Are You Baking With the Right Chocolate? – Bon Appétit

By Rochelle Bilow | December 7, 2015 The baking aisle of your supermarket is a complicated place, stacked high with questions and more varieties of funfetti cake than you ever know you needed. If you’re just there for some baking chocolate, you face shelves of options: Bittersweet or semisweet? Milk or dark? How dark? Chips or bars? Bars or blocks? Nibs?!? It’s enough to throw your hands up, grab a tub of frosting, one of those boxed mixes, and call it a day. Until now. We present: the …

A tea for every taste | Newcastle Herald

By Kate Tarala | August 18, 2015 Becci Fowler’s tea shop, The Tea Project in King Street, Newcastle, sells about 70 types of tea. Picture: Jonathan Carroll WRAPPING your hands around the warm cup, inhaling deep to take in the aroma, taking a sip of the warm drink and letting the flavours dance across your palate: it’s time for tea in Newcastle at The Tea Project. Housed in a terrace at 177 King Street, Newcastle – the same …

Insight: the coffee shop that comes to you | Nestlé Global

… takes place on the street. My budget was too small to invest in any premises or full-time staff, so I needed to create a different kind of business model. I thought if I provided all the tools required to make the coffee, someone else could invest in a kitchen area to prepare it, sell it, and keep a portion of the profits. If they earned enough, they could operate a small business from the kitchen, employing a group of vendors to go out every day and sell the coffee for them. hands free For this …

The first (and last) time I drank Tibetan butter tea – The Globe and Mail

… to stay clean. Our head guide revealed that he had never washed in his life and he certainly saw no reason to start now. I took a look at his hands, which looked like a blacksmith’s, full of thick calluses and permanently stained black, and saw he wasn’t lying. To continue reading this article, please click on this link: Source: The first (and last) time I drank Tibetan butter tea – The Globe and Mail …

Weed Infused Coffee Pods Are Making Wake and Bake a Real Thing | Bustle

… of Jane in California, and confirmed my suspicions that if you want to get your hands on some THC-cups you’re going to have to go to Washington or California. Until then, you’ll have to stick to the old-fashioned method of brewing your coffee and then rolling a blunt. I know, life is so hard. To continue reading this article, please click on this link: Source: Weed Infused Coffee Pods Are Making Wake and Bake a Real Thing | Bustle …