On October, hundreds of millions of people carve pumpkins. As you would imagine, the pumpkins go to waste, alongside its innards, the seeds and the pulp. While you can’t salvage a carved pumpkin, both the seeds and the pulp can easily be used. The seeds are edible, both raw or roasted, hulled or not. The pulp is best pureed. Once that’s done, it can be used in a variety of dishes and beverages. There are 3 special beverages I have in mind: For use in eggnog, Harry Potter pumpkin drink, and of course, coffee. Bear in mind that pumpkin puree from the pulp isn’t as sweet, is thicker, and is more fibrous.
Here is something you can check out over a hot cup of Joe: Rachel Maddow shares a passage of a new book by Rep. Adam Schiff, “Midnight in Washington,” in which he describes his up-close view of Republican colleagues he thought he knew, abandoning their ideals and principles to close ranks around Donald Trump.Continue reading Adam Schiff explains when Republicans caved to Donald Trump and his immorality
Us Americans, well people in general, love coffee. But just how far does that love extend? For a cup of plain coffee, I, as with most other people (probably) would expect to pay at least $1, be it at a McDonald’s or a 7/11. Starbucks, is pricier at $2, but that’s still not horrid. After all, if you’re at Starbucks, you’re better off buying specialty drinks like Frappuchinos and Mochas anyway.Continue reading How much is too high a price for a cup of coffee?
Coffee grows best in tropical areas, which is why it being grown sustainably and with respect to nature matters so much. Sicily, Italy, is not a tropical area, so coffee growing there isn’t optimal.Continue reading Godfather of Coffee: Sicilian Coffee