Drink that Joe While It's fresh
There is an entire science about how long is coffee good for, and you should read this article about it, if you are serious about your coffee. In less words, drink that cup of coffee as soon as it coold down a bit, so you don't burn your taste buds. In less words, drink that cup of coffee as soon as it coold down a bit, so you don't burn your taste buds. The more you let it sit, the more it looses its oomph.
The Cafe Americano was attributed to American soldiers in World War II where they prefer adding water to an espresso since the Americans aren't accustomed to drinking espressos. This is actually where the belief that Americans don't really prefer drinking an espresso because of the intensity of its taste and that it was 'bitter'. This is actually where the belief that Americans don't really prefer drinking an espresso because of the intensity of its taste and that it was 'bitter'. Although the real origins of the Cafe Americano is unclear, the fact remains that it did get popular in World War II.
Other names for Americano
The Americano is indeed a popular drink across the world but known differently in other places. When in Australia, they don't really use the term 'Cafe Americano', rather you'll hear the Aussies call out their orders for a 'short black' or a 'long black'. The long black refers to the Americano while short black refers to a short of espresso. A variant of the Cafe Americano is the 'Italiano' (it's not really Italian in origin). This is technically made of a 1:1 ratio of water and espresso.
Obviously, you'll need an espresso machine for an Americano. In contrast, however, to a typical espresso, a great Americano uses a single origin type of coffee. While espressos produce great quality coffee with a mix of few, the Americano does offer a wonderful taste of single origin cups of coffee.
An Americano is the perfect cup of coffee for some because it has the strength of an espresso with the subtlety of purely pressed coffee beans in a cup. It's surely a delight to drink hot or cold every time.
Americano is simply adding water to a single or double shot of espresso
The look on a toddler’s face when everyone else is eating is usually priceless. It is as if they are wondering why they are not taking part in the family ritual of tapping the table and the mouth. Well as a mother you will have to wait for six months to introduce your baby to solid foods.
When to start introducing solid foods
Introducing your baby to solid foods – sometimes called weaning or complementary feeding – should start when your baby is around six months old.
It's a really important step in their development, and it can be great fun to explore new flavours and textures together.
Weaning is a whole new experience for you and your baby and therefore you should take it a day at a time. Start with potatoes and fruits then as months go by you can make the foods thicker. Salt and sugar should not be added.
Once your baby is 6 months old, you can in theory give her most foods, and try new ones quite quickly. Here are some foods you may wish to begin with:
purées of vegetables such as carrots (gajar), pumpkin (kaddu), potato (aloo), sweet potato (shakarkandi), sponge gourd (tori), ash gourd (petha kaddu)
purées of fruits, such as ripe cooked apple (apple), pear (nashpati), or mashed banana (kela)
gluten-free baby cereals, such as iron-fortified baby rice cereal mixed with baby's usual milk.
The next stage
Purées may be easiest for your baby at first. However, babies can quickly learn to chew soft, lumpy food even if they have no teeth. Ensure the food is well mashed and gradually make the food a thicker consistency. Try to limit the number of sweet or cereal purées to one a day, and always include a vegetable purée.
Don't add salt or sugar, honey or other sweeteners to your baby's food.