Indian Cuisine True Blend of Spices

<!-- @page { margin: 2cm } P { margin-bottom: 0.21cm } --> The Cuisine of India is characterized by its sophisticated and subtle use of many spices and herbs. Spices play a very important role in Indian cooking. Indian food is incomplete with out these spices. Indians readily use spice in their food, teas, drinks and even sweets not with these wonderful aromatics for their exquisite flavor. In ancient times, spices were as precious as gold; and as significant as medicines, preservatives ...
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Posted on June 3rd, 2015

A Tea Blend That Is Herbal And Organic

With US$5 billion market in the United States alone in 2003, a 500% increase in 10 years, tea is a well established industry that is quickly growing.   Tea bags, loose teas, tea shops, and gourmet teas are only a few examples of the outlets for this ever increasing number.  Though sales have been mainly rooted in the standard teas stemming from the Camelia sinensis plant (Green tea, Oolong tea, and Black tea), a vast increase in herbal and natural medicines in the western world has brought ...
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Posted on June 2nd, 2015

Your Favourite blend is Now Available Online – Gifting gets Easy!

Besides being a delectable beverage, coffee is perfect stimulant that most of us prefer to start our day with. While some of us have a liking for the coveted Philippine Civet Coffee, others may relish the toothsome flavour of the Hawaii Kona Coffee or just any other of the numerous exotic and rare coffees that exist in the world. It may happen often that you crave to taste the most sought-after Blue Mountain Coffee or Philippine Civet Coffee or any other coffee you like but because the local ...
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Posted on June 1st, 2015

Buy Cabernet Sauvignon Online - A Marvelous Blend

Buy Cabernet Sauvignon Online 1 Featuring a extensive range of over one thousand tags, Nick's wine corner can serve you ascertain that marvelous blend, for that unique social function. Handing you all the assortment your fondness hopes and more, Nick's wine corner is your one stop shop for online wine shopping. If you have a unique love for Cabernet Sauvignon, and precisely merely cannot find plenty of it, you will ensure a whopping ambit of Cabernet tags presenting you the really superfine in ...
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Posted on May 31st, 2015

Wine Tasting

Wine Tasting Component I: Look The first step you have to undertake in wine tasting is visual. 1. Fill up the glass up to 1/3 of its volume; never fill it more than half; 2. Hold the glass by the stem. Initially you may find this too pretentious but there are good reasons for it: а) by doing it this way you can actually observe the wine in it; b) this will keep your fingerprints off the bowl; в) the heat from your palm will not change the temperature of the wine. There’s a good ...
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Posted on May 30th, 2015

Wine racks are great for all your bottle storage needs

Love to collect fine wine? Consider wine racks for storage of your hobby, from one bottle or more. Made of many different types of materials they make keeping track of your bottle supply very easy. And many designs add flair to any room they are displayed in. Let's take a look at some styles and materials of wine racks to enhance your kitchen and your whole house. Wood Wine Racks Wine racks made of wood are a very popular choice. Made in many shapes and sizes they are light weight and of ...
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Posted on May 29th, 2015

Wine Making and Home Brewing

When it comes to making alcoholic beverages at home, wine making and home brewing is considered sort of a 'niche' market. You either know how to do it or you don't! This is very hard to believe as wine making and home brewing has been going on for thousands of years. Just recently it was confirmed that wine making was invented in Cyprus rather than western Europe. As we still discover the facts about the history, what about the present? Why is wine making and home brewing such a 'taboo' subject ...
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Posted on May 28th, 2015

The First Rule of Wine Drinking

Don’t listen to what all the self appointed wine buffs and wine snobs say – it’s what you like that counts. It’s not what Mr X, Mrs Y or Sommelier Z says but what you personally enjoy that matters when it comes to wine. Taste is individual to you and must always be treated as such. If you like really •unsophisticated” sweet German wines such as those 70s standards Liebfraumilsch or Hock (which incidentally almost put a whole generation off drinking wine) then that’s great. ...
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Posted on May 27th, 2015

Fast Food Drastically Kills Gut Bacteria That Promote Healthy Weight

1STEven die-hard fast food fans know by now that it isn't a healthy diet move. The saturated fat, the excess salt, sugar and likelihood of artificial ingredients all increase your risk of developing a number of health issues, especially if you consume fast food regularly.And now, there's even more compelling evidence for avoiding the stuff. According to new research, regularly eating fast food for just one week can kill as much as one-third of the healthy gut bacteria, crucial not just for ...
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Posted on May 26th, 2015

Top tips for choosing a rooibos tea blend

As any health conscious beverage drinker will know, rooibos tea is one of the most effective and natural teas available, with no caffeine and a wide range of health benefits to be enjoyed in every cup. Grown in South Africa, with the scientific name of Aspalathus linearis, rooibos means 'red bush' in the local Afrikaans dialect. This tea is known for its powerful antioxidants and health properties which are also found in regular Camellia sinensis tea plants, such as polyphenols, the ...
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Posted on May 26th, 2015