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
About how tasty and attractive ice cream in the heat, and not worth telling. And here about how to prepare at home the “summer” this kind of icy treats – sorbet, – we can talk.
It will require pounds ripe, but not blackened bananas, 400 g lemons (peel and seeds), 200 grams of oranges (the same manipulation), 130 g of sugar and a glass of Apple juice. Fruit-citrus ingredients are crushed in a
blender, mixed with cold juice and sugar. Sorbet is frozen for 6 hours, with two or three shuffle during freezing. When serving, you can garnish with citrus zest.
For it will need red watermelon sugar. It is
400 g) grind in a blender, mix with warm syrup 20 g of honey, 60 g of sugar and 100 ml of water. Pour a spoonful of lemon juice, 20 ml of wine and 60 – dry white wine. Before you pour the sorbet in molds and freeze, Continue reading
Real white tea refers to the rather expensive drinks as for its production are used exclusively by the kidneys and which arise from them, the tiny leaves. And they’re going with tea bushes certain varieties that can be found only in China and in very limited quantities.
In order to fully enjoy the taste and aroma of white tea it is necessary to observe certain conditions of brewing this drink. So, the ideal crockery
for this elite tea is, of course, porcelain (it is noteworthy that the greater the density of the glaze, the better).
As for water used for brewing white tea, it must be fresh, clean, and brought to a boil (just heated to a temperature high 85°C). Otherwise it turns into a “dead” of water. The optimal amount of dried buds and leaves of white tea is considered to be about four grams per 150 ml of water.
Types of white tea
The most valuable Continue reading