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  • The Wood Fired Oven For Professional Chefs Changes in Tastes  By : Dean McAllister
    This peice goes over the emerging trend of wood fired pizza ovens in restaurants and the benefits they can provide to a restaurant.
  • The History Of The BBQ  By : Jackson Clarke
    It would be rather just to state that, love and appreciation aside, not many of us are fully aware of the BBQ with one half arguing its origins to have stemmed from Australia whilst the other half fight the American argument but just where did the Barbeque come from?
  • Factors Affecting Potash Stock  By : Adrianna Noton
    While many people may wonder what is potash, some base a good part of their lives following its every move Potash is a mineral that was created when ancient seas evaporated, leaving huge quantities deep within the earth's crust
  • The Salt Conundrum, Is Salt Healthy or Not  By : Chris Rawstern
    Salt has been painted the villain in the goal of good health. The U.S. government recommends lowering salt intake to prevent myriad health issues, such as heart attack, high blood pressure and stroke, to name a few we all recognize. Salt is a natural substance. Our blood actually contains 0.9 percent of salt.
  • Mexican Food  By : Kelley Wilson
    Mexican food offers something for everyone no matter how persnickety they may be There are many different types of dishes from those that are very light to those that are very filling and wholesome
  • Mexican Restaurant  By : Kelley Wilson
    Everyone loves a good Mexican restaurant The food is hot and spicy and it is drawing in more and more people from all over the world
  • Drought In The United States: A Brief Look At This Event  By : Sarah Simmons
    According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the United States is experiencing its most severe drought in over 50 years. In this article we will explore some of the causes and the subsequent consequences that it has on agriculture.
  • Best Catering Options For a Wedding  By : Felix Chesterfield
    Wedding are joyous occasions celebrating the bond that two people have for each other They are a chance to surround the couple with friends and families and start a marriage on a terrific note
  • Catering Your Corporate Event  By : Felix Chesterfield
    Finding the right caterer for your corporate event can be a challenging task Corporate events, almost by definition, involve a much larger scale than something along the lines of a cocktail party or a mixer
  • Different Styles of Barbecue  By : Felix Chesterfield
    Few foods are as American as barbecue There is some dispute as to where it originated, but no other culture as embraced it and put its own stamp on it like the good ole USA
  • Healthy Smoothies, Healthy Fast Food  By : Lee Holden
    How long have you been looking for some really delicious and satisfying recipes that can be made in minutes? These days people are so busy but at the same time highly aware of eating the right foods. Well I have found that healthy smoothies will do just that. They are healthy, delicious, filling, completely portable and quick to prepare. This is the way to eat well and still keep up with all the demands of every day life. Try it, it works.
  • Banquet Chairs: Are They Ideal For Most Events Or Should You Choose Something Else?  By : Ron Timbus
    Knowing the use of an accurate chair in any event is very crucial for the comfort of the guests and the success of an event. Here we tell you about the use of banquet chairs in events to be the perfect choice or not.
  • The British And American BBQ Love  By : Jackson Clarke
    I could very much sit here and argue both sides in an untoward manner and as a Brit myself, scream at the top of my lungs that we Brits do it better! However it might be important to take a rather critical look at the statement in question.
  • Finding the Best Mexican Food in Houston  By : Dominik Hussl
    The best Mexican food can be found right here on the world wide web The authentic South American cuisine is just a click away
  • Looking For Mexican Food Near Me  By : Kelley Wilson
    With all the options available today, many folks ask, "Where can I find good quality Mexican food near me" While the answer to that intriguing question is often subjective, truth is most individuals make a decision based on preference for the dishes and the service
  • The Difference Between The Good And The Bad BBQ  By : Jackson Clarke
    Choosing a BBQ means having to invest a lot of time and money finding the one that is right for you and your needs. With any other purchases made, we expect top quality and have high expectations; the end result is crucial. Making that right decision is critical in order to avoid disappointment later on down the line.
