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The One...

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Clover_The_OneThis week we love the new "The One" milk range from Clover.

Do you like milk with your coffee, but not the extra kilojoules that go with it? Then "The One" is for you. This new range of low fat milk has only 1% fat, which makes it the ideal choice if you want a lower kilojoule alternative without compromising on the same great taste as the Clover 2% Low Fat Milk. The ideal lifestyle choice for coffee drinkers!

Clover's "The One" is available from most retailers and supermarkets. Just look out for the purple bottle.

Woolies Coffee Bags

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Woolworths_Kilimanjaro_SummitThis week we love the coffee themed carry bags from Woolworths.

The hessian print carry bags form part of their Tanzanian coffee project which saw a Woolworths led expedition climb mount Kilimanjaro earlier this year. The purpose of this expedition was to raise awareness of climate change and the effect it's having on coffee farmers in Tanzania. Woolworths sources their organic coffee beans from these very farmers, so it makes perfect sense for them to protect this fragile eco-system.

The carry bags are produced as part of their many community projects and retails for R19.95.

Rusks

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RusksThis week we love rusks...

This proudly South African snack is truly one of the best coffee companions. Most of us grew up with the smell of freshly baked rusks spreading through the house while mom (or granny) is hard at work in the kitchen. Comfort food in the true sense of the word...

Now that we are heading into the colder winter months, we thought we would share a delicious Buttermilk & Bran rusks recipe with you to try at home.

 

 

Buttermilk Bran Rusks (Recipe courtesy of Huletts)

Makes 7–8 dozen rusks

Ingredients

300 g Margarine
250 ml (1 cup) Oil
500 ml (2 cups) Huletts SunSweet Brown Sugar
2 Large Eggs
500 ml (2 cups) Buttermilk OR Maas
250 ml (1 cup) Wholewheat Flour
750 ml (3 cups) Breakfast Cereal Bran Flakes
1 kg (7 cups) Flour, sifted
40 ml (8 tsp) Baking Powder
5 ml (1 tsp) Salt


Method

  1. Melt the butter, oil and sugar in a saucepan and allow to cool. Beat well until thick.
  2. Beat in the eggs one by one, then beat in the buttermilk. Add all the dry ingredients and stir until blended.
  3. Pour the mixture into two loaf tins or one large roasting tin lined with oiled greaseproof paper.
  4. Bake at 180°C for 1 hour. Turn out, and leave to cool. Cut into rusks.
  5. Allow to dry overnight in the oven warmer draw or reduce the oven temperature to 100°C and leave for 4–6 hours to dry completely. Store in an airtight container.

 

Coffee Basics

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Coffee_Basics_-_BookThis week we love a book called Coffee Basics.

 The book offers a concise introduction to the fundamentals of good coffee. It's been designed to serve as a practical resource for coffee lovers, but it's also useful for somebody considering opening their own coffee shop. We love Coffee Basics because it covers coffee's origins, history and its varieties in an easy to understand, straight forward way.

The book is available from Kalahari.net. It retails for about R159.

Country Living Cafe

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Coffee_111Country_Living_222This week we love Country Living Cafe in Bryanston.

This hidden gem on the upper level of the Bryanston Shopping Centre oozes character with its French countryside inspired decor. Wooden floors and windows that stack away to take in the view add to the charm of this eatery.

Country Living Cafe serves Origin coffee and customers can expect neatly poured rosettas on their cappuccinos, a sign of a well trained, experienced barista. They also serve Nigiro's range of loose leaf teas, elegantly presented in glass tea pots with tea-light candles. Ordering tea here is a complete sensory experience.

The food at Country Living Cafe is also outstanding and the menu offers a wide range of items, from toasted sandwiches to delicious salads and wraps.

Country Living Cafe, Bryanston Shopping Centre, William Nicol Drive.