TIP OF THE DAY: Try Bitters In Your Coffee & The History Of Bitters

Many “cocktail households” have a bottle of Angostura bitters, to splash into a Manhattan or other recipe. In fact, you can add bitters to still or sparkling water, regular or diet soda, hot or iced tea, and coffee. (There’s a recipe for iced coffee with bitters below.) If you follow food and beverage trends, you’ve…
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TIP OF THE DAY: Café Liégeois

We made this recipe yesterday, for National Coffee Day. Instead of our favorite after-dinner coffee—a steaming cup of French or Italian roast with a shot of coffee liqueur, substituting for dessert—we celebrated with a Café Liégeois (lee-eh-ZHWAH). It’s a parfait with layers of iced coffee, ice cream and whipped cream (which is called chantilly—shon-TEE-yee—in French).…
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