White Chocolate Mochaccino Or An Orange Mocha Frappuccino?
- Jenny Riley
... different people go their as if their lives depend on it.
Of course, there certainly must be something intriguing about a freshly roasted bean. Because it is surprising to note that despite the avalanche of coffee cafes that are swarming with patrons on a daily basis, some people still detest...
Be A Specialty Coffee Specialist
- Linda Johnson
... and delicate commodity. Its peak taste has a very short life span. It will weaken with time, air exposure, and exposure to moisture. Speed in the entire coffee process, from when the beans were picked right up to when your machine brews your pot, is essential.
Because specialty coffee is an...
Pointers In Serving Gourmet Cheese
- Melinda Carnes
Serving gourmet cheese is an art form unto itself. You shouldn’t mix more than five cheeses at a meal. Make a good impression by serving the cheese on a marble slab or silver tray. Do not crowd the try with bread or crackers. Use separate containers for both storing and serving gourmet...
Several Grocery Stores Online
- Melissa Core
... serpentine queues to be helped by a brusque manager. Our parents are already tied up with work, traveling, caring for kids, grooming, gym etc and online grocery stores give them immense reprieve in terms of time savings.
Grocery stores are especially convenient to those who prefer to have the...
The Precious Water
- Jonathon Hardcastle
... you probably drink at least a cup of coffee and perhaps, if you are conscious with your diet, you begin your day with a glass of water at room temperature and a drop of lemon. But, during the day, with a coffee spot on every corner and a vending machine in every office building and school, you...
Making Your Own Delicious Latte Coffee
- Jenny Riley
... the evolving society, the drive through.
The craze across the country now is about latte coffee, and the appeal cuts across both gender. So it is safe to conclude that we are in a new java epoch. Though when I was growing up the drip pot was the favorite of my parents, I promised...
Yummy Halloween Treats
- Susanne Myers
... excitement as you count down to the big day.
Fix your favorite sandwich on white bread. One of our favorites for these ghostly sandwiches is a turkey and cheese sandwich with just a touch of mayonnaise (all white ingredients for a spooky white ghost). Fix the sandwich as...
Beer - A Brief History
- Michael Kyle
... conception of beer and learn its quenching history!
Beer is possibly the oldest and most popular alcoholic beverage on the planet today. Records of beer can be traced back to 5000 BC in the ancient writings of the Egyptians and Mesopotamians.
It’s basic mix of carbohydrates and water made it...
The Proper Servicing Of Wine
- Jennie Wills
... your swinging and swaying your bottle of wine around like some toy, consider its journey, carry it carefully and of course give it a comfortable place to rest.
Wine should be stored on its’ side in a cool place ideally at 55 degrees F. Storing wine in a place at a higher temperature...
The Art Of Tasting Wine
- Jennie Wills
... to ever hear it!
Smelling, sipping, tasting, and drinking! The etiquette in wine tasting exists because taste is entirely affected by smell. Wine has so much to offer our taste buds, so in order to get the whole experience a short ritual must first occur.
1. Color - Take a look. View the wine,...
The Basic Wine Essentials
- Jennie Wills
... of wine has been dated as far back as 8000-4000BC in Mesopotamia. Having thousands of years to further perfect the wine making process, this sexy beverage is a palate pleaser like no other providing a continuous adventure for pleasure seekers in this arena where no bottle is quite like the...
The Basics Of Wine Tasting
- Kadence Buchanan
... wine and whether it is suitable for aging or for immediate drinking. Its purpose it to discover the key facets of the wine in order to appreciate it better in every sense of the word.
Wine tasting also serves to compare a particular wine with others that fall into the same price range, region...
The Perfect Mashed Potato
- Lisa Paterson
... is created equally.
If it is too runny, too floury, too lumpy or too tasteless, it is just not going to make the grade.
The first issue to the perfect mash is the potato skin. Peel it off ' right! Well, my family often actually enjoy 'country mash', which leaves the skin on. This results...
Wine, Wine Clubs & Storage
- Dennis Conner
... sampling of various wines from around the world. Today, there are a number of wine clubs in existence with each operating differently from another. One of the most common practices of wine clubs is a monthly or annual subscription fee, which must be paid by the members, in exchange for the...
Homemade Banana Bread
- Melissa Core
... than with the preparation of food. One of the most popular items is banana bread. It so easy that even children can lend you a hand in its preparation. You can ask them to peel and mash the bananas.
You do not have to worry about the soft, small hands getting into mixer since majority of...
The 10 Most Fattening Cocktails
- Donna Monday
... stop and think about the number of calories hiding inside that cocktail glass. That’s right - calories. If you are health conscious, or on a weight loss plan, your favorite drink might not be so friendly towards your waistline.
It’s entertaining to watch the bartender mix up a drink and pour...
Mix It Up! A Salad Boost Can Keep You Healthy
- Donna Monday
... bother cooking them.
A fast and easy way to eat your veggies is just a bag away. There are many pre-made salads available at your supermarket that makes it easy to add fresh greens to your diet.
I like romaine lettuce because the deeper the green color the healthier it is for you. However, good...
Goji Berries, A Gift From Nature
- Gabriel Adams
... Why are they called Mother Nature’s gift?” Well, follow me through this article and you will soon understand why!
One of the first things that will strike your eye when you read about Goji berries is that they contain more protein than whole wheat, more carotene B than carrots and a...
Tips For Making The Perfect Pie Crust
- Jude Wright
... Using a small bottle cap, cut small circles of leftover dough. Overlap the circles on moistened rim, pressing down lightly.
- A food processor or blender makes easy work of mixing pie dough, crushing cookies or crackers and grinding nuts.
- To prevent soggy crusts, brush inside of baked pie...
Baking Finger Foods
- Melissa Core
... material about this topic at http://www.grocerycarriage.com. The host and hostess supply the food and beverages. So, this year we decided to offer finger foods. With finger foods we can prepare them early and can enjoy the block party day by visiting with out neighbors.
Many recipe books that...
Two Faces Of Monster Energy Drink Side Effects—ally Or Enemy?
- Low Jeremy
... of calories to be used. Whether you are an athlete, student, or working man, such energy drink is relatively helpful when it comes to increasing your stamina and improving your performance, no matter how many calories your body is burning.
However, along with the growing popularity of Monster...
Milk - The Most Remarkable Foods
- Bill Ronin
... named elements are abundant in fruits and vegetables, particularly in the potato, which is also very rich in salts of potash. A diet consisting exclusively of milk and cereals is less satisfactory. Such a diet often gives rise to scurvy in infants. Cereals are deficient in the alkaline elements...
Taste The Best Beer In Town
- Mark Buds
... Beer-Wine.com is one of the most popular online sites where you can get complete beer making kits needed for brewing beer at home. From beer making equipments to brewing grains and bottling supplies and so on, this online company gives you a wide array of choices where you can build your beer...
More Fruit Baskets Made Special
- Pat Murphy
... and taste good, the generic tag diminishes their value. This is one of the downfalls of being an easy gift to give. Fortunately, makers of more fruit baskets recognize these problems and have taken some tasty actions. More fruit baskets are being sold in more varieties and with tastier...
Is Being a Chef a Career or a Job?
- Keith Londrie
... or a job depends largely on you. Of course, if your chef-dom is merely a job for you, don’t be surprised if it doesn’t take long to burn out. Fifty to 70-hour work weeks, high stress, and the creative brain drain all take their toll fairly early on those not entirely dedicated to their...