Let's have a little blue flame called "Flammli". An ultimate coffee drink that needs more preparing time than drinking a cup of cofffee:
Article - Category: Lifestyle & Dining
Summer brings light and colorful things to the world, therefore the open-air music festivals are likely held in this season all over the world. One of the top destinations is in Helsinki. Let's cross the sea to be somewhere with the music lovers:
As a traveller, when you get up late because of jet lag, brunch in a teahouse is a good choice if you can live without coffee in the morning because they do not offer coffee. A Chinese brunch tea (Yum Cha) including Dim Sum (dumplings) is traditional Cantonese food. It is usually served in a bamboo steamer, eaten with various dipping sauces and usually combined with drinking tea (Yum cha). The well known Cantonese Dim Sum is in Hong kong where you can enjoy shopping as well.
After winter season, spring and summer comes. Spring is the ideal time to plant your own herbs. This is not a bad idea, as fresh herbs have a much more intensive smell and taste than dry ones and will give the food you cook this extra 'freshness'.
The easiest way is to start with a herb planting kit, it consists of seeds, a paper container, tags, compact soil in a seal bag in a planting box:
Having a hard decision of what you are going to add into your food? Curious? What are the ingredients and usages? Let's look at the basic types of dark sauces:
A Chinese origin soup which contains wolfberry, it is a fruit of Lycium barbarum (Lycos = wolf in Greek, Barbarum = somewhere else) or Matrimony vine from Ningxia where the majority of "Goji berries" are harvested and produced there. It has many other names such as wolfberry, boxthorn, Himalayan/Tibetan Goji(Gojibeeren/Bocksdorn = Thorn of goat or Getrocknete Bocksdorn-Beeren in German, Baies de goji séchées in French, gugija in Korea).