  • Good Wine Shops Offer a Nice Variety of Classic Wines  By : chickie maxwell
    Whether you are a wine connoisseur or have just started your journey into the world of wine, good wine shops are the ideal place to visit when looking for a variety of classic wines A fine wine is a feast for the senses, hence the wine experts' technique of staring at the wine, swirling it in the glass, smelling the aroma, and finally swishing it in their mouth
  • Gluten Free My Story  By : Chris Rawstern
    I was asked to make foods for a Princess Party at the local museum. It was to be for young girls from tiny tots to teens (with an accompanying Queen) to learn about what it meant to be a princess in real life. Things they were shown were pictures of real princesses from past and present, and talks presented on the rigors of growing up a princess.
  • Gluten Free Just the Facts Ma am  By : Chris Rawstern
    Gluten Free

    This is a popular term these days. What does it mean? Why is it so popular. A gluten free diet is used to treat celiac disease (an autoimmune disease triggered by gluten), along with wheat allergies, and non celiac gluten sensitivity. What is gluten, you may ask. What does it mean to be gluten free.
  • The Lure Of The BBQ  By : Jackson Clarke
    The exact origins of the barbeque are unknown however many argue that it was a method of slow cooking invented by the people of West Indies and embraced and expanded by the people of the United States during migration but why are we in the UK not doing enough to be drawn in by the lure of the BBQ?
  • The Best Ocala Caterers Meant For You  By : sig4c601ki
    When it comes to planning your Ocala FL event, it's important to get the right caterers. There are various catering companies in Ocala to pick from and Local Catering can help. Fill out the form on the top part of the home page to getting a quote for Ocala FL catering service.
  • Shop Online for the Best in Gourmet Food  By : chickie maxwell
    If you're a gourmet food lover, you've probably faced some challenges at some point in your desire for culinary cuisine Perhaps you live in an area where having access to the right ingredients is difficult
  • Easy To Bake Easy To Bake Crepes  By : Shontelle Yew
    Crepes (or as the French say, crêpes), the simple, elegant and delicious thin pancakes from France. Crepes Suzette are a must in American fine dining and you can get all the crepes you can possibly imagine in one of France's thousands of Crêperies. But you don't need to be a master chef to create this secret to easy baking.
  • Ideas for the Best Brunch Meals  By : Adrianna Noton
    The best brunch meals are those that are geared to your personal family or particular social circle and what appeals to them The term itself brings to mind a leisurely social setting where people look forward to getting together over good food
  • The Myths Of Camping Meals  By : James Motor
    When planning a camping trip; one of the major concerns surrounding campers; particularly if traveling with family is that of food and the difficulty that camping meals often face. Issues surrounding food can be rather crucial, especially when young children are involved as dietary needs and requirements must be looked after to the best of standards
  • Donuts and Coffee? Yes, Please!  By : Audrey and Joey Poltor
    More Healthy Snacks! Healthy Fall Breakfast, the stuff you need to know so that you can enjoy life while being healthy!
  • Are Wood Fired Ovens A Good Match For Your Restaurant?  By : Jim Cooke
    This article discusses the benefits a proprietor can get from purchasing a wood fired pizza oven.
  • Easy To Bake Easy To Make Pizza  By : Shontelle Yew
    Interestingly, this is another one of those tasty, easy baking treats which has an altering history. That is to say, this lovely dish or meal, started out very different from the pizzas we know and love today. After all, these days we all know pizzas as this bread-like dish, topped with sauce, vegetables, fish, meat, poultry and more often than not includes cheese as well.
  • Top Things To Do With a Lazy Sunday  By : Danilo Terrell
    Everyone loves Sundays. While both Saturdays and Sundays alike count as weekend and give you free reign to spend them as you wish (rather than in a stuffy office), only Sunday has the benefit of being classed as a 'day of rest' and of having all the shops closed.
