Rose is a popular ingredient in skin care -- and with good reason! Extracts of this delicate flower may be used on all skin types but are often included in products for dry, sensitive, and mature skin. Now is a great time to highlight the many ways rose is used in beauty.
I've tried this recipe before for rosé sangria and it was awesome. The best thing about using a rosé in sangria is that it heightens the focus on the fruit components of wine -- very refreshing on a hot day.
I moved to Astoria on a February day, when the daffodils were in full bloom and the snow was on the red, red roses. I didn't need a green thumb to figure out what had been staring me in the face: These flowers were fakes.
When the temperature rises I instinctively reach for an aromatic white or rosé. Of all the wines I've been drinking this summer, my favorites fall into two distinct price categories: $15 or less, or over $15.
The St. Valentine's Day is coming!
Just imagine you are in a city park with a beautiful girl who loves roses.
You have until midnight to pick as many roses as you can.
Watch out that the gardener does not see you.