Coffee and whipped ricotta mousse recipe


I add a dash of Marsala because I use it in my tiramisu, so I always have it hanging about, and its woodiness works brilliantly with coffee. You can add rum or brandy or amaretto as you see fit. I like to serve it in little glass bowls with a light dusting of toasted hazelnut and dark chocolate on the top.

Prep time: 10 minutes, plus 2 hours chilling 


three to four


  • 150ml double cream
  • 250g ricotta
  • 3 tbsp icing sugar
  • 2 tbsp strong espresso coffee
  • 2 tsp Marsala
  • Crushed amaretti or cantucci biscuits (optional)

To decorate

  • 10g
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Skewered chicken goes great on the grill | Food/Recipes


Grilling chicken is an easy way to transform this versatile food into something even more delicious. Various cultures serve chicken in kebab form after grilling it over an open flame, and taste is a big reason this particular method of cooking chicken is so beloved.

While you might not expect to see kebabs on the menu at your favorite Italian restaurant, “spiedini” is Italian for “little skewers,” proving that Italian chefs recognize how delicious chicken can be when served in kebab form. In this recipe for “Spiedini of Chicken and Zucchini with Almond Salsa Verde” from “Cooking Light: Dinner’s Ready”

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Peperami launches vegetarian Vegerami bites that taste like chicken


Peperami goes veggie with vegetarian Vegerami range of chick'nless bites

Behold: Chick’nless Bites (Picture: Peperami/

Vegetarians, have you ever deeply craved the meaty flavour of a Peperami?

Yeah, us neither. Our main meat cravings tend to be hot dogs or ribs.

But just in case a veggie version of their product is what the people have been waiting for, Peperami has launched Vegerami – a vegetarian take on their usual meaty snacks.

Available in Tesco from June, Vegerami Chick’nless Bites come in two flavours, Pep’d Up and Smokin’.

They’re designed to taste, look, and feel like chicken, and are made with pea protein.

Peperami recommends eating them as an on-the-go

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Frankly Coffee Gets Right to the Point in Colorado SpringsDaily Coffee News by Roast Magazine

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The new Frankly Coffee bar in Colorado Springs, Colorado. All images courtesy of Frankly Coffee.

Great coffee and a bit of fun. That’s what you get in the compact and colorful Colorado Springs, Colorado, location recently opened by Frankly Coffee, where baristas are ready to give it to you straight — or with milk.

Frankly Coffee Founders Brandon and Kelly Noffsinger, who were previously partners in Colorado Springs’ Story Coffee Co., have opted for a multiroaster approach, with initial roasts coming from Oregon-based Roseline Coffee and Colorado’s own Sweet Bloom Coffee Roasters.

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Brandon Noffsinger candidly explained the reasons

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Nespresso X Chiara Ferragni: A Stylish Addition To Aina Syahirah’s Morning Routine


As a busy entrepreneur and style guru, Aina Syahirah is always on the go. As such, she can always use a little perk-me-up, preferably from a coffee provider that complements her chic sense of style. 

Fortunately, the co-founder of homegrown shoe brand Kulet has an ace up her sleeve— a gorgeous, vibrantly-designed Nespresso Essenza Mini coffee machine created in collaboration with famed digital entrepreneur Chiara Ferragni that turns every drink into an elevated experience complete with a fun pop twist. And to go with it is a collection of brightly-patterned coffee mugs that just happen to complement the bold

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Keep it simple, cheap and healthy with beans — and these recipes


When I was younger, I never appreciated how lucky I was to spend time with many of my great-grandparents. One of them stands out.

Even in his old age, my great-grandfather Edwin was a bundle of energy. He was healthier than average and lived to be 99. 

I remember how much he aggravated my grandmother, because, just like most people, he wanted to maintain control of his life even as he aged and needed some help. Edwin was no longer driving and my grandmother was buying his groceries. But he insisted on going to the grocery store with her so

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