Boiled 2 Kilos of Mushrooms my Husband collected on Hohne Ranges. Will freeze most and keep a portion for tomorrow's dinner.
I have said before- I really like that bowl.
Brown mustard isn’t French mustard mate. It has a higher concentration of brown mustard seeds, giving it a darker brown color and spicier taste. It's frequently used in Indian, Chinese and Japanese cuisines. It comes from a flowering plant in the same family as arugula, horseradish and wasabi, which is why brown mustard has an extremely pungent flavor. Nice though!
Thank the Lord! Though I may not have recognized it as such at the time, Her Majesty sent me to Germany on a most educational odyssey; oh Lord do I like German beerThe only immediate analogy I can think of is real ale & lager. Both made of malt, hops, yeast & liquor producing beer, but end product not the same!
I recently invested in a £2.99 Aldi scrambliedeggmaker for the microwave (due to the recent absence from my home of basic kitchen amenities - to include a kitchen) made of silicon. 1 tbsp milk, 2 eggs, some ham, nuke for 90secs, half-decent breakfast. A godsend.I don’t do omelettes much . Mrs bought an omelette maker though couple of months ago. Results were satisfactory / good. Haven’t noticed it on the worktop of late though, in fact I’d totally forgot about it.
Guess it’s in the cupboard with the fondue machine, veg thing and raclette grill.
Believe me, so did I! As far from the sex-in-a-canoe sold over here as lager as can possibly beThank the Lord! Though I may not have recognized it as such at the time, Her Majesty sent me to Germany on a most educational odyssey; oh Lord do I like German beer
Nope, there's a difference that I can taste.Noticeable in what way, pray tell?
Aside from the fact that there's less of it in the cup to stick to your teeth, when using modern tools, the taste and effect are pretty much identical, assuming same bean/roast used to make the brew.
You've lost me at this point: there was this ongoing discussion about the innate differences (if any) between machine-made and stovetop coffee, and suddenly you pipe up about "Grab A Granny" night at your local disco . . . . .Fvcking brew snobs, what's wrong with the old if it's warm and wet it'll do.
In Germany there is no lager. Pilsner-style brews (heavily hopped, massive head, slow pouring), and Bavarian-style biers (sweeter, flatter, ideal for long sessions on a hot summer day), ja ja. Aber lager - nein nein.Believe me, so did I! As far from the sex-in-a-canoe sold over here as lager as can possibly be
Sadly had to give it up. See Going Dry thread.
I agree with most of that, apart from the emboldened bit.Nope, there's a difference that I can taste.
Espresso coffee has been exposed to the high pressure water for a much shorter period of time and it gives a 'cleaner' but more intense brew.
I can tell the difference between an Americano - espresso with added water, and a cafetiere coffee of the same volume, and a drip filter coffee. And that's not counting the fact that there's less caffeine in an espresso than the other two.
It's a bit like having a cup of tea made with fresh boiling water in a warmed pot, and a cup made from stewing the tea for 10 minutes in less than boiling water in the hope of getting some flavour apart from the tanins out
Depends how you use them (as with Aeropress and other faddy hand-helds, which deliver a pale imitiation of the high pressure/high temperature steam-driven countertop retail industrial machine).Cafetières and . . . . produce a variant of coffee but not the real thing.
I agree with most of that, apart from the emboldened bit.
I accept that a big multi-shot Starbucks bucket of coffee has more caffeine than a single espresso.The average cup of coffee has 100 mg caffeine, but a Starbucks drink can have five times that. Find out how much caffeine is really in your coffee.www.thespruceeats.com
No disagreement there, but the French press or drop filter has more caffeine per serving from the same amount of ground coffee. If its caffeine you really want then the boiled Turkish/Greek coffee is what you need. Plus a dose of the screaming abdabs if you end up drinking the grounds in the bottom of the cup tooI accept that a big multi-shot Starbucks bucket of coffee has more caffeine than a single espresso.
But a long Americano made with a single shot has as much caffeine as the espresso with which it was watered down. Maffs, innit.