Archive for the ‘Fluid Dynamics’ Category

Keeping Your Opened Wine Fresher Longer

Saturday, April 25th, 2015
It is not always practical to finish every bottle of wine the same time that you open it. Maybe you just want one glass when you come home from work, or during a dinner party, there was a special bottle that you wanted some people to taste. Whatever the reason, now that the bottle is open, you are working against time to make sure that the wine stays Read The Post [...]

White Wine Can Be The Right Wine All The Time

Tuesday, March 31st, 2015
A lot of people are put off by wine because of all the restrictions and rules they think it has. They are told that you can only drink certain wines with specific foods, or that there are some wines you can only drink during certain times of the year. It is true that some wines are better suited to particular foods than others, and there are a very Read The Post [...]

Making Local Wines Part of Your New Dining Experiences

Monday, December 22nd, 2014
One of the most popular trends in dining over the last several years has been the "localvore" movement. Basically put, it is a concerted effort for people to buy as much of their food from local producers. There are a number of benefits to this practice, but what many of these people don't know is that they can do the same thing with their wine as well. Read The Post [...]

Creating a Holiday Wine Cellar For Your Seasonal Soiree

Wednesday, November 26th, 2014
It's official. The ugly holiday sweater party has run its course. It was fun while it lasted, but nobody really wants to see the hideous design your Aunt Mabel created for you again this year. It's time to come up with a new theme for your holiday party, one that is different and engaging. Wine is becoming more popular with every year, and since it Read The Post [...]

Finding Your Way Around The Many Lands Of Wine Country

Thursday, November 6th, 2014
By Jack Terry No matter what it is that you are looking to experience, whether it is a certain type of food, a particular style of architecture or art, or the perfect vacation, there is always going to be that one place that everyone says you have to go to have the best. These places become almost mythological the way people talk about them (even 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 [...]

Make Healthy and Tasty Juices Straight From Your Own Kitchen!

Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
Fresh juice is a tasty healthy treat. Get more from your fruit and vegetables with a masticating juicer. These juicers use a more gentle approach to bringing out the juice, which helps to keep more nutrients in the liquid. In addition, the juice has a longer storage life. When you are juicing apples, pick the sweetest and ripest ones you can find. Read The Post [...]

Tea Grading – Is It Complicated? – Well Yes – a Bit!

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014
By David Hugonin Many people are confused by the grading abbreviations often seen when buying tea and even when they find out what the abbreviations stand for, they still don't quite comprehend what it all means. The tea industry makes no real effort to explain so this short article is intended to explain some of the most popularly used abbreviations Read The Post [...]

A Wine Lover’s Weekly Guide To $10 Wines – A Popular Merlot From Australia

Thursday, March 6th, 2014
Over the past several years we have reviewed lots of Merlots, and lots of Australian wines including a few from a giant wine producer, Lindeman's. This winery was founded in by a physician who believed in the health powers of wine. His popular line of nine varietals sell an almost unbelievable one million bottles a week. Our companion wine is a Kosher Read The Post [...]

How to Get A Perfect Cup of Coffee

Tuesday, March 4th, 2014
By Samantha Knowles The key to making a really good cup of coffee does not need to be complicated, nor does it require expensive machines, or a trip to Starbucks every morning. If you follow these simple rules, you will be on your way to that perfect cup of coffee. The best model for making super coffee (and I am quite the coffee expert) is to Read The Post [...]