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The Celebration  750  Food Hampers

Christmas hampers simply don?t get better than this. The Celebration hamper is the epitome of Christmas indulgence and has everything to make the festive season go off with a bang! Two of the finest Jean Pernet Champagnes are accompanied by the Benromach Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky, The Wiltshire Liqueur Company Sloe Gin as well as two bottles of delicious Chablis and Ch√Ęteauneuf-du-Pape which are perfect to enjoy over Christmas dinner or any other celebratory meal over the festive season. As well as a generous gathering of bottles we?ve also included delicious fresh produce from some of the finest producers in the UK. Cheeses from Cropwell Bishop and Ford Farm are bound to be enjoyed along with the ham and a whole side of smoked salmon! Not forgetting the Christmas classics such as the biscotti from Arden & Amici, luxurious handmade Butter Cheese Palmiers by Van Strien as well as a decadent Christmas pudding from Coles.Every product in The Celebration has been carefully chosen for its outstanding quality and your recipient will be blown away by what they discover carefully packed inside this classic hamper basket.

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Snowed In  500  Food Hampers

A snowy white wicker hamper containing a luxurious feast of distinctive and moreish seasonal food and wine including bites, nuts, cake, biscuits and chocolate.Your lucky recipient really will feel as if they?ve sunk into a decadent winter wonderland scene. Will they start with the poppy seed savoury biscuits with a chunk of mature cheddar or will the giant chocolate bauble be opened first? Or perhaps the buttery Loison Panettone?Our Snowed In hamper is a spectacularly thoughtful and premium Christmas gift choice.

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The Decadence  350  Food Hampers

The Decadence hamper is a magnificent selection of delicious treats and includes a range of carefully selected smoked salmon and cheeses. Cropwell Bishop's benchmark Blue Stilton is a perennial favourite and an organic brie from Godminster is an excellent addition. We mustn't overlook the tasty savoury snacks, bites and biscuits either. Always thoughtful, we have made sure to include a truly decadent selection of refreshments to partner the epicurean delights; Champagne, fine Australian wines and a fine ruby port!

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Pure Indulgence  250  Food Hampers

This wonderful hamper lives up to its name and adds a splash of colour to boot! A bottle of Champagne, a fine Ruby Port, two bottles of Semillon and another pair of fantastic Shiraz Cabernet wines are only the start. Dig deep and you will find crunch chocolate almond brittle, Grandma Wild?s double chocolate chunk biscuits, Olives et Al Moorish coriander & cumin olives and a trio of decorated fruit cakes - we have chosen the best of the best for a truly indulgent offering.

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Twelfth Night  200  Food Hampers

An opulent Christmas hamper packed full of luxurious food and drink. The carefully packed basket is heaving with plenty to discover and enjoy. A great choice for families, friends and colleagues this Christmas.

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How To Get Paid To Write Local Dining Reviews PDF Print E-mail

Wouldn't it be nice to get paid for doing something you love like dining? Hi, my name is Paul Bright, and I'm about to show you how to take your dining hobby and make money online with it. I'm no hobbyist or expert at local dining, yet I've been able to make money as a freelance writer online about almost anything to include finding local dining options. YOU can probably do better than me with your local dining expertise. All you need are some basic typing skills, grammar skills, and a passion for doing what you love: finding great places to eat and telling everyone about them.

LOCALIZE IT

Localize your dining article. Let's say you live in San Francisco and you know everything there is about dining in San Francisco or nearby areas. You probably know the best ways to get to those places, what to order/not to order, and the best time to show up. Just start generating articles with titles like this:

*Top dinner places in San Francisco

*Best dining resources in San Francisco

*San Francisco lunch dining places to visit

*San Francisco dining options

You have to include the local name in your title so people can quickly find your review. Otherwise it can get lost in cyberspace and no one will see your great work!

PUBLISH IT

Submit your review to a blog related to local dining, a free publishing site like this one, or create a free website through sites like Squidoo to attract attention. Then link your articles on your social networks and spread the word to your family and friends.

What happens is that other local dining enthusiasts find your freelance article read it, take your advice and become happy with the results. Now you are the go-to person for dining in your local area. The ad revenue comes in and you become a wanted local dining freelance writer or reviewer! Now you're getting paid to write about what you know best: local dining!

If you think this isn't a legit way to make money, just type in a "the best" or "the top" request for best local dining options in your favorite search engine and see how many articles come up. Guess who wrote those? Someone like you! And if you think you could've written a better freelance writing article on dining, then there's a job opportunity waiting for you. Isn't it interesting how so many people post their knowledge about local dining for free on sites like Yelp! while others like you can get paid?

