Opus Bar & Grill – Steaks & Wine

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Showcase of Opus chefs in action behind the open-flame grill Opening the custom-designed Himalayan salt tile cabinet with dry-aged steaks Pan-view of the variety of premium steaks Preparing tomahawk steak to grill on the open-flame grill Fire burning on the charcoals within the open-flame grill Grilling of Opus’ lobster and steak on the grill Opus […]

Wine Information : Decanting Red Wine

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When decanting a bottle of wine, your first step is to cut the foil at the first lip and then remove the foil. At this point you want to take your corkscrew and try to find the middle of the cork. With a little bit of light downward pressure, screw the corkscrew into the cork […]

The Weekly Special – Fall Frenzy

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>>>PRODUCTION SUPPORT FOR “THE WEEKLY SPECIAL” IS PROVIDED BY: WEEKLY SPECIAL” IS PROVIDED BY: SMITHVILLE, A LOCAL PROVIDER OF SMITHVILLE, A LOCAL PROVIDER OF FIBER OPTIC BASED INTERNET, TV FIBER OPTIC BASED INTERNET, TV AND PHONE SERVICES. AND PHONE SERVICES. SMITHVILLE’S QUANTUM FIBER OPTIC SMITHVILLE’S QUANTUM FIBER OPTIC NETWORK ALLOWS LARGE AMOUNTS OF NETWORK ALLOWS […]

Pearl Street Brewery Unveils New Beer

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Applefest announces a new beer at this year’s event. Pearl Street Brewery in La Crosse is the offical craft beer sponsor of the La Crescent festival. Today. the craft beer company released the 2016 Applefest Appleweizen brew at La Crescent Wine and Spirits. Every year. the Applefest Appleweizen is brewed using locally sourced apple juice […]

Awesome Wine tasting in Australia’s Barossa Valley

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The Barossa Valley, Australia’s most famous and largest wine region is located 60 kilometres North East of South Australia’s capital city, Adelaide. The Barossa is world famous for its Shiraz and is home to some of the world’s biggest wineries like Jacob’s Creek and Penfolds. Most wineries offer cellar door sales and free tastings with […]

White Wines Worth Drinking

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Hey, what’s up, it’s Madeline Puckette I am a sommelier and co-founder Wine Folly dot com where we learn by drinking. For the longest time I was a red wine girl Give me your biggest, boldest, richest, most high tannin, opulent, bold red wine And I was a happy lady. I have to admit to […]

Slow-Roasted Pork Belly – Gordon Ramsay

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take a very sharp knife bring the pork belly towards you so you’re over it you’ve got all that pressure and weight using the tip of the knife I’m just sort of nicking it and go across the pork belly long strokes with a knife take your time turn it 180 this time what we’re […]

TWTV Episode 48 White wines for red wine drinkers

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Hi Jerome from Trailblazing Wine and TWTV offering hints and tips to help you get the most enjoyment out of your wine. As we’re finally approaching summer and hopefully some sunny summer days I thought this week would be a good time to start to introduce white wines but I was thinking of white wines […]

UB40’s ‘Red, Red Wine’ Ft. Brett Kavanaugh

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>>A FIGHT THAT BEGAN ACCORDING TO A CLASSMATE THAT WAS THERE OVER WHETHER SOMEONE LOOKED LIKE THE LEAD SINGER OF UB40. ♪ RED, RED WINE ♪ >>I LIKED BEER ♪ GOES TO HIS HEAD ♪ >>I STILL LIKE BEER ♪ MAKES HIM FORGET THAT HE ♪ >>SOMETIMES I HAD TOO MANY BEERS ♪ DID THINGS […]

Bartending Tips : How to Clean Wine Glasses

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Do you ever look at your wine glasses and wonder just why they can’t get clean? My name is Micah and I’m going to show you how to properly clean a wine glass. Now wine glasses are one of the hardest glasses to clean as a bartender or just as someone at home. They are […]