Jump to content

Vuko Laosic

participating member
  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Recent Profile Visitors

794 profile views
  1. If you have at home sugar powder mill you can buy roasted coffee beans and do by yourself. Oh that is smell of roasted coffee. You will get great flavour too.
  2. Depend of conditions. It's not same in Europe and in Thailand. I never eat tomato which is room temperature. (Tomato salad with feta and olive oil warm ) If i leave home for more than 4 days, i will put coffee jars in refrigerator
  3. Whenever I'm in South East Asia i have in fridge passion fruit for passion fruit martini. In Europe I have to use pure. 3 part Vodka 1 part Passion Fruit Liqueur 1 Passion Fruit / Soft Part, don't use skin 1 Lemongrass I like to add lemongrass to sweet tropical cocktails, you will get spicy note well balanced with sweetness Put all ingredients in boston shaker, muddle well add ice and shake. Strain into Martini Glass
  4. Vuko Laosic

    Amarone v Vin Jaune

    I agree with you. Amarone di Valpolicella is one of most complex wine i ever had. i love it
  5. I'm traveling across Europe. I found out Slovenian Pinot Noir really good. Movia Modri Pinot
  6. In preheated oven on baking paper, just add little bit more cheese
  7. Amaretto, Almond Liqueur Peppermint Liqueur Vodka Extra Dry Vermouth Chambery Triple Sec You can make nice range of cocktails with this ingrediants
  8. In South East Asia They dry pineapple and mango on street. Simple Fruit is sun dried in couple of days. You can see that front of houses together with sticky rice (crunchy sticky rice Disc) until cats comes
  9. Which coffee you use for French press? I use espresso arabica. I found it better than regular coffee.
  10. Nice. From my experience with starters, It s most important to never put salt in first phase of rising. Starter doesn't t like salt.
  11. Nuttela. Jooke. Black ink rissoto with crispy calamari on the top. Served in crunchy basket of tortilla, tortilla act pizza bread
  12. Really nice selection. Can you share with us, how much is your cost per cocktail?
  • Create New...