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Next time you open a bottle of wine, don't toss the cork in the trash. Put the cork away for further use. With a sharp knife or a razor slice a few pieces off and glue the to bottom of lamps, ceramic cookie jars and the like to prevent scratches on furniture. The synthetic corks also add some protection against sliding.
Posted by Bob Korsu on
Mar 12, 2017 | Furniture
You can take
whatever foods you like but I would stick to about 4 dishes maximum or you will
spend all your time opening up pots of food and clearing up. Here are my main
staples that I always take on a picnic;
1. Bread (chunks of French bread or big
loaves that you can tear from are very good)
2. Cheese (or take sliced cheeses or
pieces of cheese and a sharp knife)
3. Fruit (this is a great option for
summer picnics and goes really well with the cheese)
4. Wine (no picnic would be complete without a bottle of chilled wine).
Feb 27, 2013 | Home
You should minimize the exposure to air by corking the
bottle tightly. If there is a little bit of wine left try transferring it into
a smaller bottle. You should also keep it away from light and heat and put it
in the refrigerator.
Aug 13, 2012 | Furniture
Apr 14, 2012 | Sunbeam Kitchen Appliances - Others
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