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Enjoy dry or sweet Rieslings with a wide variety of cheese and food

Do you like it dry or sweet—your wine, that is? And come to think of it, what makes a wine dry or sweet to begin with? For these questions we turn to Jim Sperk of the Northern Ohio Wine Guild. “During the fermentation process, yeast converts the sugars in the grapes to alcohol,” says Jim. “If the fermentation process goes to...

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Get to Fig Leaf Coffee now to find out how to make the world’s best cup of coffee

How do you take your coffee? Strong, with cream, sugar, or even bourbon? We like it the way we like it. However, there is an ideal way to brew coffee that just might change the way you enjoy yours. Coffee education is like discovering a whole new world. At Fig Leaf Coffee, we teach you about each type we offer and how to enjoy your best cup at...

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Blue Heron’s wildly popular Sunday Brunch is back and they’re piling on the good stuff

You may think you’ve seen it all when you’ve experienced Blue Heron Brewery’s spectacular Hail Mary Bloody Mary. Maybe not. That’s because Ben Erjavec, executive chef and co-owner of the Medina establishment, can’t keep from pushing the envelope on fun and creative cuisine. And that he has done again with the re-introduction of...

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The new Robeks Fresh Juices & Smoothies is changing the way we think of fast food

Robeks Fresh Juices & Smoothies in Willoughby is ready to get you healthy in the most delicious way. With smoothies, fresh juices, bowls, toasts, boosts and enrichments, Robeks will help you maintain your healthy, active lifestyle—and keep you satisfied at the same time. Cassandra Merriman opened the new Robeks in Willoughby in late...

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Wearing your wine

We all drink and even cook with wine, but have you heard of wearing it? Through experimentation wineries find uses for the grape skins, pulp, seeds and stems left over after the winemaking process. Some press the grape skins and make a second wine while others use the leftovers, called pomace, as a compost to fertilize the vines or as fodder...

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