Posted by: Jessie Kwak | September 7, 2009

Day 5: Haz una pausa con Nescafé

Coffee. The bounty of South America, that glorious fruit which gives endless joy to Seattleites (and others). And what do we drink in Peru?

Nescafé.

Step 1:

Boiling kettle
Bring water to boil–let it go for at least five minutes to kill all the microscopic bad guys.

Step 2:

Coffee materials
Gather all your materials: Cup, spoon, Nescafé, milk
Pretend milk
This is evaporated milk in a little bag. It’s stored in the jar so it doesn’t spill everywhere.

Step 3:

Spoonful of coffee
Put in as much or as little Nescafé as you like. It doesn’t really get better or worse, just stronger or weaker. Stronger isn’t necessarily better….

Step 4:

waiting
How long does it take for water to boil, anyway?

Step 5:

coffee
Attempt to enjoy!

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Responses

  1. Oh, I know this process all too well. A year in South America and I think I might finally be starting to (gasp!) like the taste. Nooooo!

  2. You know, it’s actually not too bad. I could get used to it, too. ;)

  3. Coffee…..Nescafe….ugh! Where’s the tea?


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