How to Make Ginger Wine. Today's post is an update on the ginger wine project started back in January. Backstory: Ginger wine is traditionally made from ginger and raisins and first appeared in Britain in the 1740s. The wine can be fortified with brandy or cognac, or even diluted with lemonade. An interesting historical note:... Continue Reading →
What if he has discriminating tastes? Happy Monday! Okay, folks. I'm going to take issue with national coffee week, which our cousins across the pond get to enjoy - for an entire week - while we here in the U.S. get a measly national coffee day. Only one day??? Is that any way to pay homage... Continue Reading →
If you have: headaches, insomnia, indigestion, or sluggishness, then coffee will help! Notabene - Postum is caffeine free.
6 Rules for Making Coffee: Keep your Coffee fresh Measure carefully Use grounds only once Boil the water Serve at once Scour the Coffee-pot
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We used to bring Coffee to work in a thermos bottle. That's a great idea. now the boss serves it right here in the plant.
Coffee is the greatest drink in the world for business men. I drink it in the morning, of course, and again at four o'clock. Great idea! I do more work now from four to five than I used to do all afternoon.
Delicious Homemade Lemonade. What irony is it that winter brings us fresh citrus best intended for the refreshing beverages of warmer days? The local lemon trees are peeking with their golden offerings, compelling us to roll up our sleeves and don the apron. This simple lemonade recipe makes just over two quarts, more than enough... Continue Reading →