He read old almanacs at the book-stalls on the quays, and he began to frequent another cafe, where more newspapers were taken and his postprandial demitasse
cost him a penny extra, and where he used to con the tattered sheets for curious anecdotes, freaks of nature, and strange coincidences.
Coffee, which originated in modern-day Yemen and Ethiopia, has become ubiquitous around the world and over the last century, coffee culture has experienced three waves of demitasse
After this demitasse
, Mon presented a 100 percent Mt.
Testament to that is the rich, nutty, fruity and intoxicating demitasse
of hot choclate.
of cardamomed coffee, with all that it implies [...]" (Shammas 82).
Our amuse-bouche is a demitasse
of chef Nikolas' tasty soup and a smaller version of a regular sized traditional village bread accompanies.
Look, here's an atomizer from a perfumier just like the one I gave Nana, and spoons for salt and demitasse
. Nobody spoons out salt anymore.
To start, we enjoyed our amuse-bouche, a flavorful creamy chick-pea and bacon soup served in a demitasse
cup while we perused the wide-ranging menu.
line that included teapots, dessert plates, mugs, demitasse
cups and saucers, vases and hot plates.
The ladies were then offered refreshing Fruit Slushies served in small swan containers with demitasse
This is a complete gardening experience--a plant raised from seed or cutting, carefully potted, grown and maintained over time--a world of green in a pot no bigger than a demitasse
or a thimble.
The living room in her grandmother Mimi's house "was full of orchids and tiny sterling silver spoons and teensy demitasse
cups and saucers, and peacock feathers and mother-of-pearl binoculars and juno volupta seashells." (Mimi is just one of many family members routinely getting her granddaughter out of hot water, paying Marnell's back rent and wiring her money when she's abroad.) Of the uterine lining shed during a false miscarriage, she tells us, "Imagine a jellyfish as big as an ashtray." Even when Marnell is home alone, you get the sense that she's curating a shoot you might find in the last ten years of Italian Vogue-, "I stubbed out my cigarette into a seashell."