Anyway, and the chocolate tasted each of us. There he is what is on the shelves! In large and small tiles, bitter, milky, white, porous and solid. In short, if the usual chocolate – this is normal, sorry for the tautology, the phenomenon, here’s some hot chocolate for us almost exotic. Kind of saw this in the menu of the urban coffee shop, so
what? And the only salt that this wonderful drink (he really is such a warming, soft taste, creates a cozy atmosphere in any location) can be cooked at home. In short, up and at ‘ em!
Memory improves, banishes depression
From time to time hot chocolate was considered a beverage “healing” — will help against colds, distemper, he was even viewed as an aphrodisiac.
I don’t know about the latter, but the fact that this Continue reading
Tea is a drink, to talk about which is impossible without platitudes. But all these platitudes is fair, accurate and beautiful. Tea is the most popular drink in the world after water. Tea is one of the six drinks that have defined the development of our civilization and an important part of the history and culture of Russia. Tea is a simple daily mass drink and, at the same time, full and complex element of high gastronomy. Even the word “tea” has two meanings — it is, simultaneously, a drink that was prepared from the leaves of Camellia sinensis and any drink that was prepared by brewing in hot water parts of plants.
A great idea of white tea is that after collecting the tea leaves as little as possible to interfere in the natural course of what is happening in the tea leaf event. Thanks to a sensitive and philosophical approach, it turns out tea is similar to birch SAP. Elusive delicious, very tasty and extremely Continue reading
In tropical forests on both sides of the equator grow chocolate trees with glossy leaves, yellow flowers and reddish-orange fruit. From the seeds of these fruits, mistakenly referred to as beans, three thousand years ago the ancient civilization Melikov cooked “food of the gods” – flavored drink cocoa. Him this drink owes its name.
Ah, this wonderful chocolate! At the mention of one word POPs up before my eyes the image of chocolates or dark chocolate bars, divided into square slices. The word “chocolate” was born in the times of the Aztecs in Mexico
and together with the brave explorers and pioneers came into the everyday life of Europeans, together with cocoa beans.
Time passed, recipe flavored drink of the Aztecs improved, and in 1657 in London opened the first Chocolate House. With the beginning of the industrial revolution and opening Continue reading