But hey–at least their flavors can be cool.
Food & Recipes
Art class curriculum should include the skill of swirling and decorating milk froth since, quite frankly, barista work is best done by art majors.
Besides, latte art is difficult enough to require a proper education. There are even competitions for it.
No, not marshmallow root tea, but tea that actually attempts to imitate that fluffy, puffy marshmallow taste.
It’s time for cereal companies to begin reconsidering their packaging choice, i.e. difficult-to-open boxes and plastic bags.
You need only to mention its name—‘the affogato’—and everyone will think either that your parents are wealthy or that they aren’t, and you wish they were.
Or maybe you’re just classy by nature.
Social experience has suggested that men are capable of voluntarily baking and decorating cupcakes without the help of women. Furthermore, they have enjoyed it.
For example, the Butch Bakery in New York makes cupcakes that are for men, by men.
The cookbook section of the bookstore seems too large. Its size is baffling when one considers how nearly all recipes are on websites or in magazines alongside ‘handy tips’ for color-coordinating the kitchen and dining room tablecloth.
Why would one purchase a cookbook with these other options? Is it tradition? Tangibility? The attractive photographs?
It might be education.
It’s the end of blackberry season, by the way.
This means that if you are tempted to buy an expensive batch in the grocery store, say ‘No’ and visit a U-Pick farm instead.
Or, if you live in rural England, go on a walk. They’re hanging on fences everywhere as common as dandelions.
Sweet Chili (Mexican Spice) and Choco (Aztec Spice) are made for anyone with a chocolate addiction.
Mexican Spice burns sweetly (hence, its ‘sweet chili’ name) and goes extremely well with chocolate, particularly if you’re fond of dark chili chocolate.
Aztec Spice is chocolate-flavored. It needs no further explanation.
Interestingly, Yogi Tea is associated with three different box designs:
The Old Boxes (2009)