So what is Columbian coffee really all about? The following guide includes some delicious recipes about Columbian coffee--information you can use now! Coffee is on of Americas favorite beverages and becomes more popular as the years go by. So naturally you would be able to find different methods of preparing Columbian coffee. You can make all sorts of tasty treats with this aromatic drink.Below are some of the most popular recipes that are highly used today in some of the most popular coffee houses across the world. Now, you can save money by making these Columbian coffee recipes come to life in your very own kitchen. Friends and family alike will be amazed at just how delicious your coffee treats taste.100% Iced Columbian CoffeeDouble strength Columbian coffeeCracked Ice4 tablespoons of sugarBrew double strength Columbian coffee by simply adding 8 tablespoons of ground coffee to every 12 ounces of water.Fill your electric blender half way with your chilled Columbian coffee and add the cracked ice.Add the 4 tablespoons of sugar or sweetener and blend until you have a thick foamy coffee treat. This recipe will give you approximately 4 servings, if you need more than that simply double or triple the recipe to suit your needs. This will became a fast favorite for the Columbian coffee lovers in your life.Columbian Coffee Mousse a cup of brewed 100% Columbian coffee1 cups of milk1 cup of heavy cream1 package of unflavored gelatin3 eggs; separated cup of brown sugar teaspoon almond extract1/8 teaspoon vanilla extractCoffee concentrates (1 cup ground to every 8 ounces of cold water)Sprinkle the gelatin over a cup of cold water and let it soften while preparing the custard.Heat milk to its boiling point in a saucepan. Beat egg yolks using a wire whisk or electric mixer. Pour the hot milk over beaten egg yolks slowly, beating constantly with wire whisk. Return mixture to saucepan, add brown sugar, and cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until custard has thickened slightly, approximately 10 minutes. Remove from heat, and add gelatin to the hot custard and stir until dissolved. Add coffee concentrate, vanilla and almond extracts.3. Transfer mixture to a bowl and refrigerate. Keep refrigerated and stir every five minutes until custard has thickened to the consistency of unbeaten egg whites, approximately 25-45 minutes. 4. Meanwhile, whip the cream until it softens and refrigerate. 5. Beat egg whites until they are stiff but not dry. Fold coffee custard base into egg whites. Gently fold in whipped cream. Pour mixture into 8 individual custard cups and refrigerate for at least 4 hours until set. When you have finished, you will have created a delicious surprise for all to enjoy. These recipes are by no means exhaustive but just a few of some of the worlds most popular Columbian "coffee recipes" . With just a little creativity and imagination you can take these recipes on Columbian coffee and develop many more! Enjoy.
Of all available teapots, perhaps English teapots are one of the most elegant styles. The teapots made of bone china are typically floral and have a dainty, fragile look that make you feel like royalty when you touch them. With care, they will last for many lifetimes and serve many guests.Bone china is not your only option, however. Now English teapots are made from a variety of different substances. If you think that English teapots are an extravagance, youll be pleased to know that the price range varies according to your selection. Plus, besides serving tea from them, think of the other possibilities for using them.Consider giving an English teapot whenever you need a gift for a friend or relative. You could start a collection of service for them and continue adding to their existing collection whenever you need to give them another gift. Theyll be appreciative and you can make life simpler for yourself as well by not having to spend your time shopping for a gift.Even better is to start your own collection. Of course you will probably want to add the matching cups and saucers. Imagine your collection in a china cabinet illuminated by a soft, glowing light. Wont your friends enjoy admiring them? When your friends or relatives ask what you want for a gift for your birthday or a holiday, you could ask for a teapot or additional pieces to your own set. Later, when youre ready, you could consider giving your pieces to someone special as an heirloom.If youre worried about breaking a piece, you can usually buy or find a replacement through replacement services and websites, so dont worry about replacements. Instead, think of your tea parties. Picture a table set with your gorgeous English teapot and matching cups, saucers, creamer, and sugar bowl. Imagine your guests commenting on your exquisite pattern and questioning its origin. See yourself explaining how you received the set and how much you love it.Whats left to do? Take action and find the set you want. Your biggest challenge will be deciding among the beautiful selections. Take your time. Choosing the exact style, color, and pattern you like is part of the fun. If you have trouble deciding and if your budget allows, you may want to order several teapots or sets for yourself. The more sets you have, the more guests you can invite to your tea parties.Once you do make a selection, youll have pieces youll cherish forever. Remember - dont just look at your teapots. Use them. You now have a wonderful reason to have more company so that you can share your valued set.You deserve to treat yourself and teapots are one of the best ways to do so. When is the best time to treat yourself? Without a doubt, the best time to treat yourself is always right now!
It appears that a green tea diet has some of the same properties that golden elixirs, fountains of youth and magic potions all have. If there is a risk for Alzheimer's in your family, then a "green tea" diet may delay the onset of this disease.This has been the conclusion of a recent study that was done in Britain. It discovered that a green tea diet will inhibit the 3 chemical culprits that are associated with breaking down chemical messengers and forming plaques and protein deposits in your brain.Who Could Benefit From a Green Tea DietDuring the flu season you should incorporate a green tea diet into your daily routine because it will help you to fight off the flu. This is because the substance in green tea that is known as L-theanine is able to increase your virus-battling cells by 10 times. This will also work if you gargle with green tea.Another great benefit of the green tea diet is that it will increase your metabolism and oxidize any fat that you may have, without raising your heart rate. This has been proven in a recent scientific paper by the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The reason why your heart rate is so important here is because an increased heart rate can lead to adverse cardiac effects.However, there are only 2 ways in which you can actually get rid of fat: by dieting or by exercising. If you are unable to diet, then the green tea diet may be just what you have been looking for as it will allow you to expend energy without a lot of exercise. Combine that with the fact that it is all natural and you have got yourself a winner.The Concluding Facts About a Green Tea DietIf you love the idea of a green tea diet but simply cannot stand the taste of tea then you should know that there are benefits of green tea pills that you can take as a dietary supplement. These usually come in 500 mg. capsules that you should take 2 or 3 times a day. There is no bitter aftertaste with these capsules either.So, regardless of how you take "benefits of green tea" , the benefits of a benefits of green tea diet simply cannot be ignored. Of course, it is possible to ignore these facts but why would you want to?
