Wine, and every other thing that is good, may be had there for the asking.
"Germany, Bohemia, and Hungary, Visited in 1837. Vol. II" by G. R. Gleig
However he may have revelled at the now ended festival, there were no signs of wine or riot about him now.
"The God of Love" by Justin Huntly McCarthy
I may say here that the wine, so called, was really nothing but cider.
"Danger! A True History of a Great City's Wiles and Temptations" by William Howe
On May 4, 1583, he received a more lucrative gift, the farm of wines.
"Sir Walter Ralegh" by William Stebbing
It may be that the wine and the intoxication of so wild a scene had gone to his own head.
"The Border Watch" by Joseph A. Altsheler
If you eat wine-jelly, or wine-sauce, you may learn to like the taste of alcohol and thus easily begin to drink some weak liquor.
"Child's Health Primer For Primary Classes" by Jane Andrews
If I don't drink my first glass of wine to you, may my pistols miss fire, and my mare slip her shoulder.
"The Life of Charles Dickens, Vol. I-III, Complete" by John Forster
Therefore beware of the "gentleman who opens wine," or the one who gives a "wine party," whatever that may mean.
"The Complete Bachelor" by Walter Germain
The curry powder and wine may be omitted if not liked, and the balls served in plain cream sauce.
"The Golden Age Cook Book" by Henrietta Latham Dwight
If mushrooms are not liked they may be omitted, the liquor replaced by a gill of stock and a teaspoonful of white wine.
"Choice Cookery" by Catherine Owen
Set not thy foot on graves;
Hear what wine and roses say;
The mountain chase, the summer waves,
The crowded town, thy feet may well delay.
"To J.W." by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Hence, let me drain in fullest measure
Thy cup of pure Tyrolean wine!
To-day at least I hold thy treasure;
To-day with truth I call thee mine;
To-morrow's sun may never shine.
"My Garden" by John Lawson Stoddard
"May a king wrong them as they wronged their king!
May he wring their hearts as they wrung mine,
Till they pour their blood for his revels like wine,
And to women and monks their birthright fling!"
"The Curse Of Hungary" by John Hay
' Hear ye a little lesson—can ye the truth divine ?
Milk ye may mix with water, and water will mix with wine;
Mix as ye may on your prairies, mix in your hope and toil,
But know in all your mixing that water won't mix with oil!'
"The Seer" by Robert James Campbell Stead
Now you are white as the mountain snow,
White as the hand that I fold you in,
And none but the angels of God may know
That either has once been stained with sin;
It was blood and wine in the old, old years,
But now it is only tears.
"Atonement" by Charles Hamilton Musgrove
Quoth the Sergeant, “Here I’ll halt; here’s wine of joy for drinking;
To my heart she sets her hand, and in the strings doth play;
All among the daffodils, and fairer to my thinking,
And fresh as milk and roses, she sits this morn of May.”
"Songs of the Night Watches (complete)" by Jean Ingelow
This is just a tease for the Winemakers' Dinner, which is happening on May 19th and is destined to be the gala highlight of Westchester Magazine 's Wine & Food Weekend.
The chefs of Octopus Bar will demonstrate this dish in the tasting tents on Sunday, May 13, at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival.
Red Wine Compound May Not Prolong Life.
Resveratrol, which is found in red wine, may not prolong life.
There may have been no more eagerly anticipated restaurant opening this year than that of RN74, familiarly known as "Michael Mina 's new wine bar".
Nightly Glass Of Wine May Protect Boomer Women's Bones.
Chilly temperatures may have driven the masses inside for wine tastings and food fare at Carlos Creek Winery's Applefest on Saturday but rustic Minnesotans also trickled out onto the patio and throughout the vineyard.
Gerard's restaurant in Lahaina will transport lovers of French food and wine into the heart of Provence and Rhone at 6 pm May 20.
It may surprise some readers to discover that the CCD was invented at Bell Labs in 1969, a fine year for wine, songs, and cars--think of the awesome Plymouth Road Runner CMOS is a little older, having been developed in 1948.
Health benefits may not be top of mind when you're sipping red wine, but studies show that a daily glass reduces risk of heart disease, stroke, ulcers, and some cancers.
Health benefits may not be top of mind when you're sipping red wine , but studies show that a daily glass reduces risk of heart disease, stroke, ulcers, and some cancers.
An ingredient found in red wine and grapes may prevent weight gain.
Red Wine May Have Similar Health Benefits As Exercise.
The resveratrol in red wine may protect the body from the negative impact of sedentary lifestyles, says a new study published in the FASEB Journal.
Some kinds of red wine may not trigger migraines.