For those who want to serve a drink to pump up autumn, you need to know how to pasteurize apple cider. Apple cider is a drink that’s made of fermented apple juice. There are two types of apple cider. They are hard and sweet cider. Hard cider is the one that contains alcohol. The alcohol […]
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Talking about food, Dunkin Donuts allergens can be one of the interesting topics to discuss. As the famous brand, Dunkin Donuts provides great quality. There are various tastes and other variants to try. However, actually there are also some allergens in the menus, and it can be some problems in enjoying the menu offered. Some […]
For those who are about to do an observation towards the chicken, you might need these chicken wing dissection lab answers. Before going further, have you ever heard chicken wing dissection? Or, have you ever done the dissection when you were in school? For your information, chicken wing dissection is a procedure that’s done to […]
Barilla pasta gay became an issue when the top company in pasta market mixed what should be privacy for public or commercial use. At first, the company launched advertisement showed that pasta is not for gay families. That ad gave significant impact to family or people who feel uncomfortable with such message. What is difference […]
You can see the variants of Hot Pepper Jelly Cheltenham menu if you are coming to the place. If you are looking for an affordable dining place where you can have a flexible option while enjoying going family time and relaxed vibe, this is one of the best spots in Cheltenham. Of course, it would […]
Remember the Play-Doh Fuzzy Pumper Barber and Beauty Shop crazy hair growing set from the 1970’s? Well, after two years of collecting dust on the shelf, I finally whipped out my spiralizer and flashed back to the 70’s while making zucchini noodles. Fun times! Check out my food column in The Daily Sentinel for more […]
You may have seen, heard or read some of the hype surrounding the One Book, One Mesa County book selection this year. If not, you should look in to it. I was excited to hear that the book for 2016 was a culinary read — “Kitchens of the Great Midwest” by J. Ryan Stradal — […]
Thanksgiving, check! Now on to Christmas, oh my! There are 12 months in a year, and we cram the two most festive holiday events into less than 30 days. Is this torture or what?
When many people think of lavender, they envision purple flowers, soap, oils and candles. When I think of lavender, I think lemonade, cookies, and creme brûlée. No surprise right?