Does anyone heard about the Brussels High-Tea?I've recieved an forward e-mail from my friends, she talks about the Hight Tea in centre of Brussels, but I've checked their site it seems like an special event, but anyway I'll visit that bar to pass a layback afternoon there, their menu sounds interesting.Here's the link of that bar: http://www.rainbowhouse.be/spip.php?article692Sarah
..., a friend of ours accompanied her son, to sell at the local Christmas Village market. (Namur) Don't know if the idea was new, but they decided to change the traditional "red hot wine" to a "hot port" ! Serving both…, the Aldi port outshone the wine ! Later on in the evening and running short of port, they progressively mixed the two…, and the result apparently, was delicious ! You can buy red wine over here that's already prepared with cinnamon, sugar and all the other ingredients…, all you have to do is heat ! But if you want to sweeten it up a little without too much sugar, mix a 50/50 red wine and port. The result will be a delicious, all-winter-round warmer. Note…, most red wines used for this purpose are French and extremely acidic ! (either too young or simply bad quality…, as usual) But these cheap wines mixed with port, eliminates the acidity and creates a great outdoor Santa ambiance. PS I'm a jeweler and I don't work for Aldi !!!