When it comes to beverages, there are two kinds of people in this world — those who love tea, and those who swear by coffee. If you are someone who prefers a fresh cup of coffee to tea, we have got some news. It looks like you have actress Karisma Kapoor as an ally. Want proof? Head over to her latest Instagram Stories. The actress, who captured the nation’s imagination in the 90s with her powerful performances and dancing skills, put up a picture and showed us just how she likes her coffee. Take a look:
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PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN — A selection of vegetarian Indian food has joined the list of summer dining destinations near Park Slope thanks to a new pop-up on Third Avenue, Patch has learned.
Brooklyn-based company Masala Mama has opened a pop-up location at Michael & Ping’s Chinese restaurant, bringing a menu of vegetarian Indian dishes to the storefront through September, according to owners.
The pop-up, which opened last weekend, will include counter service, pick-up and delivery options at the restaurant, found between Seventh and Eighth streets.
“I’ve always dreamed of having a small Indian cafe that prepared the homestyle Indian food
JUST WHAT IS the problem with Marshmallow Fluff? It gets zero respect these days. I suppose that brand name doesn’t help. “Fluff” is, after all, the word we use for anything not to be taken seriously. So I’ll begin here by shifting to the generic term for this foodstuff that food snobs scorn: marshmallow creme. There. Does that sound French enough?
People seem to be OK with the marshmallow in its solid form. Maybe it’s the symbiotic relationship it has with the chocolate bar and the Graham cracker, transformed via campfire into the ever-popular s’more.
But I am here to
They don’t serve their coffee in venti and grande cups or try to sell you the latest album from a hipster folk artist. This coffee shop can’t be found on every corner—just the corner where it happens to be parked.
Arrielle Cordero, 30, and her younger sister Ashley Erdman, 26, opened Salted Sisters, a coffee shop based out of a small concession trailer, less than three months ago.
They first got the idea to run their own cafe when they were teenage baristas.
“We loved the work itself and thought it would be cool to own our own coffee shop,”