Street Food in Pakistan – ULTIMATE 16-HOUR PAKISTANI FOOD Tour in Lahore, Pakistan!

By Brian Lemay 61 comments

(drum beats) – Hey everyone, I hope you’re having an amazing day. It’s Mark Wiens. I’m in Lahore, which is the Punjab province of Pakistan. This is an amazingly vibrant and energetic city. Today we’re gonna go on a food tour of the old city of Lahore. We’re gonna go to Gawalmandi, Lakshmi, Chowk, and […]

Wine Tasting Tips : Clarity in Wine Tasting

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One of the first steps that you should do when you’re tasting wine is look at the wine, and the first step of looking at a wine should be looking at a wine for clarity. Clarity is the ability of a wine to absorb and reflect light, and no matter what your color or style […]

How to make Port wine: Fermentation & Fortification

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and the greatest secret of vintage port is keeping things simple and one of the beauties of traditional foot tracking is as a method which has been perfected over centuries where it is the method that most respects the grapes are were working with and a tower the method does not vary from one of […]

Invicta Power Play 12.9

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THE WAR AND MOON THE MOON THE AND NEW CANADIAN MADE MAKEUP LINE THE INFLUENCE DURING AMERICAN DREAM TOO PRETTY TO WEAR CUSTOMIZE THE LOOK TAME THE NEW UNUSUAL LUXURY OUTERWEAR COLLECTION EFFORTS YEAR ROUND WITH THE UNIVERSE THE ONE A M EASTERN ONLY ON ANY FINE FINISH UP YOUR SHOPPING IN STYLE WITH ALL […]

Fred Parks Boardroom 08-05-2009

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Telling thes stories of the University of Houston, this is a UH Moment. Here’s another Chateau Lafite-Rothschild from the year 1918. That means all the grapes were grown and harvested in that year. Sometimes you think if this bottle could talk what it might say. Pop a cork on the Fred Parks Boardroom nestled in […]

Biodynamic, Natural, Organic, and Conventional Wines Explained.

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Biodynamics is only in the vineyard. There are no biodynamic wines. Okay? there are biodynamic grapes. Biodynamics is all in the vineyards, not in the cellar. From biodynamic wines, err, grapes, (laughs) lapsus, From biodynamic grapes you can make natural wine, artisinal wine, or you can make industrial wine. You can use all the tricks […]

The World of Witcher 3: Blood and Wine Analysis

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The Witcher 3’s Blood and Wine expansion served as a final hurrah and goodbye to CD Projekt Red’s work on Geralt’s journey. But while one may have assumed that this sendoff would be a call back to the familiar, perhaps a murky and bleak journey through a land reminiscent of Velen or Flotsam, this story […]

How to pack wine glasses for moving house – a Packing to Move House video guide

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In this short video we are going to show you the safest way to pack long stemmed glasses to protect them from damage during your move. Before you start you’re going to need some packing materials – Most kitchen items will be loaded in a medium carton, a pack 2, you’ll also need some packing […]

Billie Eilish – when the party’s over

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♪ ♪ ♪ DON’T YOU KNOW I’M NO GOOD FOR YOU ♪ ♪ I’VE LEARNED TO LOSE YOU CAN’T AFFORD TO ♪ ♪ TORE MY SHIRT TO STOP YOU BLEEDING ♪ ♪ BUT NOTHING EVER STOPS YOU LEAVING ♪ ♪ QUIET WHEN I’M COMING HOME AND I’M ON MY OWN ♪ ♪ I COULD LIE, […]

“From Wineglass Bay to wine bar” Mattandneetie’s photos around Freycinet National Park, Australia

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Hazards Beach by TravelPod member mattandneetie Wineglass Bay lookout by TravelPod member mattandneetie Lookout by TravelPod member mattandneetie Lookout 1 by TravelPod member mattandneetie Sunrise at Coral Bay by TravelPod member mattandneetie Sunrise by TravelPod member mattandneetie From lighthouse by TravelPod member mattandneetie Tasmanian Devil by TravelPod member mattandneetie Tasmanian Devils fighting by TravelPod member […]