Food, Food & More Food

An easy, vegetarian and family-friendly introduction to fermented superfood, kimchi. Kimchi is a big ask for some. Even more so for those with families to feed. For starters – not to put too fine a point on it – kimchi stinks. To highest Heaven. Even hardcore kimchi fans would have to admit this. In fact, […] via 15-Minute Kimchi Fried Rice – A Family-Friendly Introduction to … Continue reading Food, Food & More Food

Destination Travels That Pique My Interests

There are at least three travel destinations to other countries that not only peak but hold my interests.   One such place is Brazil.  I’m passionate about coffee and related products in the coffee industry. So, since they are one of the ten highest importers per US ton of coffee beans, I think Brazil would be a good place to start.  Another destination country would be Paris or … Continue reading Destination Travels That Pique My Interests

Coffee Beans & Exports

{picture from Cafe Imports} Second only to oil, coffee is the world’s second most traded commodity, with about half a trillion cups drank per year. Not only used for brewing a cup of joe, the coffee bean (through decaffeination) provides caffeine for beverages (cola), pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics. Despite the different flavors, there are two main commercially grown beans Arabica which accounts for 70% of coffee … Continue reading Coffee Beans & Exports

Color Splash

Zhangye Danxia Landform is colorful rock formations Geological Park in Gansu province, China. These rock formations is a unique type of petrographic geomorphology, which can be found only in China. Colored rocks consist of red sand stones and conglomerates of mostly Cretaceous period. via Rainbow Mountains Aka Zhangye Danxia Landform In Gansu, China — ChinGum Continue reading Color Splash