[QUOTE=RichMahogany;1104671]Is it? How do you drink it? Hot like an Irish coffee, or cold like a white russian or what? Equal parts of the 3?
I like it warm since it's comforting due to the spicy flavor. I use sugar, a little milk/heavy cream, coconut oil and a pinch of cinnamon or cocoa power along with the coffee and rum. Been meaning to add a scoop of vanilla ice cream sometime to see how that'd be. And, yeah, equal parts coffee and rum and a tbsp of coconut oil.
Over ice/cool would likely just make the coconut oil hard and make it a lot less palatable. Not sure.
1. Steak tartare
7. I feel pressure to get one more vegetable in here, but I'll choose pomegranates. Just to get some sweetness.
Hmm. I do not know if I would change this. I still love all these things. I wonder if there is a way for me to fit in cheese.
[QUOTE=naiadknight;467848]Survive and THRIVE?
1) Tea (in all it's forms)
2) Cow and cow products
7) seasoning (spices, herbs, garlic, onion, pepper and dried peppers)[/QUOTE]
Nearly two years later and not much has changed. I think I would sub out eggs for tea and seasonal fruit for chocolate.
OK I'll try!
4. red wine
Very difficult - can I have 7 more?
2) Sweet potatoes.
5) Dark chocolate.
3. Nuts, macademia
4. Olive oil/products
7. Pork (got to have the fruit of the pig.)
3. Olive oil
6. Pine nuts
7. Ice Cream...:)
Coffee w/heavy cream
And then, since luckily the world has more than 7 foods, coconut, macadamias, pecans, olives, cauliflower, kale, green beans, red peppers, spinach, beets, rutabagas, carrots, mushrooms, pork, chicken, berries, yogurt, and every cheese in the market
And then, since luckily the world has more than 7 foods[/QUOTE]
Elegantly and eloquently said. How fortunate we are! The items I hypothetically would have missed out on have been plaguing me all weekend!