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Do you speak coffee?
As our country becomes more mud-obsessed and cafés continue to perk up their brewed offerings, it's easy to feel sluggish toward ordering your morning caffeine drip - especially if you aren't steeped in the coffee culture.
Beyond the Dark and Into the Light - Words to Up Your Coffee Vocabulary: Sean Henry
Johnny B. Goode, indeed.
Rocker Jon Bon Jovi recently announced the opening of JBJ Soul Kitchen, a pay-what-you-can community kitchen with the tagline "Where HOPE Is Delicious."
A link on Bon Jovi's website solicits donations for the effort, saying, "Soul Kitchen is a community restaurant with no prices on the menu; but a donation of $10 covers the cost of your three course meal. If you are unable to pay, come back and volunteer. Your donation will help us continue our mission of serving nutritious dinners in a warm and welcoming setting, where families can come and meet their neighbors."
Sink your teeth into today's top stories from around the globe.
While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday.
Liquid gold is on the menu - October is National Caramel Month.
One of the best ways to satisfy your gotta-have-sugar craving is to heat it with other like-minded ingredients until it reaches the bliss stage, or what we call caramel. It may be mid-October, but you've still got plenty of time to savor the sweetness (if it doesn't give you a toothache).
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