Alternative Chocolate Treat Ideas For Those With Allergies

Not everyone is free to eat any food they like. For many people that enjoy eating gourmet chocolates, like those made by Abdallah Candies And Gifts, allergies prevent them from indulging in this treat. Luckily there are alternative chocolate substitutes for allergic and sensitive individuals to enjoy. Here are some chocolate alternatives: Carob desserts Carob is a chocolate-like powdery substance derived from carob beans. It is a very popular chocolate alternative, as it looks, tastes and smells very similar. [Read More]

3 Benefits Of Going Green With Your Laundry Products

If you were to take a look at many of the household products you use on a daily basis, you would likely be shocked at the amount of chemicals you use. There are chemicals in kitchen cleaner, bathroom cleaner, your dish washing detergent, and even in the products you use to do the laundry. At some point, one has to wonder if using so many chemicals every day is a good thing. [Read More]

Seasonal Differences Add Flavor To Your Wine Expedition

Every wine, liquor, beer and mead branding has a unique flavor that depends on many different factors. The breed or cultivar of the materials being used, the soils in which the grow and the ways in which they ferment. For wine, there is even a difference in flavor depending on when you harvest the grapes and how the wine making process is started. As you select new wines to sample and plan private wine tours, consider the time and place as you please your palate. [Read More]

Taking The Cake - Noteworthy Outdoor Wedding Facts To Protect Your Confectionary Centerpiece

Even though new twists and trends are popping up at weddings across the country, the traditional towering wedding cake is still the most common centerpiece of food at these events. If you are in the planning phases of your wedding and plan to stick with traditions when it comes to your cake, there is one big fact you have to keep in mind. Not every outdoor venue is suited or equipped to handle a traditional wedding cake. [Read More]