SEARCH: Hot Cozy Drink Ideas

Hot Cozy Drink Ideas
By Dianna Kersey

Folklore LatteWhat’s better than taking time out for yourself, pouring a nice cup of yumminess, and settling down with a great book or slowing down to take in the view from your porch? We’ve put together a list of drink ideas sure to warm your heart and tantalize your taste buds all winter long.

Do you dream of making delicious, gourmet, hot beverages? Do you love all the variations of hot cocoa and apple cider, and everything else in between? Do you hate paying super-uber high prices for the gourmet delights in fancy restaurants? We’ve got the ideas here to give you the edge up on the next office party competition to show off your apron prowess. You’re assured to win accolades around the water cooler with these awesome hot drink variations to keep the cooler temps from chilling you to the bone this season… continue reading the Winter 2017 issue of SEARCH

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SEARCH: The Power of Aroma

The Power of Aroma
by Murdo Morrison

MURDOI spent my childhood years during the 1950s in working class neighborhoods in Glasgow, Scotland. In those days any money went to necessities, and special items were things you saved up for.

Luxury items were often out of reach, with much of it yet to be invented. Not only was there less variety, but much of the produce was seasonal. We waited expectantly for the fresh strawberries and rich tarts the baker created. Fresh peaches, one shilling each at the time, were only an occasional treat.

The heightened senses of childhood made for a richer experience. It was a time when many items were served from barrels or bins. Potatoes were scooped onto a heavy scale, cheese was cut from the round. A simple shopping trip would be marked by the distinct aromas of the various stores where the air was filled with a heady mix of Provolone, Salami, spices, and other exotic aromas that, at the time, I was unable to identify. The strongest notes in the ‘perfumed symphony’ were played by the freshly roasted coffee beans. In our world, coffee, when we drank it at all, came from small tins of Nescafé in the form of a powder we mixed with hot water from the kettle. Perhaps it was then the idea… continue reading the Fall issue of SEARCH Magazine.