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I Love Coffee - - A blog for coffee lovers.

I Love Coffee - - A blog for coffee lovers.
This infographic is not about coffee, but should be very interesting to you all. I made this for Dr. Julie Wei, she is a specialist for children's ear, nose and throat. This infographic shows that kid's drinks actually contain a lot of sugar, which is actually the same as they are drinking candy with a straw! Continue reading ... Posted by Ryoko 1 day, 12 hours ago Filed in: Facts Coffee, it's what's for breakfast.

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30-Something Everyday Tasks You Might Be Doing 'Wrong' My breakfast this morning — blown, not peeled. Matt Thompson hide caption itoggle caption Matt Thompson Sustainable Eats & the Dancing Goat Gardens Communal Project I’ve never been pro-soda but now that I’m on my homegrown kick I’m discovering new old ways to make things. I posted last month on how to harness wild yeast to make your own soda using ingredients you can find at any grocers: So far we’ve made lemon soda and rootbeer (with the caveat that we used dried sarsparilla and wintergreen leaves found at Bob’s Homebrew in the U District for the root beer.) This spring the first fruit up is rhubarb which is a favorite of mine so I have lots of rhubarb plants. I decided to turn it into soda. To make this you will need a mess of rhubarb (maybe 5 or 6 nice sized stalks), a ginger bug, and some sugar. You can use just about any kind of sugar crystals but not honey since it may kill the wild yeast.

Absinthe - Wikipedia Albert Maignan's Green Muse (1895): a poet succumbs to the Green Fairy. An absinthe frappé, a common way to serve absinthe with simple syrup, water, and crushed ice Absinthe ( Absinthe originated in the canton of Neuchâtel in Switzerland in the late 18th century. It rose to great popularity as an alcoholic drink in late 19th- and early 20th-century France, particularly among Parisian artists and writers. Owing in part to its association with bohemian culture, the consumption of absinthe was opposed by social conservatives and prohibitionists.

gemma correll and her merry band of misfits: Coffee: A Love Letter I do not remember the taste of my first ever cup of coffee, but I do remember spilling most of it down the front of my Space (remember them?) 1998 UK tour T-shirt. Perhaps not the most auspicious beginning for a serious relationship that has continued now for over a decade, but as somebody who spilled, and continues to spill, things on herself on a fairly regular basis, nothing to actively discourage me on my path to caffeine addiction. I had decided, at the tender age of thirteen, slumped on the sofa watching my Il Postino video for the tenth time, to become Italian.

20 Signs You Grew Up a Church Kid *This post contains affiliate links. Clicking on the link and making an Amazon purchase helps support my family. Thanks in advance! I grew up a church kid. homework: creative inspiration for home and life: GOOD TASTE: Winnie the Pooh Honey {Hunny} Pops Fall is around the corner and with the little ones back to school, cold and flu season will be upon us in no time. So when I was recently watching “The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh”, I started to “think, think, think” about honey. Did you know that honey is a great way to soothe a sore throat? Know your Whiskey: The Difference between Bourbon, Scotch, Rye, Irish I can’t tell you how many times someone has asked me “What’s the difference between Scotch and Whiskey”? At first I thought it was just one person who misunderstood the concept, but after running into this situation multiple times over the last few years I’ve learned that the majority of the people in the world really have no idea what makes whiskey whiskey, Scotch Scotch and Bourbon Bourbon. What is Whiskey? If we’re going to explain the difference between whiskeys, first you should understand what a whiskey actually is. To keep it simple, whiskey is any booze distilled from fermented grain mash.

A Great Cup of Coffee It’s not hard to brew a great cup of coffee—at least, it shouldn’t be. There are only two ingredients: coffee and water. And there are only two firm rules: these ingredients must be combined and then, sometime later, separated. (In fact, this second rule is somewhat less firm: when professionals are evaluating coffee, they typically let the grounds settle at the bottom of the cup, and use a rounded spoon to scoop small mouthfuls from near the surface.) 37 Amazing Bathroom Designs That Fused with Nature So you like to relax in the bath? Then this tropical nature inspired bathroom uses blue lighting to set the mood and fauna to make you feel like your bathing in a rainforest. Natural greenery promotes a sense of wellbeing, and there are several ways in which you can play on the look.

Apple Cider Churros Apple Cider Churros Fried apple cider churros, tossed in a sweet cinnamon-sugar mixture and served with homemade caramel sauce. I’ve always been a fan of fried food over baked… at least when there is a choice between the two. Fried donuts over baked because baked donuts are just cake shaped like a donut. Fried potatoes (aka fries). Kukicha Kukicha (茎茶), or twig tea, also known as bōcha (棒茶), is a Japanese blend made of stems, stalks, and twigs. It is available as a green tea or in more oxidized processing. Kukicha has a unique flavor and aroma among teas, due to its being composed of parts of the tea plant that are excluded from most other teas. Regular Kukicha material comes from production of Sencha or Matcha. When coming from Gyokuro's production, it takes the name of Karigane (雁ヶ音 / かりがね) or Shiraore (白折 / しらおれ).

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