Archive for November, 2012

Demand Real Tea To Taste The Best

Friday, November 30th, 2012
By Tracey England It's no secret that the British love their tea! But do we know what really goes into every cup? If you're the type of person who accepts the standard builders tea and happily slurps away from a standard, flavourless slop that gets handed to us in a mug every morning at work then maybe it's time to think again? After all, we claim Read The Post [...]

Yummy! Healthy Holiday Side Dish Recipes!

Friday, November 30th, 2012
By Audrey and Joey Poltor Ahh, Holiday Weight Gain. Why in the world has this been something we're so willing to accept??? I suppose it's because most people set their New Year's Resolution to (once again) lose weight and get fit. I call Shenanigans on the whole situation. If you think about it, you're simply stuffing yourself like crazy for weeks Read The Post [...]

I Love Reviewing Fine Wine – An Oaked Chardonnay From Canada

Friday, November 30th, 2012
The Tawse Winery is a family-owned enterprise located on the lower slopes of the Niagara Escarpement. The Canadian Wine Access magazine named them Canadian Winery of the Year in both 2010 and 2011. They do lots of wines including two ice wines and one sparkler. Some of their wines, but not this one, are biodynamic. Their retail store and tasting bar Read The Post [...]

How to Cook With White Wine

Thursday, November 29th, 2012
Cooking with wine can be a wonderful experience, adding to and enhancing the flavours of your meal. It is also very easy to cook with wine, whether it is already included in the recipe or you fancy adding a splash to bring out those flavours. Starters The best starters to add a splash of white wine to are seafood based starters. Mussels, crab, Read The Post [...]

Transform Your Home With Kitchen Renovations

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012
By Mack Goodwin After a lengthy, hectic week at work or perhaps on an extended trip across different destinations all over the world, people tend to end up wishing to open the door to their own houses, leave all their concerns outside, and sink into their preferred corner for a healthy dose of relaxation and comfort. The favoured spot could be the Read The Post [...]

Why It Is Best To Go With A Masticating Juice Machine

Tuesday, November 27th, 2012
By Wade Anders When people would like to improve their health by natural means, they may think of choosing healthy substances, foods, or drinks to further improve their health and wellbeing. Also, it is advisable to drink juices every single day in addition to the nutritious foods and meals. Juices offer the raw and key essential compounds of a vegetable Read The Post [...]

A Wine Lover’s Near-Weekly Review Of $15 Wine – A Beaujolais Villages Nouveau, 2012 From France

Monday, November 26th, 2012
Once a marketing smash, the new wine phenomenon has become more and more of a yawn in the last several years. It's too early in the season for boring statistics, but fewer and fewer people anxiously await the third Thursday in November, once a great excuse for parties. This offering is a so-called-top-of-the-line Beaujolais Villages Nouveau. Like the Read The Post [...]

Good Vegetarian Cookbooks

Monday, November 26th, 2012
People all around the world are making changes to their diets and becoming more and more health conscious when it comes to what they eat. Obesity has been an issue for a long time in America and a lot of other countries around the world, but we as a nation are starting to address this issue. Despite a lifetime of eating meat, many people from Read The Post [...]

A Wine Lover’s Weekly Review Of $10 Wine – A French Gamay Nouveau, 2012

Saturday, November 24th, 2012
Formerly a marketing phenomenon, the coming of the new wines has turned into a virtual yawn in the last several years. I won't bore you with statistics, but an ever declining number of people wait with baited breath for the third Thursday in November, once the sign for great parties. Maybe I'm just aging. Maybe not. This offering actually comes from Read The Post [...]

Making Your Kitchen Space More Child-Friendly

Saturday, November 24th, 2012
By Sam Martin If you are like most parents, you have already taken steps to childproof your kitchen. You have installed child-safety latches on the cabinets and drawers so that your child can't get into your homewares and utensils. The oven door is secured, and the fridge may even have a latch on it. The likelihood of your child getting injured in Read The Post [...]