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Champagne and Sparkling Wine: Are they the Same?
Saturday, 04 January 2014
To a lot of people, sparkling wine and Champagne refer to one and the same wine but in actuality, they are a bit different from each other in a lot of ways. Champagne is a type of sparkling wine that originates...
Health Benefits of Red Wine Consumption
Thursday, 27 December 2012
Red wine consumption has been recognized by some experts as an approach for fighting heart disease. However, do these claims really have medical basis? The primary benefit of drinking moderate amount of...
Pork, Plantains and a President
Tuesday, 13 November 2012
The election is over. We have all learned the platforms and patience of all our friends & family with social media rants and posts.  We have discuss, argued and have used political satire and...
Saturday, 03 November 2012
Argentina is the world's fifth largest wine producer, after Italy, France, Spain and the US. It is best known for it's red Malbec grape variety, which was introduced to the country by Spanish Conquistadors...
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Once again the popular international food festival, known as "Taste Santo Domingo 2012," will be hosted...
They mixed their own diet of rice, pork, beef, garlic and onions with the native food of pre Columbian...
In America, people love to spend time in community eating good food and talking about all aspects of...

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