Two Who Trek searches for 100% Colombian coffee
For Two Who Trek, fresh brewed coffee fills our morning senses with contentment and fortifies our ability to handle the day’s challenges. Location is everything and a Juan Valdez Cafe is just down the street. When our coffee supply gets low, help is just around the corner.
The image of Juan Valdez is synonymous with authentic Colombian coffee. Since 1958, the fictional character of a Colombian coffee farmer, representing the National Federation of Coffee Growers in Colombia, is Juan Valdez. He is sometimes accompanied by his burro Conchita, carrying sacks filled with harvested Colombian coffee beans.
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What do you get when you add salmon to a salted water pot of boiling potatoes and onions? If it’s South Haven, Michigan at National Blueberry Festival time, an amazing Fish Boil, Lake Michigan style! With over 40 years of fish boil experience, the South Haven Steelheaders (SHS) chapter of the Michigan Steelheaders and Salmon Fisherman’s Association, created a tasty treat for multitudes of hungry guests, including Two Who Trek, on August 8, 2015.
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We’ve talked about the wonderful fruit and vegetable markets in Cuenca. However, many of the items are different from what we would find in the United States. Today Two Who Trek looks at some of the unusual fruits we discovered in the markets.
First, TWT has a general observation about the quality of the produce available at market. Most of the fruits are grown in Ecuador and the crops are picked closer to full ripeness than those shipped overseas. At the time we were in Ecuador, only black cherries were being imported and those came from nearby Chile. Flavors overall were more intense than the imported produce we might get at the super market back home. Continue reading
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