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Hot Peanut Butter Milk

I love hot drinks, and as you know, peanut butter is one of my favourite guilty pleasures! I therefore wanted to find a way of incorporating my favourite flavour into a hot beverage. 94 more words

Peanut Butter

The Capresso Perk, a Contemporary Upgrade of a Classic

Perk up your weekend with our new 12-cup Capresso Perk! This stylishly simple brewer brews from 4 to 12 cups of piping, hot coffee in less than a minute per cup. 108 more words

Coffee

The History of Nescafé

If necessity is the mother of invention then profit may be the mother necessity. As the Great Depression gripped the United States in the 1930’s and coffee sales plummeted there was a definite need for the coffee growers to find new ways to sell their product. 404 more words

Recipes

The History of Twinings Tea

Twinings /ˈtwaɪnɪŋz/ is an English marketer of tea, based in Andover, Hampshire. The brand is owned by Associated British Foods. It holds the world’s oldest continually-used company logo, and is London’s longest-standing rate-payer, having occupied the same premises on… 576 more words

Food History

Home Made Norwegian Cordials

I’ve posted a lot of different porridge recipes on this blog and what we usually drink with these porridge here is a drink made from either shop bought or homemade cordials. 325 more words

Fruit

Types of Coffee

Edited By-Mir Niaz Morshed
(Founder & Trainer-Hospitality Knowledge Hub™)

Coffee beans are one of the greatest gifts to humanity, along with dough nuts, milk and the ability to innovate. 669 more words

Hospitality Management