Pineapple Skin Drink - Episode 203

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Serving Info

Prep. time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 1 hour
Total time: 1 hour 5 minutes
Servings: 20 cups

Ingredients

3 ripe pineapple skins
20 cups water
1 and 1/3 cup brown sugar
1/3 cup honey

Cantaloupe Smoothie - Episode 196

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Serving Info

Prep. time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 5 minutes
Total time: 10 minutes
Servings: 2 people

Ingredients

2 cups cantaloupe
3/4 cups coconut milk
1/2 cup sweet condensed milk
Ice

Coffee Jelly วุ้นกาแฟ - Episode 109

Coffee Jelly วุ้นกาแฟ - Episode 109

Coffee Jelly วุ้นกาแฟ is a sort of like Coffee Jello. But Coffee Jelly uses agar-agar powder instead of gelatin as a thickening agent. Unlike gelatin, agar-agar powder is plant based, and the preferred thickening agent for vegetarians. Also, agar-agar powder sets within minutes as opposed to hours when cooled. Which means you can do cool things with agar-agar powder, like make layers fairly quickly. Agar-agar powder might not be well known, or very popular in the US, but you can find it fairly easy at your local Asian grocery store, or even online at Amazon. If you love coffee, then try this.

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Watermelon and Basil Seed Drink - Episode 95

Watermelon and Basil Seed Drink - Episode 95

Watermelon and Basil Seed Drink is a very flavorful and refreshing summertime drink. Since watermelon is in season now, I tend to load up on them when I go to the grocery store. I picked up four recently, and have already eaten two of them. This watermelon and basil seed drink is super easy to make, there are just a few common ingredients and you will be drinking a watermelon in no time. If you can't find basil seeds, then you can always use chia seeds as an equally healthy alternative. 

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Iced Coffee กาแฟเย็น - Episode 86

Iced Coffee กาแฟเย็น - Episode 86

As the seasons change and summer starts to set in, it is the perfect time to switch from coffee to iced coffee. My iced coffee recipe is inspired by Thai Iced Coffee. The main difference is who the iced coffee is sweetened. This recipe shows two difference ways to sweeten your iced coffee, one for those that like cream in their coffee, and one for those that like black coffee. 

Use your favorite coffee brand, I use a local brand that I buy at the local farmer's market. Their coffee beans are great and makes the perfect flavor of coffee. For the creamed sweetener I use condensed milk, half-and-half, and evaporated milk. For the blacked sweetener I use coconut sugar and honey. Very simple, very quick, and very easy to make at home. 

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