  • Valentines Gifts For Him / Her  By : Lana Glass
    Valentine's Day is not just for those in love, for those who are married and anyone looking to express their love to their beloved This day if often chosen to propose to their girl, or ask for a girl's hand in marriage
  • Popular Dishes in Japanese Food  By : Larry Lim
    Japanese food is becoming increasingly more popular in the United States A surge in sushi restaurants shows how popular Japanese food is becoming
  • Remember, Remember the 5th of November  By : Tracey England
    'Remember, remember the 5th of November. Gunpowder treason and plot. We see no reason why gunpowder treason should ever be forgot!' This has to be the most popular version of the 17th Century event which rocked England's establishment and ever since has been taught in primary schools across the country and memorised by every school child ever since!
  • Review of Nestor Miranda Casa Miranda Cigars  By : Kelley Wilson
    Another great offering from Nestor Miranda, Casa Miranda is a brand that has received rave reviews from the connoisseurs who have tried this smoke This luxurious offering is made in the United States and they are very proud of this fact
  • The History Of Pumpkin Pie  By : Angie Carden
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  • Cinnamon in the Cupboard – Real or Imposter?  By : Chris Rawstern
    I have a bone to pick about cinnamon. How many of you really know what spice you have in your cupboards? Are you sure it really is cinnamon? We in the U.S. are having the wool pulled over our eyes about cinnamon. What we commonly know in the U.S. as “cinnamon” is actually Cassia (cinnamomum aromaticum). It is a relative of true cinnamon, but not the real thing. The rest of the world uses true cinnamon (cinnamomum verum), in their cooking or baking, yet here we are sold something completely different. Cassia cinnamon is a very good spice, of course. I do not for a second propose we do away with it! What would our apple pies taste like without it? It is a wonderful spice, worthy of the space in our cupboards. However, I propose that true cinnamon have an equal place.
  • Tatuaje La Casita Criolla Cigar Review  By : Eliz Guide
    The Tatuaje La Casita Criolla has received favorable reviews by numerous cigar enthusiasts A purely American cigar, the Tatuaje La Casita Criolla is constructed with 100 percent Connecticut broadleaf tobacco
  • Joya De Nicaragua Cabinetta Series Reviews  By : Eliz Guide
    The Joya de Nicaragua Cabinetta Series is a pleasure to enjoy It is a handmade perfection of smoothness that is blended with a medium-bodied, mellower Nicaraguan filler
  • Review of Casa Magna Domus Magnus Primus Cigar  By : Eliz Guide
    The Casa Magna Domus Magnus Primus is a new and limited edition from SAG/Matasa SAG Imports has a long history in the tobacco industry
  • San Cristobal Clasico Review  By : Eliz Guide
    The San Cristobal Clasico cigar is a favorite in the San Cristobal Cigar company This company was originally manufactured in the mid 1980's and trademarked in the United States around the mid 1990's
  • Quesada Oktoberfest Bavarian Cigars Are Here  By : Eliz Guide
    Welcoming in the German festival this year is SAG Imports' Quesada Oktoberfest Bavarian cigars Aficionados traveling to Munich will enjoy this flavorful Dominican tobacco stick while drinking a Marzen-style beer in the cigar tent
  • Paul Garmirian's Artisan's Passion Cigar Review  By : Dominik Hussl
    The Paul Garmirian's Artisan's Passion is a stogie well worth a second glance when it comes to getting fine smoke from an extraordinary cigar PG cigar fans everywhere are sure to celebrate this latest release to this fine family of cigars
  • Joya De Nicaragua Antano Dark Corojo Review  By : Dominik Hussl
    For a deliciously aromatic and sophisticated cigar, more people are discovering the wonders of Joya de Nicaragua Antano Dark Corojo Deep in color and rich in flavor, this is one cigar that brings more to any humidor and is priced perfectly for the connoisseur
  • Fonseca CXX Dominican Republic Cigars  By : Dominik Hussl
