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New York Cheese Cake

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3.27.2008

new york cheese cake

This is the kind of cheese cake I've ever had for the first time in my life. I've never taste the other kinds, but if I could say, this kind of cheese cake is the best cake I've ever had! O God, I really like this cake. Thanks to Zaza for the cute cake picture on her blog,....and for the "yummmmyyyy!!!" ,ha ha..; Well, it tastes good with a cup of coffee afterwards, though...

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Again, I like this coffee article

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3.26.2008

coffee article
Delicious Choices For The Coffee Connoisseur

Coffee is a beverage, served hot or with ice, prepared from the roasted seeds of the coffee plant. These seeds are almost always called the coffee bean. It is one of the most popular beverages in adults today.

The coffee bean, itself, contains chemicals which are mind-altering (in a way some find pleasing) to humans as a coincidental result of their defense mechanism; those chemicals are toxic in large doses, or even in their normal amount when consumed by many creatures which may otherwise have threatened the coffee beans in the wild.

A coffee bean from two different places usually have distinctive characteristics such as flavor (flavor criteria includes terms such as "citrus-like" or "earthy"), caffeine content, body or mouthfeel, and acidity. These are dependent on the local environment where the coffee plants are grown, their method of process, and the genetic subspecies or varietal.

Some well-known arabica coffee beans include:

* Colombian - Coffee was first introduced to the country of Colombia in the early 1800's. Today Maragogype, Caturra, Typica and Bourbon cultivars are grown. When Colombian coffee is freshly roasted it has a bright acidity, is heavy in body and is intensely aromatic. Colombia produces about 12% of the coffee in the world, second only to Brazil.

* Colombian Milds - Includes coffees from Colombia, Kenya, and Tanzania, all of which are washed arabicas.

* Costa Rican Tarrazu - from the Tarrazu Valley in the highlands outside of San José, archetypal estate coffee is La Minita.

* Guatemala Huehuetenango - Grown at over 5000 feet in the northern region, one of the most remote growing regions in Guatemala

* Ethiopian Harrar — from the region of Harar, Ethiopia

* Ethiopian Yirgacheffe — from the area of the town of Yirga Cheffe in the Sidamo (now Oromia) region of Ethiopia

* Hawaiian Kona — grown on the slopes of Hualalai in the Kona District on the Big Island of Hawaii.

* Jamaican Blue Mountain — From the Blue Mountain region of Jamaica. Due to its popularity, it fetches a high price in the market.

* Java — from the island of Java, in Indonesia. This coffee was once so widely traded that "java" became a slang term for coffee

... and more.

Some coffee bean varieties are so well-known and so in-demand that they are far more expensive than others. Jamaican Blue Mountain and Hawaiian Kona coffees are perhaps the most prominent examples. Often these coffee beans are blended with other, less expensive coffee beans and the suffix "blend" added to the labelling, such as "Blue Mountain blend" or "Kona blend" even though they only contain a small amount of the coffee bean mentioned.

One unusual and very expensive variety of robusta is the Indonesian Kopi Luwak and the Philippine Kape Alamid. The coffee bean is collected from the droppings of the Common Palm Civet, whose digestive processes give it a distinctive flavor.

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Still About Coffee

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3.24.2008

coffee art
Yup, still about coffee. This is a poster I found in allposters.com. I like this picture. So, I put this here. Hope you like it, too.

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I just love coffee

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3.21.2008

Browsing on internet, I found this interesting recipe of coffees, so thanks for the courtesy of vancouver coffee, I just like this so I don't think that you mind if I put your article in here. Thanks.
coffee lover
This coffee drink diagram/illustration makes sense of all the espresso based coffee options available, in very simple terms. From the Latte to the Cafe Breve. Ingredients, and their approximate amounts. They are not perfect, but a good reference guide.

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Coffee art

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3.18.2008

coffee art



Still about coffee!
I used to zipped cappucino when I was on board the cruise ship, slightly before I work for dinner time in the dinning room. I browsed some pictures about cappucino in the internet and, I found these pictures. Coffee is an art. there is some art in coffee making. There is art in coffee zipping. Yup, Coffee is art itself. Ha ha..
yummie doggie coffie
blessful heart
lotus coffee
name it yourself

Well, do you agree with me?

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Indonesian steak

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3.12.2008

I am a seaman, I would say that for myself. the reason is, first, I worked on cruise ship, and I've got 6 years experience. I was a busboy,and for the last 2 years, I worked as room service steward. I like that job, but recently, I found out that it was so hard to leave my wife even for 1 month. The second, is that I think that this life is just like sailing. If you sail, you've got to know your destination, otherwise you'll go nowhere. I believe that so many people looks for their life purposes. Some people does crazy things, eventhough the think they do the right things. I think all of us do that kind of thing, right?
Well, this morning, I was back to work, after 6 days vacation. Not on cruise ship, but in a little restaurant called 'Kedai Steak' in Magelang.Plese stop by if you're around. This little restaurant seems welcome you with the warmth of Indonesian food aroma,with lots of original spices. But please don't even think about the taste of the steak, it is simply Indonesian style.Thats why they called this kind of steak: 'steak kampung' Floured and fried. But you may try.....

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Coffee Luwak

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3.09.2008



I am a coffee lover, and a few days ago I zipped a cup of instan kopi luwak. If I could say, that was the best coffee I've ever drunk. Funny, I didn't know that kopi Luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world, and it's originally made in my country, Indonesia. Here is a short article I picked from wikipedia about kopi Luwak.
Kopi Luwak (pronounced [ˈkopi ˈluwak]) or Civet coffee is coffee made from coffee berries which have been eaten by and passed through the digestive tract of the Asian Palm Civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus). The civets eat the berries, but the beans inside pass through their system undigested.
This process takes place on the islands of Sumatra, Java and Sulawesi in the Indonesian Archipelago, and in the Philippines (where the product is called Kape Alamid). Vietnam has a similar type of coffee, called weasel coffee, which are coffee berries which have been defecated by local weasels. In actuality the "weasel" is just the local version of the Asian Palm Civet.

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cofee lover

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3.08.2008

Sunday morning, while waiting for a flight announcement, I zipped a cup of coffee. Combined with a bite of donut in Dunkin Donuts, I thought the morning was just begun. Days to face, and still lots of hopes to grow. Yup, let's start this day with a new hope!
(I wonder, how can a cup of coffee refresh my mind?)

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Precious gift

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3.04.2008

This morning, the weather is quite cool in Magelang. I woke up at 5,then I made a hot instant ginger fruit drink. Delicious, I tried to remember when was the last time I drink the similar drink. Usually I drink coffee in the morning. But this morning I wanted do something different. I checked the preparation in the kitchen, turned off the ouside lamp, opened the door and walked out. Yup, I like walking in the morning. Fresh air, is the thing I like the most since I moved to Magelang to set up a little local dining place . I worked on a cruise ship for at least 11 months, and never got this kind of fresh morning air! O,thank Lord. This is a precious gift...of YOU.

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