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Thursday, November 26, 2009

Mocha on Cold Thanksgiving Day...


The history of Thanksgiving is to give thanks for the victory, family, life, and the blessings that God has given the Americans.  They traditionally prepare Turkey in different ways of cooking.  ( I don't eat turkey ). I woke up with just rain moisting outside, a day could'nt be really fun..some of my friends had family gathering around town, and we don't..so we celebrate together as a couple, just go to the restaurant and eat..but before taking off, I made my own Mocha to save my cravings!
My Homemade Mocha

What you need:  1. An espresso machine
2. Large / wide cup of coffee
3. Chocolate Syrup ( I use Hershey's Dark for bittery sweet taste)
4. Whole Bean coffee ( I use Rio Grande brand - Decaf since I am pregnant)
3 table spoons of the grain for grinding.
5. Whole Milk or Non-Fat Milk
 ( I use Lactose free to digest milk better and whole milk for a better taste)
If you are on a diet, use Non-Fat Milk.
6. Whip Cream ( expect it to have calories..and its also fattening)
but it adds the cherry on your savory coffee!
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Taken 2008 at The Fort, Taguig, Philippines
November 2009 - home

Caffein gives you a jolt of life, keeps you buzzed out, something that keeps you alert.

~ BRIEF HISTORY  OF COFFEE~
The ancient English used to prize the ability of caffeine to allow you to talk in the middle of the night. That's how coffee was made famous when Sir Walter Raleigh brought it to England from the new world. As you could remember he even shared it to Queen Elizabeth. The Catholic church almost banned it until the Pope decided it was not sinful.So now coffee has many different types in roasting levels. In fact the world's most expensive coffeeis collected from a feces of a Sumatran monkey.

5 comments:

  1. YUM! Nothing like a warm mocha on a rainy day! :-)
    Thanks for stopping by Gypsea Tree and commenting. You asked about shipping internationally with Etsy. I actually haven't had any requests for this yet. I'm assuming it will be similar to how I ship in the US but will requite a Customs form. I will be happy to tell you more if I end up doing this!:-)

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