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Learning about water treatment from Israel

Learning about water treatment from Israel

Did you know? Israel leads the world in water purification? It’s a little known fact; all the questions and answers are right there for the taking. While the United States deals with sinkholes and works out efforts to protect and revitalize water supplies, our friends in Israel, politics aside, have...

You wine too much. There's an app for that!

You wine too much. There's an app for that!

Gone are the days when the fashionable gift was a book in which one could dry and press wine labels to help remember what they liked and what would be best as a cheapo gift. Now, with digital this and digital that, APPS are all the rage. Our cyber...

Crusta Moves

Crusta Moves

Alcohol archaeologists have worked hard to uncover old recipes that our great grand daddies used to drink and some shocking revelations lurk within the histories of Drink. What we know to be a cocktail didn’t originally cover all hard alcohol drinks, only some of them. In addition, drinking a fancy...

Making Hibiscus Tea

Making Hibiscus Tea

Next time you’re around the tropics, treat yourself to about ten hibiscus flowers. After a few days drinking the fragrant tea, you could be lowering your blood pressure, boosting your immune system and, some suggest, lowering your cholesterol. Hibiscus tea can be made from dried flowers too – so maybe...

@farmrgirl for KitchenTNT

@farmrgirl for KitchenTNT

Let’s face it, we’ve all had wet bottoms at the bar and been embarrassed when we lift for a drink, and along comes horrible, conversation-altering shreds of the paper napkin we used as a coaster. That condensation can be beat with a little luck and simple trick.

It’s not everyday...

Porteree Beer Cocktail

Porteree Beer Cocktail

With unholy heat comes unholy rain. I’d say there’s no better way to send Summer straight to hell than to tap into that bottle of Limoncello you’ve been hanging on to since graduation. By itself, Limoncino or Limoncello is an acquired taste; with porter, it becomes a taller acquired taste.

Not...

The first of some Friday Beer Cocktails

The first of some Friday Beer Cocktails

Like lighter beers? Like a little kick of spice? Then meet the rarely mentioned Michelada. A Mexican ditty made with hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, lime and ice. Basically, you already have this stuff; so it’s a breeze in a glass.

For Summer and the coming beastly heat,...

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