Monthly Archives: April 2009

Kaldi’s Coffee in New Orleans

Aleta Fimbres 07/04/2009

Though it has been enjoyed for more than fifteen hundred years, New Orleans set the standard for coffee and coffee stands over a century ago with the establishment of Cafe du Monde. The lore of American coffee is in a way that of the port of Orleans’s parish itself. The farmers of farmer’s market traded heavily in it, coffee the way it was meant to be. The pleasant bitterness of chicory, scalded milk, more sugar… Kaldi’s Coffee in New Orleans

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Next time you’re in San Diego, try…

Aleta Fimbres 07/04/2009

Next time you visit your favorite cafe, check to see if they serve gelato. Gelato, Italian for ice cream, was first produced during the Roman Empire. Blocks of ice were wrapped in straw and brought from the Alps into Florence. The recipe for the gelato made today isn’t that different from what it was then, although there have been some changes to the recipe to suit the American palette. Perhaps the most famous myth about… Next time you’re in San Diego, try…

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