Archive for September, 2014

How To Check Your Kitchen Range For Gas Leaks

Thursday, September 25th, 2014
By Graham Brightwell The natural gas that makes your kitchen range work has no odour in its natural form. During the process of refining the gas, a chemical known as Mercaptan is added to the gas for it to have a distinctive odour for safety purposes. A gas leak could pose danger, but not all leaks emits gas in big quantities enough to be detected Read The Post [...]

Wonderful and Inexpensive Soups For Fall

Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
By Samantha Knowles Soup is one of the most versatile foods. It is especially perfect for the fall season. There are some old favorites that are delicious and well known. Then there are also some unique and less well-known soups to try. These new soups are wonderful to get cozy with when the weather begins to turn cool. Try some of these ideas when Read The Post [...]

Wonderful Mustard Ideas- Many That Will Surprise

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014
By Samantha Knowles Mustard is a versatile and well-loved topping for many types of foods. It goes well with almost any meat or vegetable, as well as any food needing a bit of a kick. The following ideas will give you some inspiration if your meals need something extra special. 1. Maple Mustard Glaze If you are looking for a mustard sauce for Read The Post [...]

The Revolution That California Wines Brought To The World

Thursday, September 4th, 2014
By Jack Terry It's always tough to be the newcomer. Everybody is quick to dismiss them because they don't have the same pedigree and history. In schoolyard taunting terms, they haven't proven themselves. Making the rookies prove themselves is a staple of every organized sport. Now, if the newcomer already has a reputation as a blustery blowhard, Read The Post [...]