Is Coffee The Most Popular Drink In History?

Written by Mary Chambers

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Apart fromrepparttar benefits that have just been mentioned it has to be said that simply drinking coffee as a beverage is a delight that cannot easily be surpassed. The amazing thing is thatrepparttar 105386 average person has no idea ofrepparttar 105387 varied tastes that this hallowed bean has to offer. One ofrepparttar 105388 growing trends of recent years has to berepparttar 105389 rising popularity of ordering coffee viarepparttar 105390 wonder we callrepparttar 105391 internet. Never before have we been able to sample such a wide variety of tastes, blends and aromas without having to endurerepparttar 105392 tedious trials of hiking aroundrepparttar 105393 city. I myself tend to place small orders but I always make a point to recordrepparttar 105394 name, blend and of course exactly from whom I purchased.

Now you knowrepparttar 105395 story ofrepparttar 105396 magic beans I hope that next timeyou are considering popping intorepparttar 105397 local coffee shop you recallrepparttar 105398 story ofrepparttar 105399 wandering sheep herder and consider just what you might be drinking were he not to have wandered with his flock onto that lonely hillside. Takerepparttar 105400 time to tryrepparttar 105401 many different varieties available and I promise yourepparttar 105402 joys of coffee will be sure to tantalize your senses,tease your tastebuds and delight your friends and associates.

Cappuccino or mocha?

Mary Chambers is a regular contributor to the Fuzzy Coffee Directory

Fresh Fare From The Food Isle - Ireland

Written by Mary Gallagher

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According to Irish mythology (of which there is no end) only one creature was wiser than man. This wasrepparttar fabled "Salmon of Knowledge" which had fed uponrepparttar 105385 acorns ofrepparttar 105386 Tree of Knowledge. It was said that whoever tasted ofrepparttar 105387 salmon would inherit its wisdom and foresight.

Salmon Sensations!

An old man had devoted his life to capturingrepparttar 105388 prized fish. Having finally achieved his goal, he entrustedrepparttar 105389 preparation and cooking to his young apprentice, with a warning that he must not taste its flesh. But, while cookingrepparttar 105390 salmon it got very hot and blistery. The boy touched those blisters and burnt his finger. To relieverepparttar 105391 pain, he placed his finger in his mouth thus becomingrepparttar 105392 first to tasterepparttar 105393 fish and to benefit from its magical powers.

The boy was Fionn MacCool, who later becamerepparttar 105394 great warrior prince of ancient Ireland. Fionn devoted his life torepparttar 105395 spreading of wisdom.

The Curtin’s carefully source local raw materials forrepparttar 105396 Burren smoked salmon, trout, mackerel, eel, and cheese with control quality standards and regular testing from independent laboratories and inspections by certification organizations.

Inrepparttar 105397 store and online, they sell high quality locally produced crafts including leatherwork, knitwear, pottery, woodwork, jewelry, CDs, and books of local interest. There is also a full gourmet selection of locally produced fine foods, including Burren’s own specialties. Select from cheeses, jams, chocolates, and a fine selection of wines to remind you of your visit to Clare. I carried home a huge slab ofrepparttar 105398 smoked salmon and shared it with my neighbors and friends much to everyone’s delight.

After checking outrepparttar 105399 samples we walked perhaps 200 feet torepparttar 105400 Curtin’s Roadside Tavern for a little “shake offrepparttar 105401 chill” libation and to mix withrepparttar 105402 locals.

Burren Smokehouse ships within Ireland and to countries all overrepparttar 105403 world with Japan as one of their biggest markets.

The Burren Smokehouse Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare, Ireland Tel: +353 (0) 65 7074432

When you’re home try this simple but tasty recipe for using your Burren’s Smoked salmon:

Drimcong House Restaurant Moycullen, Co. Galway

Warm Smoked Salmon Salad:

8 slices smoked salmon Mixed lettuce leaves, shredded

Forrepparttar 105404 dressing: 50g (2 oz) fresh spinach leaves 100ml (4 oz) sunflower oil 1½ tablespoon balsamic vinegar ½ tsp. fresh lemon juice Salt and black pepper

Warm Smoked Salmon Salad. Directions –

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