How to Make Homemade Rhubarb Wine

By Brian Lemay 64 comments

So this is Chris Johnson’s guide to making homemade rhubarb wine. I’ve made this for a couple years and I want to show a few people who are interested in making rhubarb wine how I do it. So behind me is the rhubarb plant that I am harvesting. There’s a rhubarb. This is the third […]

Jaljeera Drink (Indian Flavored Lemonade) Recipe by Manjula

By Brian Lemay 41 comments

Today I will be making jaljeera. Jaljeera is a very refreshing drink. Best way to describe jaljeera, Indian flavored lemonade. This is a very popular summer drink in India. This recipe will serve 4. For this recipe we need: 1/4 cup of packed, chopped mint leaves (pudina) 1/4 cup of packed, chopped cilantro (hara dhania) […]

DRINKING (TURMERIC)FOR body weight loss Vlog:Ep#1

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Resep Red Velvet Hot Chocolate

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64 ml Heavy Cream 4 tsp Powdered Sugar 1/2 tsp Vanilla Essence 112 g Cream Cheese 4 Glass of Milk 7 tsp Granulated Sugar 45 g Chocolate Compound 15 g Chocolate Bar 1 tsp Vanilla Essence 1 tsp Food Colouring Whipped Cream

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

By Brian Lemay 92 comments

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 […]

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. […]

Paso Robles, California (full episode) – “V is for Vino” wine show

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I’m here at Hearst Castle in San Luis Obispo County Hearst Castle was made for newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst. Have you seen Citizen Kane? This was the inspiration. Over 80,000 square feet 90 bedrooms 90 bathrooms did I mention 100 foot Neptune pool? Pretty amazing.But if you drive 40 miles inland from here you’re […]

Food52’s Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks: Tasting Rome vs. Taste of Persia

By Brian Lemay 21 comments

Hey everyone! Food52 is one of my favorite food web sites and culinary resources. Every year they hold this epic cookbook challenge called The Piglet. This year they asked me to be a judge and I was so honored, I couldn’t say no. The two books they assigned me were: Tasting Rome: Fresh Flavors and […]

Resep Teh Keju – Cheese Tea Recipe

By Brian Lemay 31 comments

BEVERAGE CHEEESE TEA WATER 2 BAGS OF TEA 100 G GRANULATED SUGAR 250 ML WHIPPED CREAM 2 TBSP OF SUGAR 200 G CREAM CHEESE 2 TBSP OF CHEESE POWDER 100 ML FULL CREAM MILK POWDERED SUGAR

The History of Alcohol

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Alcohol. We began drinking it long before we even knew how to write. It’s one of the most universally available, widely used — and commonly abused — chemical substances in human history. This is the 9,000 year history of alcohol. We’ve been using basic chemistry to make the stuff for thousands of years, but our […]