Monthly Archives: June 2012

Highballin’

I was inspired by Louisville’s triple digit temperature and Not Without Salt’s latest post to make some cherry lemonade. 1 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice 1 cup honey simple syrup (1/4 honey, 1/4 sugar, 1/2 boiling water) Handful muddled cherries. Diluted with … Continue reading

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Crema, Nashville, TN

Although we drove to Nashville specifically to check out Barista Parlor, we didn’t feel our visit would be complete without going to Crema, a veteran shop in the Nashville specialty coffee scene. I was already over-caffeinated, so I limited myself … Continue reading

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Barista Parlor

East Nashville’s food scene is exploding right now, so it only makes sense to find specialty coffee making strides as well. But Barista Parlor isn’t just making strides, it’s taken the scene into hyperspace. Located in a remodeled garage, Barista … Continue reading

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Eating Nashville

Julie and I have been itching to get out of town, even just for a day trip, and Nashville, TN is perfect day trip distance. More importantly some of my friends just moved there to help start a new coffee … Continue reading

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Bread Pudding

I botched a loaf of bread, but it turned out to be a great mistake because Julie made bread pudding out of it. Best. Dessert. Ever.

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Coming Soon…

A new Sunergos Coffee location is opening near the corner of 5th and Jefferson. It’s going to be an espresso-focused shop with a 2* group head Slayer espresso machine and 2 different single origin espresso options. I’m excited because this represents … Continue reading

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Mission Accomplished

Our porch is looking very lively thanks to my wife’s green thumb.

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