Thirstygirl Happy Camper Wine Review And Food Pairing | Blogher

I wanted to prepare a dish that is easy to create at a campsite, yet packed with flavor. I found a recipe for Sausage and Bean stew over a dutch oven on myrecipes.com. I prepared this at home last night,but it’s an easy dish to combine outdoors. I added a little more heat to the recipe since I have a family of chili enthusiasts! So, I substituted the poblano chile with a serrano pepper to add anextra bump in heat.
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These two events will do Westerly Vineyard, Santa Barbara County Courtesy of Santa Barbara County Vintners Wine country calling? Westerly Vineyard in Santa Barbara County’s new AVA Happy Canyon Wine country calling? Westerly Vineyard in Santa Barbara County’s new AVA Happy Canyon (Courtesy of Santa Barbara County Vintners) S. Irene Virbila Dining and Drinking Lifestyle and Leisure Wines Viniculture Need a dose of wine country? Two mid-June events in Ventura and Santa Barbara County As we dive into June, theres still time to catch some early summer wine events.
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This cooking device can be used for heating, frying and steaming and can only be controlled through your mobile device. Check out The Qumi by Ilia Vostrov You might not think you need a heating spoon, but trust us, you do. This spoon comes in handy when your morning cup of coffee cools to that disagreeable room temperature. And it’s also handy for cooking when you don’t want to use the stove top for a small task — especially if you don’t have a microwave. Check out the HALO Heating Spoon at Yanko Design You won’t have to worry about not knowing when your milk is going to spoil. The milkmaid sends an alert to your iPad letting you know when it’s time to get a new carton. Check out the Milkmaid at Quirky This mobile induction plate is easy to take with you wherever you go, making cooking anywhere a real possibility. It’s also a great solution for small apartment living (in those spaces that are so small they don’t have a kitchen). The best part is that you control the heat level and time with your cellphone.
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(Analyzing mouth bacteria could lead to earlier diagnosis of pancreatic cancer and treatment. ) ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT What it means: Tooth decay starts when certain bacteria in the mouth combine to form biofilms, communities of hard-to-kill bacteria, that then form teeth-damaging plaque and produce harmful acids. Brushing and fluoride rinses have limited effect, and many antimicrobial rinses can change the color of the gums, making it less likely people will continue to use themwhich is why researchers continue to search for more appealing alternatives. “This study is about applying something to the teeth that decreases bacteria. The effectiveness of this type of product [red wine] depends on how long it stays on the tooth, known as its ‘substantivity,’ ” says Gary L. Glasband, a dentist in private practice in Long Beach, California, who was not involved in this study. “Wine has a high substantivity, which you can see as it stains the teeth when you drink it.” This, combined with the antioxidants present in grape seeds, makes red wine effective at killing bacteria on the teeth. The bottom line: While the antioxidant effect of red wine or grape seed extract likely works to reduce cavities, its a trade-off between the pros and the cons: a reduced risk of cavities vs. stained teeth and excess calories from the alcohol, says Glasband.
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