Month: March 2009

keithjennison March 13, 2009

Though there are millions of coffee lovers who enjoy it black, flavored varieties have increased in popularity since the 1990s, allowing coffee fans to choose from a long list of organic selections, gourmet blends, and multi-flavored brews. In addition to those options, coffee doesn’t even have to come in a cup! If you’re a coffee […]

keithjennison March 13, 2009

Canadian cuisine varies from region to region, reflecting the ethnic make up of the area. Fast food is popular as it is in other countries but Canadians still know the value of a home cooked meal. The Canadians enjoy the Canadian food recipes they grew up with. French Canada has its own traditions and other […]

keithjennison March 9, 2009

People in almost every part of the world enjoy relaxing with a steaming cup of hot chocolate at least every once in a while, and some people enjoy such a treat much more often than just occasionally. Still, there are others who like to enjoy this warm and tasty chocolate drink only on special occasions, […]

admin March 8, 2009

A short time ago, I attended a beer dinner hosted by Jim Koch (founder and company chairman of The Boston Beer Company brewer of Sam Adams), myself “The Net Gourmet”, and my wife (“Mrs. Net Gourmet”) . As you can see from the above picture… we enjoyed quite a lot of Sam Adams that night. […]

keithjennison March 2, 2009

Because we all live such hectic lives, efficient kitchen appliances have become essential for cooking our meals every day. The food processor is the most obvious tool among the range of efficient kitchen appliances. No kitchen appliance gives results more quickly or more efficiently than the food processor. Food processors made their appearance in North […]

keithjennison March 2, 2009

There are many types of coffee plants, but there are only two main species of the coffee plants as it relates to coffee roasting. The two main species of the coffee plant are the Coffea arabica and the Coffea canephora (robusta), whereas arabica is the eldest of the two. Robusta contains 40 to 50 percent […]