This is a book of recipes. It is a delightful introduction to the versatility of coffee with 30 mouthwatering recipes. You can choose from classic teatime treats such as Mocha Sponge Cake, Coffee Profiteroles or Walnut and Coffee Slice or delight your guests with mouthwatering hot and cold desserts such as Baked Coffee Custards, Chocolate and Coffee Pudding, Maple Coffee and Pistachio Bombe, or Coffee Granita. You can indulge yourself in delicious souffles, hot puddings, iced desserts, soothing drinks and melt-in-the-mouth cakes and bakes. It includes a guide to the types of coffee, buying and making coffee and how to use it in recipes. It is beautifully illustrated with over 100 photographs of each finished dish, plus charming artworks. A nutritional breakdown for each recipe will help with dietary planning. Coffee is a wonderfully rich and versatile ingredient, bringing a unique touch of sophistication to even simple cakes and bakes. The family will love Mississippi Coffee Cake and Coffee Sponge Drops, while at coffee - or tea-time - your guests will adore classic treats such as Coffee Biscotti, Mocha Viennese Swirls, or a slice of Cappuccino Coffee Cake. If you are entertaining, there are ideas here to combine coffee with complementary ingredients such as cream, chocolate, alcohol and spices to produce delicious indulgencies such as Tiramisu, Irish Coffee Cheesecake, Coffee and Cardamon Zabaglione and Chocolate Coffee Truffles. There are also many coffee drinks to try including Cinnamon Iced Coffee, Coffee Milkshake and Coffee Chocolate Soda. With an introduction to guide you through the different types of coffee and how to brew it properly, and illustrated throughout with beautiful photographs and artworks, this delightful collection of coffee recipes can't fail to please you and your guests.
The Irish have had a significant impact on America across three centuries, helping to shape politics, law, labor, war, literature, journalism, entertainment, business, sports, and science. This encyclopedia explores why the Irish came to America, where they settled, and how their distinctive Irish-American identity was formed. Well-known Irish Americans are profiled, but the work also captures the essence of everyday life for Irish-Americans as they have assimilated, established communities, and interacted with other ethnic groups. The approximately 200 entries in this comprehensive, one-stop reference are organized into four themes: the context of Irish-American emigration; political and economic life; cultural and religious life; and literature, the arts, and popular culture. Each section offers a historical overview of the subject matter, and the work is enriched by a selection of primary documents.
Drawing on the accounts of early European travelers, original Arabic sources on jurisprudence and etiquette, and treatises on coffee from the period, the author recounts the colorful early history of the spread of coffee and the influence of coffeehouses in the medieval Near East. Detailed descriptions of the design, atmosphere, management, and patrons of early coffeehouses make fascinating reading for anyone interested in the history of coffee and the unique institution of the coffeehouse in urban Muslim society
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