Source: By Lora Jones Business reporter, BBC News How do you like your coffee in the morning? From an Italian espresso to the Vietnamese ca phe trung, made with egg yolks and condensed milk, a lot depends on where you wake up. More people are drinking more coffee than ever before, according to the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization. So which nation produces the most beans needed for our caffeine fix? Who drinks the most coffee, and where do people buy it? 1. Top coffee pr
Source: by NAOMI TOMKY The first half hour of an Ethiopian coffee ceremony is an exercise in patience. Someone, usually a woman, washes and roasts the beans. They jingle in the pan, crackling as they take on color, the smell wafting upward with wisps of smoke, joining the nearby incense in perfuming the air. The barista, as it were, focuses on roasting the beans to medium, just enough to let the bright flavor, perhaps of blueberry, jump out from the cup. But not yet. First, t
Roasted Barley ቆሎ Coffee snack 1- Lightly Roasted Barley
2- Add salt for taste only
3- Add your choice of roasted Peanuts, Sunflower seeds or Garbanzo beans
4- Add 3 tablespoons of Olive oil. Mix together and enjoy with your Coffee.
RECIPE 3 cups of Teff Flour
4 tablespoons buckwheat Honey
1/2 a cup of olive oil (if you prefer butter, you can use butter.)
Mix the top product until it is firm. Knead and roll dough between the hands to get the dough ready for cutting.
After you finish kneading and rolling,
get sharp Scissors to cut the kneaded and rolled dough in to triangle or any shape you like.
Bake it for 30 minutes. (Usually this made with white wheat flour and fry.)