Guide To Buying Wine Glasses

Wine Glasses Article From You've heard somewhere or read somewhere that wine must be served in the best crystal to get its full advantage, well not necessarily but there are a few basic principles to remember when choosing glasses that will help you get the best from your favorite bottle. It is true however that the appearance, smell and even the taste can be enhanced by using the proper glasses. The oldest surviving wine glass with a stem and foot are 15th ...
Read the rest of this entry »

Posted on July 6th, 2015

Mary Lee's Magic Lemon Meringue Pie

Filling 1 crumb or baked pastry 8-inch pie shell, cooled 1 can (14 ounces) Borden Sweetened Condensed Milk 1/2 cup ReaLemon Lemon Juice 1 teaspoon grated lemon peel 2 egg yolks In medium-sized mixing bowl blend together Borden Sweetened Condensed Milk, lemon juice, lemon peel and yolks until thickened. Turn into pie shell. Meringue 2 egg whites (at room temperature) 1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar 1/4 cup sugar In small-sized mixing bowl whip whites with cream of tartar until they hold a soft ...
Read the rest of this entry »

Posted on July 5th, 2015

Magic Pie Recipe

4 eggs 1/4 cup margarine 1 cup white sugar 1/2 cup flour 1/4 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon baking powder 2 cups milk or half and half 1 cup coconut 1 teaspoon vanilla Place all ingredients in blender at one time and blend until mixed together. Pour into a buttered 10-inch piepan. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 1 hour. When done, crust will be on bottom, custard in the middle, an coconut on top - right where they belong. About the author: Grab more free recipes at
Read the rest of this entry »

Posted on July 4th, 2015

Buy Fine Wine at Great Prices- A Strategy

Some years ago in a book by Lee Iacocca, who was President of Ford Motor Co. prior to taking over Chrysler Corp. and leading them out of bankruptcy, I read that Mr. Iacocca’s boss, Henry Ford II, drank two bottles of Chateau Lafite-Rothschild every day. Two bottles per day is an awful lot and wouldn‘t be advisable, but I did like the thought of drinking fine wine every day. Today, depending on the vintage, two bottles of Chateau Lafite can cost upwards of $1,000 or even more. If your name ...
Read the rest of this entry »

Posted on July 3rd, 2015

Low Fat Salmon Recipes

/p> Finding delicious low fat salmon recipes has just become easier since you found our website. There are many wonderful low fat salmon recipes that will please your palate plus the palates of your dinner guests or family. This first low fat salmon recipe uses yummy ingredients such as low or non-fat sour cream and low or non-fat mayonnaise to create a delectable creamy salmon recipe that is perfect for any occasion. For this recipe you will need:
  • 2 pounds of salmon filets,
  • ¾ cup of low
  • ...
    Read the rest of this entry »

    Posted on July 2nd, 2015

    The excellent French wine

    There are many reasons why French wine is considered to be among the most excellent wines throughout the entire world. France has been producing wine through its entire history, and has developed techniques and dedicated such a great amount of time in order to found fertile spots which are able to produce several different wines of a quality that could never be equaled at other places of the globe. Wine is part of the French culture and France cuisine would not be the same without this drink. ...
    Read the rest of this entry »

    Posted on July 1st, 2015

    Barbeque Grilling has Reached a Whole New Dimension

    i>Grilling on the barbecue has never been more exciting. Not only do barbecues come in a myriad of designs and options, but also with the advent of popular cooking shows, cooking books and magazines’, grilling has reached a whole new dimension. Grilling is no longer just about steaks and burgers, barbecue grilling is full of adventurous and elegant recipes and menu plans. Some of the tantalizing grilling ‘recipes have names like grilled mango blossom, grilled portobello’s with avocado ...
    Read the rest of this entry »

    Posted on June 30th, 2015

    What wine really is (just in case you thought you knew)

    Although millions of people across the globe enjoy wine, very few of them know exactly what it is about a particular wine that they enjoy. By understanding each of the different components of wine, you can quickly establish the parts you prefer, and therefore choose your next bottle with more confidence. Sugar Sweeter wines have more sugar than dry wines. During the fermentation process a lot of the natural fruit sugar is fermented. However, in some wines, residual (remaining) sugar may be ...
    Read the rest of this entry »

    Posted on June 29th, 2015

    Olive Varieties

    Olives no longer come only in a can or jar waiting to be slid onto a child’s fingers or dropped into an awaiting martini. Gourmet olive varieties are widely available and come in an array of flavors. Here are ten of the more common varieties of olives and a brief description of each. Green olives with herbs de Provence: This vibrant citrus flavored olive is a good match with fish and in recipes calling for sweet spices. Herbs de Provence is a delightful blend of spices that can be used in ...
    Read the rest of this entry »

    Posted on June 28th, 2015

    Olive oil, Extra Virgin or Pure

    Olives and olive oil have a long history. It has been suggested that olives and olive oil have been around as long a 6000 years. The Bible even references olive branches in the story of Noah’s Ark. It is unknown as to when people started to eat olives and their oil but its origins of use suggest that initially it was used in lamps as fuel as well as for cooking. There are two main types of olive oils, extra virgin olive oil and olive oil. The term extra virgin denotes oil that contains less ...
    Read the rest of this entry »

    Posted on June 27th, 2015