Everybody has been to one of those dinner parties. After the guests finish the main course and the host clears plates away, out comes the dessert and coffee. I like to imagine that somewhere, some inventive Italian decided that there was no good reason to keep the two separate. Why not have coffee and dessert in the same dish? And that was the birth of the affogato.... Read More | Share it now!Pin It
9 Ideas of Cooking with Coffee
There are so many uses for coffee besides just drinking it. Cooking with coffee and coffee grinds is becoming very popular. Coffee pairs well with a number of things and add a great flavor to the food. It is also a nice way to add some caffeinate into a meal.... Read More | Share it now!Pin It
What to Eat When We Have Coffee?
Many adults simply can’t imagine starting their day without a cup of hot coffee. From the scent of it brewing to the first delicious sip, coffee is an integral part of the morning. Whether it is “doctored” with cream and sugar or simply enjoyed black, people rely on the caffeinated beverage to help them wake up and face their busy day. While coffee is often considered a morning drink, many people also enjoy a cup in the afternoon or evening.... Read More | Share it now!Pin It
Actually, all those coffee drink names are from Italian. When we are in the coffee shop, Italian coffee served signs are available, which doesn’t mean the coffee is made in Italy, but for espresso coffee origins in Italy.... Read More | Share it now!Pin It
Do you know what a Mocha is?
When customers go to Starbucks and look at the menu, normally it takes some time to decide which drinks to choose on the menu. How about Mocha? However, there is no detailed description about the differences on the menu giving you information about what is in your ordered drinks. Most customers are confused about except experienced coffee drinkers. Here I will give a short description about the basics, especially for those unfamiliar with coffee drinks.... Read More | Share it now!Pin It
Turkish coffee (Türk kahvesi) has been a central icon in Turkish society since it was developed about 500 years ago, and we at our site would like to introduce it to you. In the past, coffeehouses were a crucial place for social discourse. Today this beverage still plays an important role in Turkish society, and can be found in multiple countries in and around Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. It has even been included on Turkey’s “intangible cultural heritage list” put out by UNESCO.... Read More | Share it now!Pin It