1. House Of Shaw Espresso Cafe Topping the list is House of Shaw Espresso Cafe. Located at 227 Dorris Place in the University, the spot to score coffee, tea, bagels and sandwiches is the highest-rated inexpensive coffee spot in Stockton, boasting 4.5 stars out of 155 reviews on Yelp. … [Read more...] about Stockton’s 3 Top Spots To Score Coffee, Without Breaking The Bank
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Winter weekends, specially the ones during the holiday season, call for day-long celebrations. Even coffee evenings cannot be just about coffee any longer. So, to add to these festivities, here are two recipes that are coffee, whisky, and dessert all mixed into one. Ballantine's 12 Tiramisu Ingredients Ballantine's 12-year-old: 35 ml Chocolate syrup: 10 ml Half milk / half cream: 25 ml Banana liqueur: 5 ml Vanilla custard: 25 ml Toffee syrup: 10 ml Ice Method - Decorate a dessert glass or bowl with the chocolate syrup. - Pour the Ballantine's 12-year-old into a Boston shaker glass. - Add in vanilla custard, half milk/half cream, toffee syrup and banana liqueur. - Shake mixture over ice and strain into the glass or bowl. - Dust heavily with sweet chocolate powder. Ballantine's 12 Cappuccino Ingredients Ballantine's 12-year-old: 45 ml Hazelnut liqueur: 5 ml Half milk/half cream: 15 ml Caramel syrup: 5 ml Espresso chocolate powder truffles: 40 ml Method - Pour the … [Read more...] about Two recipes to make life simpler when you can’t choose between coffee and whisky
La Casa Del Camino, Laguna BeachLooking for a getaway? An overnight stay at La Casa del Camino with their Spanish style rooms, rooftop dining and their total Romance Package might be just the ticket. Inside, you'll find hand carved furnishings, all of the modern amenities with an old world sense of style. Consider a room or the La Casita residence. Even better, experience dinner for two at the K'yra Bistro or the Rooftop Lounge ($100 value), a complimentary bottle of Champagne when you arrive and a late checkout. Find out more at lacasadelcamino.comK'ya Bistro Bar, Hibachi SalmonCan't stay that long? Consider just booking a dinner reservation at the K'yra Bistro Bar. A four-course prix fixe menu offers delicacies like the fondue with black garlic truffle oil, braised short ribs with mashed potato, spinach and porcini mushroom sauce, Lobster Macaroni and Cheese, and Hibachi Salmon with farro, asparagus, portobello mushroom and spicy coconut curry sauce. Priced at $99 per couple, this is … [Read more...] about Where To Celebrate Valentine’s Day In Dana Point: 2019
Visa and Mastercard control nearly 85 percent of credit cards and nearly 100 percent of debit cards. In addition to profiting from high interest rates levied on indebted consumers, they also make their money by charging businesses for the privilege of accepting their cards. Those fees don’t sound like much — say, 2 or 3 percent of overall transactions — but this system of private taxation falls especially hard on small and independently owned businesses. The pig farmer at my local farmers’ market is likely to pay a much higher credit-card fee than his competitors down the road at Amazon–Whole Foods, which has the power to negotiate much better rates. Not only does this raise the price of his goods; it provides a systematic advantage to the biggest businesses in our economy, effecting a wealth transfer from small, Main Street businesses toward the owners of Mastercard, Visa, and American Express, to the tune of billions of dollars (the credit-card industry … [Read more...] about 6 Ideas to Rein in Silicon Valley, Open Up the Internet, and Make Tech Work for Everyone
As the world continues to grapple with the outbreak of COVID-19, people across the globe have gone into self-isolation. When you think about it, the whole coronavirus pandemic lockdown and its aftermath seem to have been lifted straight for poorly written Sci-Fi movie. This outbreak has forced us to change the way we lead our lives and retreated us to our shells, to fight a battle against an organism which is not even visible with naked eyes. However, even in these times of isolation, quarantine and lockdown, it is important to take a step back and reflect on all that you have. You have a roof over your head, you are quite likely to be working from home with no hassle of commuting, you have your family members with you, you have electricity, gas to cook fresh food and a plethora of OTT platforms to keep you entertained. So, if a weekend plan is what you are looking for, we have got you covered. We have laid out a detailed weekend planner with a host of suggestions and options to pick … [Read more...] about First weekend after Lockdown: Here is a detailed weekend plan that covers all your needs!
Williams is isolating with their girlfriend and her eight-year-old daughter, and they have been focusing on home-schooling and other home projects: “We’ve been borderline doomsday preppers. I’m reading a survival book and figuring out how to plant veggies in the backyard. I’m Jamaican, I’ve lived through natural disasters. I’m not trying to sleep on a pandemic.” … [Read more...] about ‘Like a bad sci-fi movie’: life in a deserted Los Angeles under coronavirus