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Often when working toward a fitness goal, desire can actually conflict with belief. What you want to happen can conflict with what you are currently experiencing. This can cause an uncomfortable internal conflict, known as "cognitive dissonance," which...
If you are a parent, grandparent or just a kind, loving soul, this next fact will tug at your heart: “More than 10,000 children under 14 go to the emergency room each year and about 77 die from choking on hot dogs.” As a former hospital CEO,...
If you are a parent, grandparent or just a kind, loving soul, this next fact will tug at your heart: "More than 10,000 children under 14 go to the emergency room each year and about 77 die from choking on hot dogs." As a former hospital CEO, that is not a...
Telling Mike Januik that his merlot reminds you of cabernet sauvignon won't exactly break the Washington winemaker's heart. For Januik, who produces wine under his eponymous label and for Novelty Hill, believes what sets the merlots of the Columbia Valley...
By Melissa Tewes Special to The Herald-Mail Many of us are creatures of habit and often feel the need to eat dessert — without even stopping to think if the craving is real, or if we are still hungry, or if we are simply eating...
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Clueless about wine? Don't worry, you're sitting in a pretty crowded boat. While it seems more and more people are drinking more and more wine, there's still a wide gap out there in terms of wine knowledge. At the apex of the American wine scene are a...
July Fourth: Rockets will scream through the darkening sky, sparklers will sputter and cherry bombs will pop in backyards all across the United States. Why not also celebrate Independence Day with a firecracker of a wine, a zinfandel from California's...
Sometimes it pays to play it cool; just ask President Obama, Lauren Bacall, Johnny Depp and the grape growers and winemakers of Chile's Casablanca Valley. Located 11 miles from the Chilean coast, bathed in cool breezes and morning fogs from the chilly...
One of the major differences between American winemakers and their European counterparts is that here wine is largely made and sold based on grape variety rather than a growing area. So, a Californian will make a cabernet sauvignon or a merlot while a...
Verdejo just may be the Cinderella grape of the wine world. Long made into a sherrylike wine, verdejo got a new lease on life beginning in the 1970s when Spanish winemakers in the Rueda region began making fresh, lively white wines out of it. Today,...
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Just as Italy's vast and varied cuisine seems to have been boiled down to a few tired and true warhorses — spaghetti and meatballs, lasagna, cheese pizza — on the trip across the North Atlantic, so too has the choice of Italian wine often...
Soave is so-so at best: That's the line you often hear from people disappointed (and fed up) with Italy's most popular white wine. But Soave, named for a town/area in the Veneto region, can be quite good, minerally crisp and food-friendly. Some of the...
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