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Cafe Tipo 8 – Discover Great Food And Authentic Coffee In Shin-Osaka

April 11, 2016 @ 8:19 am
by e.neil
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White paper swaddled the package on the table in front of me.  A mystery ready to be unraveled, an adventure to be begun, I unwrapped one end and eased back the paper.  An object of beauty glistened back – a thick slice of bacon.  Sesame seeds punctuated the long bun cradling my bacon and egg sandwich… I finished up a meet-up in a part of Osaka that I don’t visit very often - “Shin Umeda” (“New Umeda) and found Café Tipo8 – a café and coffee roaster. As the pasta menu had closed for the day, I was left with [...]
Miyabi Cafe And Boulangerie, Itami, Hyogo

Miyabi Café and Boulangerie – Getting Local with Cafes in Hyogo – Itami

January 25, 2016 @ 7:49 am
by e.neil
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I dabbed at the corners of my mouth before I even opened the door. Having arrived a little late in the day, the dessert display case seemed to smirk at me for my tardiness, taunting me to come earlier next time. Among the slices of cake remaining, a singular egg tart called to me the loudest. Pastries and breads - mounds of joy - whispered at me from the take-away bakery section. Croissants, custard cream filled rolls, Danish, bread loaves begged me to take them. Located in a suburban neighborhood in Itami, Hyogo, Japan, Miyabi Cafe and Boulangerie makes for [...]

Put The Secret of Coffee Pros To Work For You At Home – Coffee Toddy – The Weekly Batch Ready in Less Than 11 Minutes

September 1, 2015 @ 8:23 am
by e.neil
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The latch-stopper bottle chilled my hand as I pulled it out of the refrigerator. I handled it like a relic to keep it in my grip. The porcelain mug on the counter top thirsted, mouth agape, craving its morning fix. But not as much as I was. I popped open the bottle and measured out 4 centiliters once, twice, into a stainless steel shot cup. The mug almost shivered as the first shot, then the second, splashed in. A few seconds later, ice chimed against the side of the mug as it spiraled to the bottom. I diluted the concentrated [...]