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Try one of these drinks to help boost your energy levels next time you're tired and struggling to function normally.
Cinnamon is especially popular when the weather gets cooler and people turn to warm beverages. Use some cinnamon in your hot cocoa or coffee, or make your own spiced cider and serve with a cinnamon stick stirrer. Put a twist on your favorite cocktail or martini by adding in some cinnamon or a cinnamon-infused liquor or whiskey.
Rich, creamy, fluffy Dalgona coffee has taken TikTok by storm—and with good reason. This delicious drink is made by whipping equal parts of instant coffee, sugar, and hot water, then putting the mouse-like mixture on top of hot or cold milk depending on your preference. As TikTok user @plantbasedcouple shows, you can also use almond, coconut, soy, or oat milk if you’re avoiding real dairy.
Whether it be a packet of Splenda or a splash of oat milk, everyone has their go-to coffee additions.
Another thing Price likes to do when pairing beer with food is to find harmony between the flavors. The easiest way to do that, she says, is to find beers and foods that have similar ingredients. Imperial stouts, for example, often have flavors of bittersweet chocolate, cocoa or coffee that might pair well with chocolate cake or foie gras.
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The farmhouse style is all about your decor looking natural and organic. It should look like you gradually accumulated all the pieces in your home over the years and it’s a happy accident that they work together rather than appearing as though you intentionally cultivated a farmhouse style. This is easier said than done, but the key is to mix and match.
Who do you think would make it better, your barista or a robot?
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