necessities Read The Post [...]

Are Wood Fired Ovens A Good Fit For Your Kitchen?

Saturday, October 27th, 2012
By Jim Cooke The optimal oven type is founded on purpose and not necessarily looks or other attributes. Wood fired oven styles are rather old and have been the preferred technique for producing Pizza for a long time. The idea of preference naturally leads to preference for whom? Does the cook prefer this arrangement or the individual consuming the Read The Post [...]

A Wine Lover’s Weekly Guide To $10 Wines – A Sauvignon Blanc From South Africa

Friday, October 26th, 2012
I definitely wanted today's low-cost wine to be a South African Chenin Blanc to accompany its more expensive tasting partner. I looked for an inexpensive example of that nation's signature white grape. But I couldn't find any so I had to be satisfied with a more international grape. This bottle is carries the Wine of Origin Western Cape appellation, Read The Post [...]

Features and Unique Uses of a Stainless Steel Range Hood

Friday, October 26th, 2012
By Annanya Stewart You will find that in most homes, you will see a stainless steel range hood. These can be found in the kitchen over the stove. There are a number of different uses for these kinds of hoods. Typically, these hoods are used to remove the smoke out of an area when someone is cooking. These also help to make sure that the kitchen area Read The Post [...]