Everywhere I look now there seems to be a new fad diet going around and the list is always never ending. Just recently though I came across a diet that at first I just mistook for a new fad diet but which in truth was a diet that had been around for sometime. Its one of those religious diets and relies on many things to help you through the times when youre on your diet. Each of these religious diets is slightly different but most have one thing in common, and thats the power of your own belief, and a great church support group. If youre looking into religious diets you wont have far to look as there are many books that are proliferating the diet markets. To get information though all you need to do is ask a church member. Around the world, religious diets can mean many things to many people. For the Hindus their religious diets forbids them from eating meat, especially beef. In India the cow is a sacred beast and is treated as such by all. For the Muslims during the month of Ramadan they go on a strict fasting diet. Theyre not allowed to eat or drink anything during the daylight hours for the whole month. Without a steadfast faith they could not do this. The same applies to those of the Christian faith, although its sad to say that any interested third party would only notice a growing number of Christian diet books, and a lagging number of actual drops in waistlines. This is not to say that we have less faith, but that our church food tables are laden more with fat-inducing foods than the healthier option foods. I know a friend of mine gained 10 pounds within a few months after starting a regular church attendance. However, with the help of our church group and much personal prayer on her part she was able to drop those extra 10 pounds. There is something in the religious diets but only if you believe. You need to have faith in yourself, in God, and in the power of prayer. If you read any of the books that are currently on the market you can get a good insight into what religious diets will entail for you. When you start on your religious diets remember to always have faith in yourself, and if you falter remember to always have faith in the power of prayer. Having faith in the power of God will only enhance this and make your dieting tribulations easier. Have faith all will work out well in the end.
Argentina: meat central, right? This is not necessarily so anymore. As a committed vegetarian (that means I do eat dairy products) unlike vegans (no dairy or eggs) I feared moving to Argentina and being deprived of vegetarian options. I would be in carnivore heaven and starve, well maybe not. What could I eat except for deep fried cheese, pizza and be completely deprived of nutrients. (and about 25 pounds heavier)I was surprised! There are many vegetarians in Buenos Aires (compared to the USA its not that high) and numerous vegetarian dining and cooking options.My top restaurants for a guaranteed healthy and tasty meal include:Pura Vida Restaurant on Uriburu 1489 and Pena (look for the bright orange awning). This is a juice bar that also serves soup, sandwiches and salads. It has been open less then a year ago by two expats from the United States. One owner is a strict "raw foodist" (nothing baked) and the other is a vegan. At Pura Vida you will have delicious liquados (smoothies) or jugos (juices). My favorite smoothie is the "Strawberry Fields Forever" which has banana, blueberry, raspberry, apple juice and I request spirulina to be added.The other option although not solely vegetarian but carnivore friendly is California Burrito Company in Microcentro on Lavalle 441 and San Martin (4328-3056). This restaurant was also opened by three expats from the United States. This restaurant has an assembly line system to ordering your meal. They claim 15,000 variations can be created for a fajita, burritio or taco. As a vegetarian, you choose from either pinto or black beans, various salsas, spicy mole, guacamole, sour cream (non-vegan), and vegetables. The burrito also includes a beverage of your choice all for under the price of $20 AR.In the Collegiales neighborhood, you will find Verde Llama on Jorge Newbery 3623 (4554-7467). This is a raw foods restaurant run by Diego, an Argentine and staunch believer of the "life foods philosophy." If vegetarianism is radical in Argentina then raw foodism is sacrelegous. At Verde Llama nothing is cooked. The base of the foods is made from cracker like food made from sprouts processed in a "dehydrator."The menu includes salads, lasagna, coconut curry, and an extensive juice and wine list. They also have a mate mousse for dessert. Diego is very passionate about "life foods" and gives classes at the restaurants on preparing raw food dishes at home. One of the chefs at Verde Llama is also a baker and sells his wares for $10 AR at the restaurant along with some other ready made products.As a vegetarian, its easier to prepare meals from home then scout out what I can and cannot eat from a menu. (Its also more cost effective to eat in!) The supermarket chain, Jumbo in Palermo (near the mosque) is a good resource for buying vegetables, soy sauce and some other staples. For more extensive shopping its worth a trip to Barrio Chino in Belgrano.Barrio Chino is made up of about 2 or 3 blocks and there are many restaurants (some vegetarian) and shops crammed into this little area. You can always find soy milk in Barrio Chino. At Asia Oriental Market on Arribenos you will find an extensive supply of baked tofu, silken tofu,prepared foods such as vegetarian sushi, vegetables and fruits.I have seen on expatriate websites in Buenos Aires people searchin for coconut oil, sesame milk and other items easily found at The Whole Foods market chain in the USA. However, these products are not easy to find here. The solution? People are learning to make their own almond, and sesame milk. There is clearly a market for a Whole Foods market here in Buenos Aires. There is a growing market to accommodate vegetarians and with all of these people opening up restaurants and markets the demand will increase. Perhaps, Argentina land of carnivores will become famous for vegetarian living too!