We’ve talked about soup mixes, muffin mixes and spice blends. But for the winter, you might want to try something to make hot drinks.
Keep your wine in the best possible quality.
There’s boiling, gravity filtration and pressurized. And then there’s another classic brewing method.
My first exposure to coffee besides the percolator in my family’s kitchen was the coffee my father made when we were on camping trips.
The ground coffee can be prepared in two ways: brewing and making Espresso.
This is more of an art than a science and requires a skilled human operator.
If you put away pots of the stuff there could be a problem.
Sparkling wines can be just as much fun in summer as they are on New Year’s Eve or other special occasions.
Coffee originated in Northeastern Africa around Ethiopia. It spread into the Arab world and then around the Mediterranean and into Europe. It is now grown in over 70 countries around the world.
The European secret to surviving the feast is an after-dinner drink, called a digestif (pronounced die-jes-teef). These are liquors made to help settle an over-full tummy.