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Web Chef Review: The TeaBook
Apr20

Web Chef Review: The TeaBook

  If you’ve never heard of the The TeaBook before, prepare to be dazzled! First off, where do you store your tea? In a cabinet? Maybe in miscellaneous tins? If you’re tea cupboard looks anything like ours, it can be a bit, well, disorganized at times… We really enjoy tea & drink it daily. Thus, we have a ton of tea – many different varieties of loose leaf tea, and tea bags from all over the world of all...

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Web Chef Review: Clipper Organic White Tea with Vanilla
Jul09

Web Chef Review: Clipper Organic White Tea with Vanilla

Clipper Organic White Tea with Vanilla is a delicious, organic white tea that is full of comforting flavor. This white tea is flavored with vanilla, which reminds me of growing up with all the wonderful homey smells and good food in my Mother’s kitchen. This tea turns a lovely soft yellowish-gold color with a heavenly scent. Find out about this product on this webisode of What I Say About Food: Brewing time should be 3 minutes...

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Web Chef Review: Clipper Organic Sleep Easy Infusion Tea
Jun30

Web Chef Review: Clipper Organic Sleep Easy Infusion Tea

When it comes to this Clipper Organic Sleep Easy Infusion Tea, we have found it to be not only delicious, but also relaxing. After a long day of cooking, cleaning, filming, web-chefing, etc., it seems to us that there are times you are overtired and just can’t fall asleep. We believe this infusion has been able to help us fall asleep more easily, and maybe even more restfully. Like anything else, everyone reacts a bit...

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Web Chef Review: Clipper Papua New Guinea Arabica Coffee
Jun03

Web Chef Review: Clipper Papua New Guinea Arabica Coffee

Ever tried Clipper Papua New Guinea Arabica Coffee? This rich-roast Arabica coffee is a tasty instant coffee that just requires a scant teaspoon in a cup of boiling hot water, give it a stir and there you are. Arabica coffee is originally indigenous to the Southwestern highlands in the mountains of Ethiopia. However, these particular beans are from Papua, New Guinea. When you open the jar and release the vacuum, the fragrance just...

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Web Chef Review: Clipper After Dinner Mints Tea
Mar28

Web Chef Review: Clipper After Dinner Mints Tea

This Clipper After Dinner Mint Tea is very minty, as it is a double-mint & fennel infusion. This refreshing and tasty, relaxing tea that will freshen your senses, as well as your breath. This tea just hits the spot after a dinner and I would happily recommend it to anyone who wants to refresh their taste buds. Find out about this product on this webisode of What I Say About Food: If you’re into mint, you could use it in your...

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How to Make Irish Coffee: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes
Mar15

How to Make Irish Coffee: St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

Originally, Irish Coffee was a mixture of some whiskey, a bit of brown sugar, a good amount of strong black coffee, and whipped cream. The first time I had Irish coffee was in San Francisco on vacation where dozens of people were crowded into a small bar, all waiting for their drink of Irish coffee. I must say, it was very delicious and I have made it at home many times for guests & family alike. How to Make Irish Coffee: I like...

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Web Chef Review: Cup of Moments Teas
Jan14

Web Chef Review: Cup of Moments Teas

A new line of teas has come to my attention called Cup of Moments out of West Bengal, India. C&M Brothers Global Trading House brings you this series of teas that include Darjeeling, Black, Green & White teas. I’ve had the opportunity to try 4 of their lovely teas, and am looking forward to learning about the others as well. Firstly, you notice the packaging. These teas come to you in wooden boxes local artisans in India...

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Web Chef Review: Clipper Zen Again Infusion
Nov26

Web Chef Review: Clipper Zen Again Infusion

Looking for your zen again? I mean your Clipper Zen Again Infusion! From start to finish, this tea is a delight – individually wrapped tea bags in lovely packets all the way through to the last drop. In this Clipper infusion, you’ll find organic lemongrass, eucalyptus & gingko, with some nettle & rosehips, leaving a very clean, “green” taste. This is an infusion, as mentioned, and is more of a tisane,...

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What is a Cappuccino?: National Cappuccino Day
Nov08

What is a Cappuccino?: National Cappuccino Day

National Cappuccino Day is November 8th, and cappuccino is on the bevy menu. Cappuccino is so named as it calls to mind the color of Capuchin monks, and it is a specialty of Italian bars. Cinnamon & cocoa are not generally sprinkled on top of their cappuccino, though the espresso is topped with steamed or scalded milk. On top of that, silky foam. The coffee, milk & foam are made using equal amounts of each. In the making of...

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Answer a Survey for Us & You Could Get a Starbucks Gift Card
Oct17

Answer a Survey for Us & You Could Get a Starbucks Gift Card

Wanna be 1 of 10 people to get a Starbucks gift card?! Well, I’ve been working with 2 great students @ Princeton University, who are developing some really cool online applications. These two students want to make things much more interactive for us over here, helping us connect in a better way. This will be especially good for those of you who enjoy cooking along with my shows, for my students who tune in live with me for...

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Quench Your Thirst on National Frappé Day
Oct07

Quench Your Thirst on National Frappé Day

Happy National Frappé Day! A frappé is a delightful, tasty, frozen shaved iced & fruit flavored sweet dessert beverage. The fruit flavors can be as preferred – cherry, strawberry, peach, orange, lemon or any other fruit you like. The amount of sugar used is up to your preference. As a matter of fact, you could even adjust the frappé by using chocolate or coffee, as long as you use the shaved ice, and of course, serve the...

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National Mocha Day: Oh, How We Love You!
Sep29

National Mocha Day: Oh, How We Love You!

It’s National Mocha Day, but many of us celebrate all the time! Mocha is the flavor combination attained when good espresso coffee, bitter chocolate and sugar are married with butter. This is delicious served with chocolate mousse. The mocha mixture can be stored in the refrigerator for as long as 2 weeks, and can be thinned out with hot water, if desired or necessary. Mocha can also be added to regular coffee and cream to give...

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Web Chef Review: Clipper Rise & Shine Tea
Aug10

Web Chef Review: Clipper Rise & Shine Tea

A tea lover through and through… …I’m bringing you Clipper Rise & Shine Tea today. It’s lemony, it’s tangy, it’s uplifting, it’s lovely! ~ Kimberly Edwards Made with organic Yerba Mate, lemongrass, lemon peel & lemon verbena. Check out this webisode of “What I Say About Food” here: With this tea, you are able to use the full boiling temperature water. Tasty unsweetened, or sweetened...

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