How to make the perfect espresso martini
Whether it’s sipped after dinner or before the New Year’s Eve celebrations, it’s just the thing – but what are the little secrets to creating perfection in a glass?
Fredagsdrinken – så blandar du en Espresso Martini
Recept på den uppiggande drinken Espressotini, eller Espresso Martini som den också kallas. Den får en fin crema av espresson, sötma av Kahlúa och styrka av vodka. En perfekt drink efter middagen.
Tips på hur du gör den alkoholfri längst ner på sidan.
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Birth of an urban myth
When it comes to the origin of the five-second rule, stories abound. Genghis Khan often stars in these accounts, with claims it was originally known as the Khan rule. This rule apparently came into play at 13th-century victory banquets when Khan declared that as long as food had been on the ground for less than twelve hours, it was safe to eat. Another story centres on celebrity chef Julia Child famously advising on her TV show The French Chef what to do if you drop food while cooking. ‘You can always pick it up, and if you’re alone in the kitchen, who is going to see?’