Daily Archives: August 29, 2018

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Posted by Cellardoor Winery on 2017-07-01 15:20:40 Tagged: , dormant , snow , vines , vineyard , winter

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Flying Geese Quilt Redo! | S7E1 Midnight Quilt Show with Angela Walters

Flying Geese Quilt Redo! | S7E1 Midnight Quilt Show with Angela Walters

Angela is kicking off season 7 of the Midnight Quilt Show with a redemption story! She’s made this Thistle quilt pattern before with half-square triangles, but thinks this flying-geese version will be much easier to quilt. Episode links below? Get the FREE pattern ? or get the fabric + pattern ? Angela’s brand new Creative Grids rulers are available here: …

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Multi-function Sea Horse Pattern Stainless Wine Bottle Opener

Multi-function Sea Horse Pattern Stainless Wine Bottle Opener

1. Easy and convenient for you to open different kinds of can cover with the sharp blade and gear. 2. Much more advanced than traditional can openers than will safe your strength and time to open can covers. 3. The open incision is smooth without uneven or sharp cut. 4. Suitable to use it in kitchen, cafe, restaurant, camping, travel …

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Fawnridge Winery, Auburn, CA Placer County Wineries

Fawnridge Winery, Auburn, CA Placer County Wineries

- a quick visit with Stewart Perry, Owner/Wine Maker with Fawnridge Winery in Auburn, CA just a few miles northeast of Sacramento on Interstate 80 towards Lake Tahoe. A member of the Placer County Vintners Association proudly producing a terrific array of hand-crafted boutique wines. Produced by source

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34 hours in New York, eating and drinking well, part 1

34 hours in New York, eating and drinking well, part 1

Olmsted, Brooklyn After exploring the Finger Lakes and Long Island wine regions, Christina Rasmussen and I had just a short time in the city of New York before heading back to the UK. I hadn’t been to New York since 1998, and this was Christina’s first visit. We arrived in New York at 7 pm Friday and departed 5 am …

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Sugar Wine Glass Tutorial NO SILICONE MOLDS NEEDED!

Sugar Wine Glass Tutorial NO SILICONE MOLDS NEEDED!

NOTE: If your melted isomalt is not staying soft enough in the oven, the temperature can be increased up to 270 degrees (F). 250 worked great for me for this project, but it did get thick toward the end of making the glass which was wonderful for when it was time to make the stem :). And I forgot to …

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Wine tasting for Dummies

Wine tasting for Dummies

Do you know your shiraz from your syrah? Can you tell the difference between a 'buttery' or an 'oaky' drop of chardonnay? Well, neither can Baz - but he's on a mission to learn! ?? Keep up to date with Re: www.facebook.com/renewsnz www.instagram.com/renewsnz www.snapchat.com/add/re.news source

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How to Make Probiotic Apple Cider Vinegar to Drink - Part #1

How to Make Probiotic Apple Cider Vinegar to Drink - Part #1

How to make Apple cider vinegar. I like using real whole cider. So many recipes for apple cider vinegar use sugar water and apple cores. I think a lot of these people tried to make cider and it didn't work! Do you know why making apple cider into vinegar doesn't work for most people? The answer is sodium bisulfite. Here's …

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Trump: Going down fighting

It’s Tuesday

Trump is trying desperately to distract America’s attention away from his legal and sexual scandals by throwing bright shiny confetti into the air, but it’s not working. You have to give the guy credit. He does know how to market things, whether it’s a building, a T.V. program, or himself. But so does Mueller. It’s almost like the two of …

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