If you aren’t familiar with the recipe “burnt grapes”, then the idea of them may come as an odd thing to try. However, once you do, you will not be sorry! This easy to make dessert is one your whole family will enjoy, so what are you waiting for?
Give this dessert a try at your next dinner party!
5 cups grapes, seedless
2 cups sour cream
½ cup sugar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
½ cup butter
½ cup brown sugar
Wash and dry grapes. Mix sour cream, sugar, and vanilla together.
Pour cream mixture over grapes and stir gently. Pour into a 9×13 inch pan, or individual serving dishes.
In a saucepan, bring butter and brown sugar to a boil and let boil for about 3 minutes.
Immediately pour over grapes. Don’t stir. Chill for 3 to 4 hours.
Most of use, including me, use our phones right up until we go to bed. We plug it in beside us in bed, and go to sleep. Not that we think this is the best thing to do, but it feels necessary. We usually use our phones as our alarm clocks so it makes sense to do this. Apparently not.
A New Hampshire fire department posted on Facebook warning cell phone to use their charging cables with caution. They stated that the heat produced by the charger can get so hot that it can burn fabric causing fires, in some cases.
The reason there were burns seen in that post, was probably from exposed wires on the charger. I don’t know about anyone else but I am so guilty of this.
So how bad is it really to sleep with your phone? Brad Nichols, a technician with a technology repair service company told Reader’s Digest, exactly how bad it might be.
He said the act of having your phone on your bed doesn’t pose very much risk at all. It’s when it gets plugged in on your bed when you fall asleep. If a phone is charging and is tightly under a pillow or blanket, it could heat up and cause a fire.
The risk increases if you fall asleep with a video, or music playing, while it’s also charging.
This increases the risk because when you drain or charge your battery, your phone lets off heat, and when you drain your battery by using it while it’s trying to charge, it gets even hotter. “The problem is when it’s covered with cloth and doesn’t allow the heat to escape,” Nichols says. So a pillow or blanket smothering your already overheating phone could be an accident waiting to happen.
To remain safe and prevent over-heating or even fires, here’s a few suggestions and tips.