Hosting A Wine Tasting Party

Written by Benjamin Bicais


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Forrepparttar initial tasting, pour a small amount in each guest's glass. Refrain from pouring full glasses until every wine has been tasted to avoidrepparttar 113180 cloud of inebriation onrepparttar 113181 senses.

Provide some neutral flavored foods for your guests. Make sure this does not interfere or clash withrepparttar 113182 wine tasting. Don't serve blue cheese if you are tasting Pinot Blancs. Try bread or crackers and a mild, white cheddar or brie.

Paper and pencils are necessary for your guests to write notes and preferences. If you regularly taste withrepparttar 113183 same group, you may want to use a designated notebook as well as articulate some additional guidelines and procedures forrepparttar 113184 tasting notes. This will create and ongoing reference point and perspective as your tastes develop.



Benjamin Bicais lives in the Napa Valley and is the webmaster of http://www.california-wine-tours-and-accessories.com


Gas Grills Often Turn Out Dangerous

Written by Laura Ciocan


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* Jenn-Air Downdraft Gas Cooktops produced by Maytag Corp., of Newton, Iowa. o November 18: 1,170 units were recalled. o Cause: switches are located too close torepparttar gas tubing that leads torepparttar 113179 grill burner. The produced electrical arch represents a fire hazard. o Reports: 4 reports - fire catching during use as a result of a gas leak, no injuries. * Five-burner Vermont Castings barbeque grills produced by CFM Corporation, Canada. o November 10: 12,500 units were recalled. o Cause: gas leak and fire hazard. o Reports: 38 reports - gas leaks, but no injuries or property damage. * Beefmaster Explorer Outdoor Gas Grill produced by Nexgrill Industries, Inc., of Walnut, Los Angeles County. o October 21: 10,000 units were recalled. o Cause: when adjustingrepparttar 113180 gas pressure regulatorrepparttar 113181 label onrepparttar 113182 valve can become positioned so consumers cannot see what it indicates, thus it could be left on by mistake. o Reports: 2 reports gas leaks but no injuries or property damage.

And these are only few ofrepparttar 113183 dangerous products reported lately. A little too many, aren't they? So, how come that so many inappropriately manufactured products get to reachrepparttar 113184 stores and finallyrepparttar 113185 consumers?

Laura Ciocan writes for http://www.natural-gas-grills.info where you can find articles, buying tips and reviews of popular gas grills.

Please feel free to use this article in your Newsletter or on your website. If you use this article, please include the resource box and send a brief message to let me know where it appeared; mailto:lauracio@gmail.com


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