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    Default Re: Whats your cup in the morning?

    coffee black and a cigarette
    (there is a name for this combination in the region of germany where I live
    which is so political incorrect that i cannot post it)

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin_helm View Post
    coffee black and a cigarette
    (there is a name for this combination in the region of germany where I live
    which is so political incorrect that i cannot post it)

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    I am from germany but not sure what the name is. You can post it via email

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    On 03/24/2011 09:06 AM, deano ferrari wrote:
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    > @ken_yap: Maybe you need to reduce the number of 'sessions'...
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    i think that proves that Ken is kinda fsck uptime..


    but to the question at hand, morning cup:

    always coffee, almost always a double ristretto americano (espresso
    with hot water instead of frothed milk) but the coffee itself changes
    about every four to six days or so..

    i buy green beans, roast enough for something less than a week, and
    then grind what i need for one double just before brewing..

    sometimes for variety i will use a "french press", or maybe a "greek
    coffee"..

    more: http://texan.dk/coffee where the links "Coffees I've Tried" and
    "Roasting History" might be interesting....or links to the equipment i
    use..

    sometimes in the afternoon i'll have a cappuccino, latte, macchiato or
    .. . .

    i am addicted (my last addiction), but normally have only two doubles
    a day....occasionally i might also have a tea (regular or herb) in the
    afternoon..

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    On 03/24/2011 08:36 AM, stamostolias wrote:
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    > The greek breakfast based on honey and sage.


    i LOVE Greek yogurt and (local) Greek honey for breakfast....i have it
    everyday when in the country..

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    Quote Originally Posted by DenverD View Post
    On 03/24/2011 08:36 AM, stamostolias wrote:
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    > The greek breakfast based on honey and sage.


    i LOVE Greek yogurt and (local) Greek honey for breakfast....i have it
    everyday when in the country..

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    Greek yogurt is very good. I like it and gives you power and wellness. Have you greek yogurt there? You know that ancient Greek men were eating honey instead of chocolate.
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    JoergJaeger wrote:

    > I am from germany but not sure what the name is. You can post it via
    > email
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    This link explains it, look at the description under the foto.
    http://www.fotocommunity.de/pc/pc/display/1229784

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    On 03/24/2011 10:06 PM, stamostolias wrote:
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    > Have you greek yogurt there?


    yes, several different brands...all very good, but still i think it is
    better in Greece..


    > You know that ancient Greek men were eating honey instead of chocolate.


    yes, i knew that because chocolate was first available in central
    america and wasn't known at all in europa until after all the ancient
    Greek men were pushing up daisies...

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    yes, several different brands...all very good, but still i think it is
    better in Greece..
    I thing there in Denmark. TOTAL is the Greek Yogurt.

    yes, i knew that because chocolate was first available in central
    america and wasn't known at all in europa until after all the ancient
    Greek men were pushing up daisies...
    Because as I read you like honey. You know about greek sweet Loukoumades. Loukoumades is our breakfast here in Greece.
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    On 03/24/2011 11:06 PM, stamostolias wrote:
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    > Because as I read you like honey. You know about greek sweet
    > Loukoumades. Loukoumades is our breakfast here in Greece.


    yep, i've had those...more than once..mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin_helm View Post
    JoergJaeger wrote:

    > I am from germany but not sure what the name is. You can post it via
    > email
    >

    This link explains it, look at the description under the foto.
    Foto Nuttenfrhstck - Bild von Shock Therapy aus Missglckt - Fotografie (1229784) | fotocommunity

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    I must admit. This saying i was never aware off.
    It may resemble it indeed. Not sure about it.
    Thanks for the explanation.

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