    With a rich reddish brown coloration and wrapped in a robust oily wrapper, the Fonseca CXX is celebrating 120 years of distribution this year The celebration introduces a deliciously nutty cigar with a hint of chocolate enveloped in a pinch of subtle cinnamon
  • Tatuaje Avion Cigar Review  By : Dominik Hussl
    Experiencing an amazing cigar such as the Tatuaje Avion starts long before the first wisps of smoke twirl through the air The powerful smell of peppercorn combined with a hint of leather holds remembrance of the company's other well-known cigar called the T110
  • San Cristobal Seleccion Del Sol Cigar  By : Dominik Hussl
    Emitting a delicious smoky chocolate, the San Cristobal Seleccion del Sol is a wondrous example of why Don Pepin Garcia is known as a popular and prolific expert in the field of creating a spectacular cigar Having highly acclaimed artisanship in the field of cigar making, Don Peppin Garcia was commissioned by Ashton to develop a line of cigars in 2007
  • Alec Bradley Maxx Cigar Review  By : Kelley Wilson
    The Alec Bradley Maxx line is one of the many premium offerings from the company founded by Alan Rubin in 1996

    The Fix is the 5 by 58 vitola in this line
  • A Cigar Review of the Alec Bradley Family Blend  By : Kelley Wilson
    The Alec Bradley Family Blend was ranked number 16 in 2009 list of best cigars in a major magazine in the field, and has also been rated a 94 in that publication Made in Honduras, it is nearly a Honduran puro as far as its wrapper and filler are concerned
  • What Are the Benefits of Online Cigar Reviews  By : Eliz Guide
    Cigar reviews of all kinds can be a big help to smokers trying to figure out what they may like to try, and those that they would prefer not to try Just like reviews and recommendations in all sorts of fields, these can help the consumer when it comes time to make a purchase
  • Nub 460 Tube Cigar Review  By : Dominik Hussl
    Created by Sam Leccia, Nub 460 tubos look to completely redefine the cigar smoking experience from start to finish He worked many places including countless factories that manufacture these sticks and tested as many different types of smokes as he could get his hands on to develop this line
  • Esteban Carreras Cigar Review  By : Dominik Hussl
    Esteban Carreras cigars are made from the best of the best by the best This means that Craig Cunningham, who owns and operates the company, knows great tobacco and knows how to manufacture a perfect smoke
  • Kristoff Ligero Cigars Reviewed  By : Dominik Hussl
    Offered by a company of the same name, Kristoff Ligero cigars are an up and coming brand making its way in the industry today The makers began producing their offerings in 2005
  • An Online Review of the Nestor Miranda Grand Reserve  By : Dominik Hussl
    The Nestor Miranda Grand Reserve is a cigar that was greatly anticipated by connoisseurs all over the world Fans of these smokes all agree that this may be one of the best offerings this company has ever made to the aficionados of the industry
  • Kristoff Cigars  By : Dominik Hussl
    Kristoff cigars have been produced since their inception in 2005 They are billed as one of the most up and coming boutique lines that are on the market today
  • Famous Cigars That Are Easily Recognized  By : Eliz Guide
    Famous cigars are those smokes that nearly everyone has heard of, if not tried themselves They may be talked about at work, posted in magazines, reviewed online, or might just be featured at the local brick and mortar cigar shop
  • What Makes for the Best Cigars?  By : Eliz Guide
    What are the best cigars The answer, of course, depends on an individual smoker's preferences, and might be hard to itemize, unless it is an individual list
  • A Review of Alec Bradley Vice Press Cigars  By : Eliz Guide
    Alec Bradley Vice Press comes in three vitolas: the 7 by 60 sized 6T, the 6 ˝ by 62 6T2, and the 5 by 64 6T4 They are manufactured in the Tabacos de Oriente factory in Honduras
  • A Brief Review of the Alec Bradley Tempus Cigar Line  By : Eliz Guide
    Alec Bradley Tempus cigars come in several vitolas and are available at numerous cigar shops

