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I watched an episode of Blue Bloods where Mr. Selleck explained to his grandkids that the secret to not having your cream curdle in your (Irish) coffee was to hold your spoon upside down over your coffee and pour the cream over the back of the spoon. I tried it and have never had curdled cream in my coffee since. Don't know why it works I just know that it ...
Yes, the figures are needed to figure out the volume. It is a standard geometry problem. First, let's see about the outside vs. inside problem. It is likely that they are telling you the outside measurements, and anyway, in your case it is better to underestimate the volume than to overestimate. So before calculating, you need to make a guess about wall ...
I've read that the almond milk can taste bitter if it is burned. If you microwave the milk, you should do so on a low setting. See https://www.quora.com/Could-almond-milk-be-boiled
We have a coffee tree we have been growing in our sun-room for 10 years. This year after we harvested the coffee cherries and hulled the beans, I decided to try making coffee cherry jelly. I didn't find any good recipes on the internet, so I decided to "wing it" and it turned out fantastic. This is what I did: I had about 2 cups of coffee cherries. I put ...
As suggested in the comments above and on reddit he probably meant chopped garlic. See, for example, this video recipe and this one.
Coffee garlic, is as suggested most probably a phone typo reply from Gordon Ramsay's AMA. However, there is a youtuber who has a "spicy garlic coffee spaghetti" video (posted before the GR's AMA). This consists of instant coffee, red (sweet bell) pepper, garlic and chorizo. Also if you care to research you'll find dishes with coffee and garlic together.
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