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31. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 11y

You're not Your...damn my fingers..they type faster than my brain works!!

32. Posted by FionaNZ (Respected Member 903 posts) 11y

Milk Chocolate

Coffee - White, sometimes a little sugar, never ever instant!

I'm a Saggitarian, firy red...

33. Posted by IronChef (Full Member 1076 posts) 11y

Chocolate - Yuck!

Coffee - skim(no fat) - sugar but still nice and strong. always a couple extra tablespoons of coffee - fresh ground! Didn't know they have instant. Keep a pot on all day long, Thanks.

34. Posted by galka_mak (Full Member 169 posts) 11y

Chocolate - milk. But who says I will refuse set of bitter dark as a present? No way!

Coffee - various! Black and strong in the morning, and any other along the day- milk and sugar, cappuccino, latte, frappe, after eight... - I love coffee! I like to buy the green coffee beans then roast and grind 'em by myself and then even to make it not in the coffee-machine but in that special utensil - pls help ... how do we call it in English?.. in Ukr it's a word "dzhezva" (could you pronounce? )

I'm firy-red. Definitely!

35. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

I'm a Leo so definitely firey red, but with an ever-so-small streak of cool aquamarine blue mixed with a bit of lapis lasuli...

36. Posted by IronChef (Full Member 1076 posts) 11y

Quoting galka_mak

that special utensil - pls help ... how do we call it in English?.. in Ukr it's a word "dzhezva" (could you pronounce? )

I'm firy-red. Definitely!

Don't think I can pronounce and I tried to translate on Alta Vista - no luck and Google came up blank. I am guessing that it is a perculator or a French Press. Either way, that is so awesome that you roast your own beans. Anything special involved there?

Lots of red-heads in the forums, huh? Or maybe the fiery girls are a lot more proud of their flowing locks?:)

Hhhmmm ... as it seems to be coming up in this thread - I'm a Taurus and actually in the Chinese astorlogical calendar - an Ox. Bull-Ox. What that means I have no idea.

37. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 11y

ahem...I am the only one who professed to being a red-head..I think everyone else was speaking personality wise ;)

38. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

Quoting CupCake

ahem...I am the only one who professed to being a red-head..I think everyone else was speaking personality wise ;)

I was strawberry blonde - more strawberry than blonde - when I was little. Now the gray has replaced all the red highlights, creating that blue streak...

39. Posted by Q' (Travel Guru 1987 posts) 11y

Quoting galka_mak

I like to buy the green coffee beans then roast and grind 'em by myself and then even to make it not in the coffee-machine but in that special utensil - pls help ... how do we call it in English?.. in Ukr it's a word "dzhezva" (could you pronounce? )

I did some research and found this wonderful website. Wow!! I didn't even know there was so much into a cup of coffee:

http://www.ineedcoffee.com/brewing/

There must be several dozen ways to make a coffee!!

galka_mak, are you talking about a Ibrik which is a small pot with a long handle (compared to the pot) which is used to brew Turkish coffee ? A good friend, who is Serbian, introduced me to this way of making coffee several years ago. Very strong coffee.

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