As with other wines, Sherry should be stored in a cool, dark place.
Sherry is a fortified wine, made in Spain from three types of grapes: Palomino, Pedro Ximénez, and Muscat (Moscatel). Sherry-style wines made in other countries often use other grape varieties. Sherry differs from other wines because of how it is treated after fermentation.
It is first fortified with brandy and then if destined to be fino style a yeast called flor is allowed to grow on top. Oloroso style is fortified to strength where the flor cannot grow. (In contrast, port wine is fortified to a higher percentage of alcohol than sherry, effectively preventing the growth of any yeast.)
Plastic Container Stain Removal-
Fill the bowl with hot water and drop in a couple of denture tablets. Leave for a couple of hours. Also try soaking the container in one part bleach to two parts of water. Make sure you give the bowls a thorough rinse.
Wrap small portions of cheese, meats, rice, or condiments in greens. Even restaurants are now offering "lettuce wraps." "Blanched cabbage (boiled a few minutes in water or tomato juice to soften it) is also a good wrap,"
Speaking of cabbage, a cooked hunk sauced with a little mayonnaise is delicious; Cabbage is rich in anticancer antioxidants and bioflavinoids.
One day, at the dry cleaning shop of a local Air Force base, I overheard a young airman describe in great detail how he wanted his uniform cleaned and pressed.
When he finished, the clerk asked, “Are you getting an award, or attending an important function?”
“No no,” the airman said. “I’m going home on leave, and my little brother is taking me to his class for show-and-tell.”
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