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    Quote Originally Posted by autolycus View Post
    I don't know about plain chicory, but you can easily get chicory coffee. Just look for Cafe du Monde coffee. Better still... Go to New Orleans and get the stuff from the source along with beignets.

    My favorite drinks: diet dr pepper, sweet tea (when eating southern meat and three or BBQ), hot tea (Darjeeling with a little rock sugar or some Chinese varieties with milk and sugar) and wheat beers or american brown and pale ales. Variety is the spice of life, right?
    Thanks for the tip, I'll do a web search.

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    Oh and icees, smoothies and slushies. Basically if it can be sucked through a straw, has micro fine ice particles in it sufficient to produce brain ache and is candy sweet it's my favorite.
    I really, really like TB Bags!

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    Had a Frozen Mountain Dew Slushie on Sunday night driving home to Philly from Canada. Microfine particles sucked through a straw +++ caffeine. Wide awake!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorayme View Post
    Oh and icees, smoothies and slushies. Basically if it can be sucked through a straw, has micro fine ice particles in it sufficient to produce brain ache and is candy sweet it's my favorite.
    I went to Jamba Juice right after I saw this post. You're an enabler!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yonkdaddy View Post
    Hey, OnMyWay... only 1 Diet Coke/day? If I have less than three I have withdrawal.

    I've also fixed the coffeeshop problem... we just got a Rancilio Silvia espresso machine and Baratza Vario coffee grinder. I've experimented with Velton's Bonsai Blend espresso beans (really good) and I'm getting my first batch of Intelligentsia Black Cat beans in the next day or two. I dare say I'm making much better espresso and lattes than we can get at any of our local coffee shops. Now working on latte art!
    I demand latte art photos!
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    I too am a diet coke/pepsi addict...but also:
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    Gorgeous shot! HDR, right? Where did you take it?

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    Thanks, yes its a HDR taken last year at the bar at the El Rio Y Mar resort, Coron, Philippines.

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    Japanese genmaicha (green tea with roasted rice) is great hot or iced. My current beer favorites are Donnington's SBA when in England, Alaska Amber when it's hot at home, and Young's Double Chocolate Stout when it's not. My current affordable red wine is Chateau Ste Michelle Syrah (2007). It's on sale a lot for around 9 bucks a bottle. Current affordable white is Dashwood Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand--about the same price on sale. And we found a screaming rose deal a few months ago--3.99 a bottle for an Italian rose from the Veneto. (Can't remember the winery, but it probably doesn't matter, since it isn't available anymore.) But it did remind me that there are some good summer sipping roses being made these days in Northern Italy.
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    Nectar of the Gods!!!!!
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    Tonight, after what seems like the 900th day in a row of steamy Georgia heat, my favorite drink is a peach daiquiri: which I make with peaches from the local orchard, limeade, rum, lots and lots of ice, and my secret ingredient, a splash of Amaretto. One sip and I feel twenty degrees cooler.

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    Appalachian Brewing Company Root Beer. yum.
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    Sittin on the front stoop, suckin' on a YooHoo and listenin' to Aretha scream...

    Well, one can dream...
    Owner of: Super Ego briefcase (Black / Indigo / Steel) with Reflective Strip, Brain Cell (Steel), Horizontal Freudian Slip, various Organizer Pouches and Key Straps, and a Side Effect (Black / Wassabi) worn as a belt-style hip-pack.

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    YooHoo... Nectar of the gods...
    Western Flyer (Crimson); 4Z Brain Cell; Swift (wife); Empire Builder (Black/Steel/Wasabi); Aeronaut (Black/Steel); Side Effect (Black), 3D Cube (Olive); lots of cubes/pouches/kit; Synapse (Navy/Solar); Smart Alec (Cardinal/Steel)

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    Glenrothes, neat.
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