Holiday Inn Itasca (Woodfield Area)
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... mojo" or citrus marinade, garlic-rubbed flank steak, chorizo aioli, sofrito rice with cilantro and tres leches (three milks) cake. We took advantage of the discount card provided as part of the course, purchasing a couple of small items each and ordering one big one - a cast iron casserole dish - to be delivered to Max & Sarah's. The rain had eased by the time we headed home, though Max was complaining of it being too cool for his liking and debated whether ...
... the timer (set for 6 minutes) as you begin to pour the freshly boiled hot water. Step 8: Completely saturate the grounds as you pour. Pour slowly to ensure you can monitor the scale display accurately and achieve the correct coffee to water ratio (for 3 cups - 400g; for 4 cups - 500g; for 8 cups - 1000g). And so it goes on... Today we watched one staff member carrying out steps 3 to 6; when he weighed the ground coffee beans there were obviously not quite enough so ...
... on every street corner. By the time we had walked about 5 blocks we had seen 32 cops. Curiosity got the better of me, had to ask why. To keep us safe apparently. Last summer there was unrest on the streets and as this was a tourist area and high end market, they installed more cops and cameras. Not that the cops told that to us. A local saw us looking around and came to have a chat with us. We still saw homeless people ...