My local tea house has recently turning me onto Lattes, I used to just take tea straight but the heavier, milky-ness of it is so nice for winter.
Anyyywhoooo, I've wanted to try making them at home, but lack a steamer/frother/whatever will work. Any suggestions on doing lattes without the equipment? Or cheap [read super cheap] equipment I can look for?
I need help deciding between two law school, both with lots of pros and not so many cons.
One thing that I'm taking into consideration is the food-atmosphere of the two towns. I'm deciding between Univ. of Oregon and Syracuse University. Eugene, OR has a great foodie atmosphere but I don't really know anything about the atmosphere in Syracuse. I've heard legends about Dinosaur BBQ but what else do they have up there?
(Let's try to keep alumni bias etc. out of the picture, not easy I know)
I'll be visiting University of Oregon this weekend and was looking for good restaurant suggestions. I found a thread on this from 2010 but thought I'd start a new one to make sure I didn't miss the current favorites.
So I recently had a transcendental restaurant experience (if you're ever in Durham you owe it to yourself to go to Mateo's Tapas Bar) and Espellette Pepper Jelly played a big part in it.
I've done a bit of research and it seems that these peppers are quite hard to find, does anyone know a good way to get them, or a good substitute pepper? Also, anyone have a favorite pepper jelly recipe I could play with?
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