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A SCOTTISH distillery is going green with the help of an investment of about 1 million to install a biomass boiler.
6 hrs ago | WFTV Orlando
Within minutes after Starbucks smartphone app and website went down for hours Monday night, KIRO was swamped with Facebook messages and emails asking us to find out what was happening.
While many are melting away under the summer sun, we at Honest Cooking have taken it upon ourselves to drink enough white wine to be able to give you a great guide to delicious whites that will keep you refreshed and tipsy throughout the summer months, while also pairing excellently with food.
Marina Kushner, 47, of Florida, is a self-described caffeine addict who wrote about her struggles with coffee.
So, what are your favorite wines right now? Each day, I get asked this question more often than my son asks for treats.
Peter Slipper will have a nervous two-month wait before learning whether he's going to jail for dishonestly using taxpayer-funded cab charges to tour Canberra's wine district.
The author, along with Mary Barranco, first published "Market-Fresh Mixology: Cocktails for Every Season" in 2008, which at the time stood out for sourcing drink ingredients from the garden.
You no longer have to imagine what would happen if Peter Griffin met Homer Simpson, because a first look at the Family Guy / The Simpsons crossover episode has been released.
The Lansing-based roaster expects to open a 58,000-square-foot building by Aug. 1 in Clinton County's Watertown Township.
Having to ask for a seat belt extender on a flight was one of Benji Kurtz's biggest life humiliations.
Outside the northern Guatemalan town of Olopa, near the Honduran border, farmer Edwin Fernando Diaz Viera stands in the middle of his tiny coffee field.
The Hartley Wintney Football Club Beer Festival was held over three days, offering a variety of real ales and ciders to be enjoyed while listening to live bands performing on stage.
Saturday proved a hard fought day for firefighters battling the Sands fire that has consumed over 3,800 acres, 10 homes, 7 outbuildings, and forced the evacuation of hundreds of area residents and the closing of many businesses.
It's somewhat inexplicable because the red grape often associated with France's Northern RhA ne Valley can make such delicious and approachable wines.
WMTW News 8's Norm Karkos takes us to Turner, where Brigeen Farms is not only the one of the oldest dairy farms in Maine, but it is now being run by a tenth generation of family farmers.
Bluffton barbecue man Ted Huffman's words were as refreshing as a sweating glass of iced tea in late July: Erin Shaw had simply asked, "How do you take your tea?" And he went off, like a lot of people do when it comes to sweet tea.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 12:13 pm
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