Microwaveable Breakfast Mug Meals

We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but between late night studying and early morning classes, most of us skip it altogether. Mug desserts have been trending for a while, but breakfast mugs are even better – they are quick, easy, and efficient. All you have to do is mix your ingredients, pop the mug in the microwave, and go! Just … Continue reading Microwaveable Breakfast Mug Meals

Pumpkin Spice Latte vs. Toasted Graham Latte

Starbucks just released its new seasonal drink! So, step aside pumpkin spice and make room for the toasted graham latte. It’s a smooth mix of espresso and steamed milk with hints of cinnamon and sweet cream—all finished off with a sprinkling of cinnamon-dusted graham crackers. This drink is delectably nutty and robust with the scent of a coffee crumble cake, while the pumpkin spice latte is … Continue reading Pumpkin Spice Latte vs. Toasted Graham Latte

The Truth About Kombucha…and What is Matcha?

Healthy food trends fade in and out of style faster than Instagram can keep up with. Think avocados, kale, smoothie bowls sprinkled with chia seeds, and pressed juices. They’ve all had their 15 minutes of fame with health food nuts fanatically pimping them out all over the Internet. Two newcomers have started making waves in this world of hip healthy foods: kombucha and matcha. Both … Continue reading The Truth About Kombucha…and What is Matcha?

Coffee’s Hot New Trend: Cold Brew

Summer may have officially come to a close, but the cold brew coffee trend is not going anywhere. Why is cold brew so popular and what exactly makes cold brew different from iced coffee?  Here’s how cold brew is made, its distinct qualities, and where you might find it up on the Hill. In making a cold brew, very coarse coffee beans are put into … Continue reading Coffee’s Hot New Trend: Cold Brew

Koinonia Opens New Organic Cafe On Westcott

Natural light floods a room with a clean interior design. The atmosphere at Koinonia Juice Bar and Cafe’s new branch is refreshing and seems to be the only place in Syracuse where spring actually exists. The juice bar is managed by the same owners of the Koinonia Center of Health, located in Fayetteville, NY. Its new location in the Westcott neighborhood—settled directly above Taste of India on Dell St.—just opened two months ago, serving … Continue reading Koinonia Opens New Organic Cafe On Westcott