    Reviews for the Novo Terra included a reviewer being surprised about being able to get one of the cigars so quickly after hearing about them
  • Maxx Conneticut Cigar Review  By : Kelley Wilson
    Alec Bradley Maxx Connecticut cigars were introduced as variation of the Maxx line, but this time with a natural, Connecticut wrapper Apparently, the company received numerous requests for the Maxx line with the larger ring gauges that could be made with this wrapper
  • Alec Bradley Prensado Cigar Review  By : Kelley Wilson
    Alec Bradley Prensado cigars came out after the SCR and Tempus lines The colorado maduro wrapper was noted as having a little bit of fairly unnoticeable veining
  • A Review of Alec Bradley Select Cabinet Reserve  By : Kelley Wilson
    Alec Bradley SCR (or Select Cabinet Reserve) is a bold cigar that uses premium Central American leaves They come in five sizes: the Robusto at 5 by 50, the Corona at 5 ˝ by 42, the Gran Robusto at 5 ˝ by 60, the Torpedo at 6 ⅛ by 52, and the Churchill at 7 by 48
  • A Review of the Alec Bradley American Classic Cigar  By : Dominik Hussl
    The Alec Bradley American Classic Toro, measuring 6 by 50, has a Honduran Connecticut wrapper, and a Honduran and Nicaraguan blend for the filler and binder Though the title indicates that it has a Connecticut shade wrapper, the truth is that they not always grown in the U
  • A Review of the Esteban Carreras 211 Cigar  By : Dominik Hussl
    The Esteban Carreras 211 is billed as being another great success from Craig Cunningham Since two of the other lines were named after police codes, this one was decided to follow that same premise
  • Nestor Miranda Cigars  By : Dominik Hussl
    Nestor Miranda cigars are manufactured by Miami Cigar They are a distributor that has a focus of serving the aficionado
  • Kristoff Criollo Cigar Review  By : Dominik Hussl
    The Kristoff Criollo cigar is described as being a wonderful 50 by 7 Churchill by many reviewers It has a Dominican binder of Olor Cuban seed
  • 7 20 4 Cigar  By : Dominik Hussl
    The 7 20 4 Cigars brand was idle for most of forty years K
  • The Best Gift Basket Options For Cigar Smokers  By : Eliz Guide
    The best gift basket options for any particular cigar smoking recipient are going to depend quite a bit on the likes and dislikes of that recipient If the present is going to be of a personal nature between friends, it would be easier for the sender to help personalize the present by knowing the vitola preferences of the recipient
  • Tatuaje Fausto Cigar Review  By : Eliz Guide
    The highly anticipated release of the Tatuaje Fausto has brought in resounding approval in the reviews Set to mimic the T110 that was considerably popular a few years ago, the Tatuaje Fausto improves on the experience of its predecessor
  • Casa Magna Domus Magnus Review  By : Eliz Guide
    The Casa Magna Domus Magnus has enjoyed numerous favorable reviews from cigar aficionados around the country For its eye-catching beauty and its superb flavor, consensus says that the Casa Magna Domus Magnus is a cigar worthy of indulgence
  • San Cristobal Cigars  By : Eliz Guide
    San Cristobal Cigars have a relatively short history compared to the world's long standing pleasurable relationship with this product San Cristobal Cigars are descendents of the smoking leaves that came onto the scene in world history after the famous Christopher Columbus discovery of the Americas
  • Functional Foods: The Lines Have Blurred  By : Brent Baldasare
    The line between food and medicine has blurred considerably in the last two decades. Today our grocery aisles are flooded with foods that promise health benefits beyond their basic nutritional value. These benefits range from memory lapses cured by herbs, to digestive disturbances cured by beneficial bacteria (probiotics), to heart attacks prevented by plant sterols. In between there are thousands of products that claim to promote
  • Joya De Nicaragua Celebracion Cigars  By : Eliz Guide
    The Joya de Nicaragua Celebracion cigars have enjoyed the celebrity of being named among the best 25 of 2004 by Cigar Aficionado These cigars are hailed as one of the premium cigars that have come out of Nicaragua
