Starbucks Frappuccino Drink Reviews

Starbucks Frappuccino Drink Reviews

Review of Starbucks line of Frappuccino bottled drinks. Price: $1.25 to $2.75 Size: 9.5 fluid ounces Availability: Most markets Website: http://www.starbucks.com/grocery/frappuccino.asp The Frappuccino was one of Starbucks first products to go beyond a Starbucks in store selling point besides ground coffee by the pound. It is based on their cold smoothie like coffee drinks without the ground up ice. Starbucks makes 6 main types of the drink including Coffee, Mocha, Mocha Lite, Vanilla, Caramel, and Dark Chocolate Mocha. Each flavor is slightly different but based around the same basic concept…

Tea as a Healthy Drink

Tea as a Healthy Drink

Fancy coffees, hot chocolate and assorted other exotic hot drinks can be found on every street corner of society. In fact, a sort of cult following has developed around the coffee shop experience. While these drinks can be exciting, delicious and intoxicatingly delightful to our taste buds, they often spell instant doom to any dietary balance we may be trying to achieve in our lives. Certain well known mocha drinks and lattes are well documented to have more than 1,000 calories and 50 grams of fat if consumed in their…

Peppers Bell Peppersm can Peppers how to can Bell Peppers

Peppers Bell Peppersm can Peppers how to can Bell Peppers

The main ingredient you need to have in order to can bell peppers is, of course, peppers, but they need to be fresh and crisp. You can grow your own and pick them when they are ripe or you can purchase the amount you need at a farmers’ market or at the supermarket. Make sure that the peppers do not feel limp because this will not give you the results you need for your work in canning them. The best size of peppers to choose is between 1 inch and…

Top Super Bowl non Alcoholic Drink Ideas

Top Super Bowl non Alcoholic Drink Ideas

Well, it’s that time of year again and the big game is right around the corner. With this day comes a long line of parties and get-togethers, and hosts will be looking for refreshment ideas for their guests. Although the NFL boasts several big name beer sponsors, there is a place for nonalcoholic beverages at your big-game bash. Soda, pop, cola — whatever you call it, this carbonated drink is a fan favorite. Coke or Pepsi? Orange or grape? Root beer or cream? That’s a debate for another day. A wide…

History of Friendlys Restaurant Chain

History of Friendlys Restaurant Chain

In 1935, at the height of the Depression, two young men borrowed $547 from their parents and began what would become a huge hit up and down the East Coast of the United States. Curtis and Prestley Blake, aged 18 and 20, opened an ice cream shoppe in Springfield, MA. They named it Friendly Ice Cream to evoke images of the caring, warm, friendly place they wanted to build. For the first four days they served their home made ice cream in cups but soon switched to the double scoop…

How to Properly Steam Vegetables

How to Properly Steam Vegetables

Steaming vegetables is a quick and healthy way to prepare a snack or a delicious side dish. Although it is quite easy to steam vegetables, it’s also easy to over-steam and over-cook them. The following tips show you how to properly steam vegetables so that they retain as much flavor, texture, and color as possible. Optional equipment To steam vegetables, you do not need any special equipment. However, you can use a steamer that is specifically made to accomplish such a task. There are two-tier and three-tier steamers, and some…

Do you like Sweets

Do you like Sweets

I’ve eaten Werther’s Original for more years than I can remember. I carry some sweets of this brand around with me in all my handbags and rucksacks. When eating a sweet I have the habit of opening one end of the wrapping paper only, then I put the whole thingy in my mouth holding the unopened end with my fingers and pull the sweet carefully out of the wrapper with my teeth thus avoiding sticky fingers. I must have acquired this habit before I discovered Werther’s Original because one doesn’t…