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Our first stop for the Dating in DFW would be at Zenna Thai & Japanese Restaurant in Mesquite Texas, but there are also locations in Plano, North Dallas, and Downtown Dallas. We highly enjoyed our visit, and after seeing the menu, I realized I had ordered delivery from here a few months ago.
Let’s not lie here, I am addicted to coffee. As we plan our future travels, I started to think about all the different coffee around the world. Every country has a different method of making coffee and I found it interesting when doing research on it. Wouldn’t it be neat to try out different coffees without even leaving my own home? That is when I found Bean Box on Amazon. It isÂ 16 gourmet coffees from the world’s top microlots. We haven’t tried it yet. We just ordered it. But we came across it when doing research when looking into it.Â Coffee Around The World Argentina CafÃ© – is a shot of espresso CafÃ© en jarrito – basically a double espresso Cortado – a macchiato, or espresso cut with a little milk CafÃ© con crema – same as a cortado, but with cream instead of milk Lagrima – espresso cup filled with milk and a touch of coffee Americano – Hot water is added to a shot or two of espresso. CafÃ© con leche -half coffee half milk CapuchinoÂ – visible layers of coffee, milk, and froth, topped with cinnamon or chocolate. Austria Kleiner BruanerÂ and GroÎ²er Brauner – close to what people consider ordinary coffee Melange – frothed milk and steamed coffee Milchkaffee or CafÃ© Latte – large coffee with frothed milk EinspÃ¤nner – Strong black coffee with a dash of whipped cream Fiaker – coffee with a shot of Austrian rum and whipped cream MazagranÂ – A cold FiakerÂ variation Konsul – Black coffee with a small spot of cream VerlÃ¤ngerter – a dilutedÂ version of the GroÎ²er Brauner Schwarzer or Mokka – Strong black coffee with lots of sugar (but not served with it) Kurzer or Espresso – espresso TÃ¼rkischer – coffee boiled for a long time with sugar. Served very hot and grains still in the cup. Eiskaffee: Cold coffee with vanilla ice cream, chocolate, and whipped cream. Cappuccino – not the international version, but coffee and whipped cream. Cuba CafÃ© CubanoÂ or cafecitoÂ – espresso mixed with sugar Cortadito – espresso topped with steamed milk CafÃ© on leche – coffee and hot milk ColadoÂ – CubanÂ espresso in larger portions. Want to learn more about coffee around the world? Sign up for our newsletter and we will be featuring countries around the world in every issue.
Welcome back to the Dating in DFW Series. Here you will find all of the ideas for Foodie Love. Â Please stay with us as we update all of the wonderful restaurantsÂ in DFW on this list. If you would like to sponsor a post and/or be added to the list, please contact us on the Work With Us Page. We would love to hear from you.
Friday I told you I was going to start writing about James and myself, and I would be posting every Sunday. I wanted to start from the very beginning, and that starts with waffles. You will need to know why we love waffles the way we do. But, it’s not just waffles that we love. We love Waffle House. Why We Love Waffles – It Starts With Coffee I’ll take you back before the coffee to start, I don’t remember who reached out to who. James and I started to talk on one of the dating apps. We talked for a couple of weeks getting to know each other, and added one another on social media. James was a true gentleman in the fact that he never once attempted to start something sexual. He really was trying to get to know me. I’ll say it now, it was a breath of fresh air to start to get to know him. We had made plans to meet at the Waffle House near my house for a coffee date. I arrived first and waited in my car for a few minutes, then went into the restaurantÂ to wait for him. I always seem to be early and wanted to make sure I was really meeting who I had been talking to. When he got there we sat down and talked. Enjoyed our coffee and just talked. When it was time for me to go home, we sat outsideÂ and talked for a few more minutes while we both smoked a cigarette. Then something happened to confuse me. I really thought he was about to try and kiss me when we hugged goodbye, but he didn’t. I thought that the coffee date had gone extremely well and we made plans to see each otherÂ again, so I was really confused. Later when I asked him about it, I found out he was just being a gentleman again. Since our first date, we have been back a handful of times. One of the employees has even recognized us and mentioned it to us. So Waffle House is kinda special to us. I know it doesn’t seem like much, but I have met the man that I love there (at leastÂ in person) and we do enjoy their food too.
Last year, the art institute had an assignment where we had to go out and photograph a local business and their products. I knew that I wanted to go out to the local wings place that is a hidden gem right outside of Dallas but has the best hot wings in all of DFW. Seriously you will not find a better wing than that at Phat Wings.