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is a classic italian dessert that means "ice cream drowned in espresso", serve the ice cream and the espresso separate. The actual pouring of the coffe is part of the DRAMA of serving an affogato - the "drowning" of the ice cream :-) .... for - play around: "CHILL OUT"
I said, “Pass the crackers,” but they heard, “Call the quackers and in split seconds my kitchen “helpers” flapped in laughter and chaos. Zooming just over the sugar bags and bins in “clappity-slaps,” they honked something about making punch! With beady eyes on mission they shouted, “We’re here to help!” Ok, so maybe they can help unlike their buddies in previous posts. Usually if my critters are not dropping stuff they’re stomping up flour clouds and drumming up great grief for me, not making cupcakes. BUT in this case if you want to enjoy the best punch ever please dive in with the ducks. This is delish and I’m not even a coffee drinker. Thanks to my friend, Sandra, and this concoction, that may change!
Would you like coffee or tea? Either way, pour yourself a cup of happiness! I've used acrylic painted papers to create some traditionally collaged items, with a little help from Procreate. I love to combine traditional and digital artwork.
Wake up and smell the coffee! I made the background as a cute pattern first. Then turned it into a spread. I did this over a couple of days. What do you think? Sort of #unicorn coffee with the colors. I always like something sweet with my coffee because I don’t put sugar in it 🍬🍭☕️
It's All Greek To Me! If you have lived in or visited New York City, you have undoubtedly encountered this cup. If you haven't made it to The Big Apple quite yet, you surely have seen this iconic coffee container on TV. Either way, you may be asking "What's Up With That Cup?" What is the story behind this icon? Why does it look Greek? The answers are yours to discover...We are happy to serve you!
Wake up and smell the decaf! I’ve found lovely hazelnut flavored decaf, so even though I forgo the caffeine, I still can enjoy the aroma of a freshly brewed cup. And as my own barista, I make my own drip coffee using an over-the-cup filter because everyone else is having regular in the morning. To each, their own!
I learned of granizados when I lived in Spain. They are water-based, dairy-free frozen treats with a slush like texture. One of the most traditional granizados is lemon flavored, but when it is hot, a granizado de café is a wonderful way to get your coffein hit and a cool treat at the same time. Classically the liquid is put in the freezer and has to be scraped every thirty minutes. This makes it quite time consuming. But if you own a blender or smoothie maker you can side track this easily and have a treat whenever you like it with minimal prep time!