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Up until the last few years — when pour-over coffee started garnering cult status in the specialty coffee world, making filter coffee cool again — espresso had often been deemed by many as the “best” way to drink coffee. When it was introduced in the United States, a country where we had become used to drinking drip coffee, it was an entirely new way to experience coffee. The new method of preparing coffee revolutionized the American coffee industry, leading to a growth in espresso-based drinks and changing how we consume our favorite drink.
But while some might place espresso at the top of the hierarchy, there’s no one brew method that is better than another. There are, however, some differences between the two.
On October 21, 2015 — the day Marty McFly and Doc Brown travel to in Back to the Future II — you’ll be able to get your hands on Pepsi’s limited-edition Pepsi Perfect.
The soda made an appearance in the second installment of the Back to the Future trilogy, and now Pepsi is making it a reality for fans.
Yes, spaghetti squash has the power to make an amazing dinner (I’m looking at you, spaghetti squash pad Thai), but if we’re really being honest, the truly amazing thing about this vegetable is its likeness to long, thin pasta.
But here’s the thing: No one likes short, broken strands of spaghetti, so why settle for short strands of spaghetti squash? Are you getting the longest, twirliest strands you can from your squash?
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CrossFit, Inc. recently posted this on their Facebook Page, promising that “The documentary you’ve been waiting for,” Froning: The Fittest Man in History would finally be available on iTunes on October 2nd. While it’s not the documentary I have been waiting for (I am trying to get my hands on Going Clear, frankly, but we all have our priorities), a lot of people are geeking hard over the film.