Cappuccino Day falls on November 8 in honor of the hot coffee with the frothed milk. So many people are addicted to cappuccino - Cappuccino is the perfect drink for a cold day, to meet in a cafe with friends, to walk around with it in a cup with a lid that warms the hands and in general to indulge with it whenever possible.
The cappuccino is traditionally made with espresso, hot milk and frothed milk. The origin of the cappuccino is from Italy.
The origin of the word cappuccino is from the Order of Friars Minor Capuchin, an order of the Catholic Church, where monks wore robes with pointed brown hats reminiscent of the popular coffee color.
The first espresso machine used to make a cappuccino was first introduced in the early 20th century, after Luigi Bazera of Milan patented it in 1901.
In 1945, Achilla Gajia, the owner of a café in Milan, invented the modern espresso machine that was suitable for many cafes and restaurants, thus increasing the popularity of cappuccino.
In the mid-1990s cappuccino became a popular beverage in North America, in upscale cafes.
By the late 1990s to the early 2000s, the cappuccino had already become the domain of all cafes for their visitors, while booming in the American coffee industry.
At the beginning of the 21st century, cappuccinos also began to be served in fast food chains.
Cappuccino has also gained popularity in the United Kingdom, due to the British custom of drinking coffee with milk.
When making cappuccino, great care must be taken to arrive at the right ratio of foam and hot milk. The lower third of the cabbage contains the espresso, and the next two thirds consist equally of the hot milk and the whipped part.
A skilled barista can also create artistic forms while he / she pours the frothed milk. The artistic illustrations on top of the foam are called "latte art".
How to celebrate Cappuccino Day?
Of course, Cappuccino Day can be celebrated by drinking cappuccino, it can be done at home alone, if you have an espresso machine, or with friends / family / neighbors / acquaintances. You can drink it at work or in a cafe. No matter where and with whom you drink the cappuccino - it's today to savor this addictive and refreshing drink!
November 8 is also World Urbanism Day (World Town Planning Day) - November 8
What is a good waiter? A good waiter is someone who serves you quickly and efficiently, who gives you everything you ask and does not forget you, who gives you attention and comes to ask if you need something and most importantly - all courteously with a smile. A good waiter can make the dining experience at the restaurant pleasant and in the opposite case, a poor waiter can make her become a disaster, no matter how tasty the food will be. (Written in masculine but the intention is also for the female of course).
According to statistics, the vast majority of people do not leave proper tips for waiters. Some people leave no tip at all. Think about how skilled the waitress's work is. They have to work long hours on their feet, treat their guests with dedication and courtesy, with a lot of patience, walk carefully with a lot of balance and coordination, trays filled with dishes from the kitchen to the table and back, to be attentive and alert to everything the customer wants Concentrated and with a good memory for all the guests' requests during the meal, before and after and everything to do without complaining and without showing that it is hard!
So it's good to have the day of the waiters, the day you show the waiters and waitresses the world appreciation and appreciation. According to the nationalwaitersday.com website, the day of the waiters is designed to change the perception of restaurant service as if it is unprofessional or inferior work. People think that anyone can be a waiter, but the truth is that in order to be a waiter, you need a lot of skills (as described above). So on the day of the waiters, if you are going to a restaurant, look at the waiter or waitress you know best, smile at them and say thank you. Do not take their service for granted and remember that they are just like you. And of course leave a nice tip.
September 25th is also Dream Day
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