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Roasting your own coffee beans

  • 29, January 2024
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Roasting small batches of coffee can be a rewarding and personalised way to enjoy freshly roasted beans. Here's a basic guide to help you roast small batches at home using a simple method like a dedicated coffee roaster: Equipment Needed: Coffee Beans: Choose high-quality, green coffee beans. Roaster:…

Madeira Wine

  • 23, January 2024
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Madeira wine is a fortified wine produced on the Portuguese island of Madeira, located in the Atlantic Ocean. Renowned for its unique production process and distinct flavour profile, Madeira wine has a rich history dating back several centuries. Production Process One of the distinctive features of Madeira wine…

Premier Grand Cru Wines

  • 19, January 2024
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Premier Grand Cru wines, often referred to as "first growth" or "first classified growth" wines, represent the pinnacle of quality and prestige in the world of fine wine. These wines hail predominantly from Bordeaux, France, and are classified based on the quality and historical reputation of the vineyards…

Kopi Luwak – The Bucket List

  • 16, January 2024
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Having watched Morgan Freeman and Jack Nicholson laugh themselves silly over how Kopi Luwak coffee is produced in the film The Bucket List, I thought no more of it until I went on a private tour of Bali with my wife. Towards the end of the tour we…

Becoming a Chef

  • 15, January 2024
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Once you have decided on a career as a chef you have various routes into the catering industry. Some start as Kitchen Porters and work their way up. Others start apprenticeships in Pubs, Restaurants, Hotels, Contract  Caterers or the ever expanding care industry. Another option is a college…

Port Wine

  • 20, October 2021
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After settling into our hotel in Porto my wife and I started looking around  for places to visit and came across Taylors Port Lodge in the neighbouring city of Villa Nova De Gaia. Setting out the next morning we walked across the iron bridge spanning the River Duoro…