How to Chill Wine with Frozen Grapes

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There’s nothing more frustrating than to want to have a glass of wine but the bottle has yet to be chilled. What do you do? Add ice? That works but it leaves your wine watered down. Here’s a better idea. Get some grapes. Put them in a bowl and to keep them in your freezer. […]

rhubarb wine

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Eventually I’m going to edit this together to be a start-to-finish video of how to make rhubarb wine what I’m going to do now is publish each stage as I do it so, we have our rhubarb here – on offer today in Tesco for one pound for 400g Obviously if you grow your own: […]

10 Coca-Cola Drinks That Embarrassed The Company (Part 2)

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Established more than 133 years ago, Coca-Cola is a legend in the carbonated drinks market. While it has churned out many impressive drinks over the years, some of its creations have been epic failures. Check out these 10 Coca-Cola drinks that embarrassed the company – part 2 Coca-Cola Water Salad For most Americans, the ultimate […]

How Much Alcohol is in Naturally Carbonated Ginger Beer || Glen & Friends Cooking

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welcome friends this is a breakout video that is part of the ginger beer making video series so there’s a video on making ginger bug there’s a video on making ginger beer but one of the mysteries of making ginger beer is that most of the videos or blogs downplay the amount of alcohol in […]

Dark Aspects #3 – Alcohol in The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

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It’s been stated before. It’s been said many times and talked about it since the release. Majora’s Mask is a dark game. It’s the darkest one I’ve ever played, and why I was inspired to create this series of videos. But we all know that its atmosphere, theme of impending doom, and moody visuals make […]

Cold hardy grapes feed local wine industry

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We are at the University of Minnesota Horticulture research center, at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum and this is where we conduct our grape breeding. We are primarily focused on wine grapes and making wine in Minnesota is a relatively new venture. We have been at that since 1978 and have introduced four varieties so far: […]

Easy 10-Minute Alfredo Pasta With Rosé Wine | #SoBasic

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On this episode of so basic, I’ll be showing you an easy Alfredo sauce with a trendy twist, thanks to this super cool beverage. Hey, hey rosé. And the best part is in the time that it takes to cook this pasta, we’ll have made an easy, super-silky sauce that you’ll definitely want to share. […]

Most Clearance of any Wine Cooler! NEW Allavino Flexcount Classic

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This is not what a wine collection looks like Few people have one bottle type A collector will have many different bottle sizes Your refrigerator should accommodate every bottle FlexCount Classic. Classic Look. Modern Flexibility. Tallest cabinet on the market to allow maximum clearance Similar models can’t fit all bottle types causing scuffed labels and […]

09.3 Short- and Long-Term Effects of Adolescent Alcohol Use

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There are both short-term and long-term negative effects on adolescents who drink. The short-term effects of ingesting alcohol increase the more that one drinks on any occasion. These short-term effects include memory impairment, to the point of blacking out; impaired reasoning ability and confusion; problems concentrating; motor problems, such as slurred speech, poor coordination, staggering […]

How to minimize hangovers

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The indulgences of summer can come back to haunt you. Hangovers can cause headaches, nausea and an overall horrible feeling. Scientist and emergency physician Dr. Clare Atzema says, all that drinking leaves you dry. It’s mostly dehydration that’s causing that terrible headache that you feel. And you have a lot of alcohol by-products that break […]