Tag: coffee

Workshop Coffee

Workshop Coffee

Poky.   Usually used in a negative manner, it is often used to describe rather small ventures.   A better word that estate agents, those fiendish geniuses of double meaning (other choice words are best not used in a public space), use is cosy. In defence of […]

Jacob the Angel

Jacob the Angel

Expectation can be a heavy burden. Why, I can remember a friend who had built up his culinary skills to a great extent while he was seeking to increase pent up anticipation.  When everyone and their dog inundated him with requests to try his food, […]

Over Under Coffee

Over Under Coffee

I always wondered why the words “down under” seemed to always relate to Australia and New Zealand.  I found it particularly amusing as I came from there myself. Was it because that part of the world was so far away that it was out and […]

Boki

Boki

Many times I have moaned long and hard.  At times I implore the heavens as to why it decides to test me so.  As my friends might remark, I am getting rather good at that.  As they say, practice makes perfect.   Not that I’m implying […]

Kaffeine

Kaffeine

Coffee holds a large degree of fascination for me.  Mainly because it seems almost holy to others (not me).  I wondered at length why it is intrinsically needed for some to live a normal life.  It is not even that they need it to give […]