  • Padillia Studio Tabac Online Cigar Review  By : Kelley Wilson
    From an artistic collaboration of two great companies comes the Padilla Studio Tabac Figurado While this may be the first project, the public can expect many more to follow
  • Buy Gift Baskets Online  By : Kelley Wilson
    Online gift baskets can evoke the same cozy, comfortable feelings in the recipient as the more traditional ones without the sender ever having to leave his chair For someone who would like to send a personal or professional present consisting of smokes to someone else, these can be the perfect thing
  • A History of Diamondback Cigars  By : Kelley Wilson
    Diamondback cigars are blended by Omar Ortez, in Nicaragua The wrapper is Ecuadorian Connecticut, and the binder and filler are both Nicaraguan
  • Corporate Gift Baskets  By : Kelley Wilson
    Corporate gift baskets can be the perfect option for present choices, when it comes to deciding what to give to clients Whether someone in the company puts them together himself, or the company purchases them from a local or online vendor, these can be the ideal present giving option
  • Ideas For Gift Baskets For Men  By : Kelley Wilson
    Ideas for gift baskets for men, especially those containing stogies, are soon to become a hot topic as the holiday season rolls around Plenty of women might be stuck on ideas for presents for their husbands or boyfriends, or they might be trying to think of something different than another round of tickets to that favorite sports team event that they always seem to fall back on
  • Benefits of Spices in Indian Recipes  By : Sumithra Subramanian
    You may have a lot of spices on your kitchen shelves but you do not know how to use them. If this is the situation, then you should look for world recipes that include spices in the ingredients.
  • Easy To Bake Easy To Make Ice-Cream  By : Shontelle Yew
    You scream, I scream, we all scream for ice cream! Who doesn't know that silly little phrase known the world over? It celebrates one of the most treasured easy baking treats in the world, arguably. From the North to the South and from the East to the West, it is a desert and snack which has managed to burry itself deep into our hearts… or should that be our stomach?
  • Maurice Berger is the Founder of Lampe Berger  By : Eliz Guide
    The whole world smells a little better thanks to Maurice Berger, a French pharmacist and eventually the founder of the company that is still known today as Lampe Berger He wanted to invent something that would make air quality much better
  • Diamond Crown Julius Caeser Cigar Review  By : Dominik Hussl
    Diamond Crown Julius Caeser cigars received their moniker in honor of Julius Caeser Newman who founded the JC
  • Diamond Crown Maximus Cigar Review  By : Dominik Hussl
    Diamond Crown Maximus cigars were introduced in 2003 and have Oliva grown wrappers from Ecuador

    The Churchill #2 has Dominican binder and filler, with the Ecuadorian wrapper
  • Alec Bradley  By : Dominik Hussl
    Alec Bradley cigars are sold by the company Alan Rubin started in 1996, which he named after his sons Unlike many cigar company owners who seem to have generations of tobacco flowing in their veins, Alan Rubin worked after college with his father in a company importing fasteners to sell to cabinet companies
  • Gridiron Great Cigar Review  By : Dominik Hussl
    The Diamond Crown Gridiron Greats are produced by the JC
  • Start Obviating Sodas - Health and Scrabble  By : N. Curtis
    Obviate (n) - to do away with To prevent by making unnecessary

    You see what I'm doing
  • A Review of the EP Carillo Short Run 2011  By : Eliz Guide
    The EP Carrillo Short Run 2011 series is produced by Ernesto Perez-Carrillo who is best known for the famous La Gloria Cubana cigars and his EP Carrillo Company He uses many different types of blends that combine tobaccos in new and imaginative ways from various countries that ultimately provides a complex flavor profile not often seen in other cigar manufacturing endeavors
