In our test, we liked how easy the display was to use and how the coffee dispenser could be raised and lowered easily to suit the coffee cup size. There’s also a lever to adjust the grinding fineness of your bean so you can ramp up the flavour and strength as you see fit. There’s also a button to choose the bean strength depending on how much of a caffeine kick you’re after. The button to personalise your drink – so you can choose the strength and how tall the coffee, right down to the last ml – was also
Cooking with kids: the difference between how that’s going to be in your mind (fun, bonding, delicious, a great way to get kids to try new things) and how it can be in practice (bizarrely stressful, incredibly messy, essentially divisive) can, shall we say, be vast. Those who have tried have probably experienced some degree of both and are, as a result, more comfortable dishing out the food than The Advice. I’ll hold back on the advice today (though I would whisper that a bit of prep really does pay off, so get all your ingredients out and ready),
With COVID-19 gradually releasing its deadly grip, this Memorial Day we can focus once again on the threat of our outdoor grill.
Yes, that. Folks who grill hamburgers and hot dogs face a nasty choice. The U.S. Meat and Poultry Hotline advises grilling at high temperature to avoid food poisoning by E. coli and Salmonella bacteria. But the National Cancer Institute warns that high-temperature grilling of processed meats generates cancer-causing compounds.
Whether it’s the homemade tortillas or the vegetarian green chile made with Pueblo chiles that draws customers to Julians Restaurant, 2111 W. Northern Ave., they always get a healthy dose of art with their meals.
The former Herrera’s eatery was bought by Cat Tamasonis and her husband, Daniel Arellano, five years ago. At the time, she was working as a nurse for a nursing home and he was working for the city’s water treatment plant.
“I had had a chocolate store in Washington state and never thought of doing Mexican food or any type of restaurant. My sister Betty
Pittsburgh-based roaster and retailer Commonplace Coffee has organized a group of eight Pennsylvania roasters to participate in a fundraiser called Be The Bridge, offering eight distinct commercial roasts of a single high-quality green coffee.
A portion of proceeds from the sale of each bag sold is being donated towards efforts to address food insecurity in the Keystone State.