My name is Paul Bright, and I've used freelance writing as a perfect way to combine my writing and research skills to get paid from home. Online publication companies and private clients are looking for people with YOUR expertise. Why not use my five years' experience in this field to your advantage and become a freelance writer online? Visit http://www.writeyourlife.org to purchase my inexpensive resource e-book, "Write Your Life: The Beginner's Guide to Freelance Writing Online". Or for free weekly tips, check out my blog at http://www.freewritelife.com. Act now to get in on this high-demand career!

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Wine shopping should be a fun and even an enlightening experience but all too often the opposite is true. Have you ever become frustrated trying to learn more about a particular wine, varietal or winery? Did you ever question a wine critic after tasting a new wine and not agreeing with their rating?

Wine shopping should be a fun and even an enlightening experience but all too often the opposite is true. Have you ever become frustrated trying to learn more about a particular wine, varietal or winery? Did you ever question a wine critic after tasting a new wine and not agreeing with their rating?

Are salespeople in retail wine stores of any value to you? Which wine description should you go by when reading differing information online about the same wine? How much time have you wasted attempting to find a specific wine? Read on to turn these frustrations into positive wine shopping experiences.

What Makes a Wine Good?
Wine preferences like food, are very individual as we each have different tastes. Each of us also has a uniquely developed palate when it comes to tasting the nuances in wines. Add to this the impact on sales which ratings have on a wine along with the lack of integrity of some wine critics and you realize that a wine rating should be a starting point at best when it comes to determining your opinion about a specific wine. I personally take all wine ratings with a grain of salt especially after experiencing and reading about the hyperbole and contradictions which plague this industry. This may be the subject for my next article as there is much to expose. Learning how to taste and evaluate wine for yourself will provide you with more enjoyment in shopping and drinking. Guidance on becoming your own wine critic has immensely more value than the guidance offered by the so-called experts. Many aspects of wine selecting, tasting, serving, drinking, food pairing and even sending back a bad bottle in a restaurant can be fun when you're equipped with the right information. A good wine is a wine which you enjoy; period!

Who's Opinion Should You Trust?
It's pretty rare to find a retail wine shop with a knowledgeable staff. Yes there are some, especially when the owner is a wine aficionado but they may not be familiar with the wines which interest you or they may not be available. Consider yourself blessed or lucky when a retail wine shop has a shelf-talker for a wine which interests you. At least the information on these notes comes from the winery and will usually accurately reflect what's in the bottle; especially if there are winemaster comments. On the other hand, the internet provides all the information you can possible want on most things and that includes wine. But, which information should you believe and go by as you're sure to find many discrepancies in the descriptions of the same wine. Reading different descriptions for the same wine has driven me up a wall for years and unfortunately it happens all the time when shopping for wine online.

I believe that the best bet is to go by what the winery publishes on their products. Searching for the winery's own website and digging for what you want to know can become a full-time job when comparing even a few wines but often it's a necessary evil. A website which culls information from the winery's sites is a great time saver and convenience. Links to the sites of the wineries from one place would also be convenient

Finding a Specific Wine
Attempting to find a specific wine which caught a persons' palate is apparently a common occurrence. With over a quarter million different wines on the market and different laws and distribution systems in each state, this can easily become a time-wasting exercise in futility. While nobody or company has access to every wine out there, a good wine shop is more than happy to attempt to locate wines which they normally don't stock. A Special Request service would be a welcome addition to any wine store.

The Bottom Line
Summing up indicates that shopping for wine online will save you a lot of time while usually saving you plenty of money too. Overhead expenses for online wine sales are much lower than retail stores and you will usually pay less when all is said and done.

The pleasure of becoming a more knowledgeable consumer in a fun way will also lead to a deeper enjoyment when drinking wine. The convenience of home delivery instead of carrying home a 40 lb. case of wine is also meaningful to many people. Yea, we need to pay shipping charges when we buy wine online and there is also an extra fee from the shipper regarding adult signature requirements but sales tax is usually avoided when purchasing out of state.

OnlineWineSale.com was conceived by Larry Andron after years of frustration stemming from shopping for wine. In addition to a wine selection which includes almost 100 varietals from all over the world. OnlineWineSale.com will enlighten you in many facets of the wine world while saving you time and money.

We look forward to serving the wine novice, serious wine buff and everyone in between and will do our best to accommodate you with our special request service. We heavily discount all wines and offer an addition discount for purchasing any mixed case of wine.

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