  • Tatuaje's La Verite 2009 Cigar Review  By : Eliz Guide
    Tatuaje's La Verite 2009 cigars are Nicaraguan puros which means they are composed solely of Nicaraguan tobacco Made by hand under the supervision of Mr
  • Diamond Crown  By : Eliz Guide
    Diamond Crown Cigars is the elite premium cigars line from the JC
  • Diamond Crown CFW Cigars Reviewed  By : Eliz Guide
    It is the Connecticut Fermented Wrapper of the Diamond Crown CFW that sets this cigar apart from every other smoke that ever came before it This wrapper is so special because of the way that it is treated
  • So Many Great Options With La Jolla Restaurants  By : Jay Frederick
    La Jolla California is known by many throughout the world as an incredible place to visit and live Despite its relatively small small size, the community has achieved its fame due to its natural beauty and many attractions including its world-class shopping, dining, art and educational institutions
  • Easy To Bake Easy To Make Pies  By : Shontelle Yew
    And precious they were, and still are, but for different reasons! Certainly not just for being the scrumptious pastry treats we know them as today! Because once upon a time, and this truly did happen, pies were something other than a delicacy. Quite the opposite in fact. Unbeknownst to many cultures, pies are not per definition sweet
  • Choose the Diet Food That is Best For You  By : Adrianna Noton
    With more and more people in our modern society struggling with weight issues, dieting is very popular Fad diets come and go, but ultimately the best way to lose weight is to eat right and exercise
  • A Wine Lover's Review Of Fine Wine - A Cabernet Sauvignon Signed Galilee, Israel  By : Levi Reiss
    I love Kosher wine so much that I am doing a series on fine and perhaps not so fine Kosher wines tasting them with a variety of foods. This article explores a Cabernet Sauvignon red wine coming from a great wine region of northern Israel. Was it a bargain? I'll make specific recommendations, and won't be silent if I'm unhappy with a wine.
  • Lighting The BBQ: Common Problems  By : Jackson Clarke
    Upon purchasing your BBQ, many people hope to gain the consistency they do with regular grills, commonly used indoors. Unfortunately many BBQ's remain outdoors and are therefore exposed to versatile weather conditions, potentially causing much damage to the grill.
  • George’s Rants and Raves: Hendricks Gin  By : George Brozowski
    Who ever heard of Hendrick’s Gin? Even the infinitesimal PR piece attached to the neck of the squat dark brown apothecary style bottle says it is only loved by a tiny handful of all the people in the world.
  • Office Coffee Can Inspire Workers  By : Adriana Noton
    Of all the beverages available, coffee is the one most frequently associated with our working day For some workers, office coffee is simply the drink available, but not for those addicted to the drink
  • California Bordeaux Part 8: the Livermore Valley  By : George Brozowski
    As we continue our survey of California Bordeaux, we come to the Livermore Valley. Located just southwest of the San Francisco Bay, it is one of the most underrated growing regions in the state.
  • Java Cigars  By : Eliz Guide
    When one lights up any one of the Java cigars, they know they are in for something unique and unforgettable It is because it was made by two of the industry's most formidable players, Jonathan Drew and Rocky Patel
  • Java Coffee Flavored Cigars  By : Eliz Guide
    If someone wanted to venture into the infused cigar market, smoking one of the Java Coffee cigars would be a perfect recommendation The Java Coffee cigar is one of the three from the Java line
  • Java Latte Flavored Cigar Review  By : Eliz Guide
    The Java Latte cigar is another addition to the Java line Java Latte cigars are a wonderful blend of infused tobacco, with just the right amount of cocoa and coffee flavor
  • Java Mint Flavored Cigar by Drew Estates  By : Eliz Guide
    The Java Mint cigar line is the latest in the Java line This wasn't just the brain child of Rocky Patel and Jonathan Drew either

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