Archive for November, 2013

A Wine Lover’s Weekly Guide To $10 Wine – A Mass Market Australian Rose

Friday, November 29th, 2013
We are going to the New South Wales region of Australia, in a sense following in the footsteps of Filippo and Maria Casella who immigrated there from Sicily in 1957. These third generation Italian winemakers purchased a farm in the Riverina region of New South Wales in 1965 and a mere four years later opened what is now Australia's largest family-owned Read The Post [...]

Want To Know The Secrets To Brewing Delicious Coffee? Read This Article!

Thursday, November 28th, 2013
By Wendy Miller What ingredients are needed for a great cup of coffee? Though each person has preferences that differ from others, it is always good to be familiar with what your choices are. This article will give you some great advice for making the best possible cup of coffee. Do not leave your coffee open any longer than necessary. While preparing Read The Post [...]

Master The Art Of Wine With These Great Suggestions

Thursday, November 28th, 2013
By Wendy Miller From the soil to the glass, there is a lot of work which goes into a bottle of wine. Knowing all you can about wine means enjoying it more than ever. This article has a ton of tips and tricks to make your own wine drinking a much more enjoyable pastime. Attend as many wine tastings that you can during the course of the year. This Read The Post [...]

How To Maintain Your Kitchen Stove To Ensure It Runs In Tip Top Condition

Thursday, November 28th, 2013
By Coby McGibbons The purchase of a kitchen appliance is meant to be a long term investment, and a stove is no exception. Once you've chosen a stove that will fit the needs of your lifestyle, the next step is learning how to maintain it in peek working condition. How to maintain your kitchen stove to ensure it runs in tip top condition isn't nearly Read The Post [...]

Healthy Ready To Eat Meals That Are Good For You

Thursday, November 28th, 2013
Trying to find healthy ready to eat meals on the supermarket shelves can be difficult if you don't know what to look for. How do you tell which ready to eat meals are good for you as well as tasty. The labels on packaged foods can be misleading and advertising companies use words that sound good, but on further investigation you will find that they Read The Post [...]

Healthy Ways To Cook Chicken Dishes

Thursday, November 28th, 2013
Cooking light is the new way of enjoying food that is good for you, as well as nutritional, without the added fat and calories. The body requires protein to regulate growth and the healthy development of muscles, organs and all other parts of the body. One of the best sources of protein comes from chicken, and finding healthy ways to cook chicken will Read The Post [...]

Tips for Taking Healthy Cooking Lessons

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013
If you have already committed to a fitness regimen, there is no reason to keep eating those unhealthy foods. After all, what good are you doing if you run six miles and then go get a value meal from the drive-through? Instead, complement that new fitness plan with a healthy meal plan too. This is where healthy cooking lessons come in handy, because Read The Post [...]

Five Healthy Microwave Cooking Meals

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013
Although the majority of homes now have microwaves, most people do not know how to use them for healthy microwave cooking. Most people tend to use them for defrosting, and warming up food that has come out of a tin, which due to the high salt content it is not very healthy. Microwaves allow for food to be cooked efficiently and quickly, and many of Read The Post [...]

A Wine Lover’s Guide To The White Marsanne And Roussanne Grapes

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013
The white Marsanne grape variety was first noted in southeastern France. It is found in the northern Rhone Valley of southeastern France, in the Valais region of Switzerland, and in California, where it is a minor grape. Half of the world's Marsanne grapes are planted in the Golburn Valley of southeastern Australia. Marsanne's deep colored juice has Read The Post [...]

The Home Cook Hates Food Preparation (And How To Solve The Food Preparation Problem)

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013
If you are anything like me you are super busy and you hate preparing food. I am always looking for ways to chop and dice fast and easy. Just recently I was chopping some apples for rustic apple pies and simply got bored with the whole process, silly me I ended up eating a quarter of what I should have been putting into the mixture (before it was Read The Post [...]