Friday, 17 February 2017 15:41

On the Go!

Written by John Reardon
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Hello my Foodie Friends! Burrrr. As we are in the midst of winter, there is anticipation of Spring weather and warmer temps. While we all look forward to warmer temperatures during this time of the year, mornings can still be pretty chilly. If you’re like me and have to hurry out the door each morning before you’ve had the chance to enjoy a warm cup of coffee, you probably drink your coffee at some point during your commute from a travel mug. Most travel mugs, and I know you probably have a cabinet full of them, only keep your coffee warm for an hour and aren’t spill- and leak-proof. The good news is that there is a mug out there that can replace your cabinet full of travel mugs and water bottles! We just received a shipment of a mug that’s personal favorite of mine: The Thermos Vacuum Insulated Travel Mug. This mug not only has a locking lid to prevent spills and leaks, it is also double wall vacuum insulated. This means your coffee (or tea) can stay at the same temperature it was when you first poured it for 8 hours! It also keeps your cold beverages cold for 12 hours, which makes it great for iced coffee and water. Another great feature of the Thermos Vacuum Insulated Travel Mug is that the lid is designed to help control the flow of warm liquids so you don’t burn your tongue on that hot coffee. This sleek travel mug is slender enough to fit in your car’s cup holder, making it the perfect travel companion. The spill-proof vacuum seal means you can throw it in your purse or backpack without having to worry about it making a mess. You can also bring it with you hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing. If you bring it to the beach, you can rest assured that the locking lid will prevent it from filling up with sand. Thermos™ vacuum insulation technology locks in temperature to preserve flavor and freshness • Durable 18/8 stainless steel interior and exterior withstand the demands of everyday use • Drink lid opens with push button ease and locks closed • Light and compact design for effortless transport and storage • Bottle stays cool to the touch with hot liquids and is condensation-free with cold • Contoured body is comfortable to hold and fits most automobile drink holders I know you’re probably wondering how a travel mug can really make your life easier, but think about the last time you were rushing out the door and spilled hot coffee all over yourself. If you want to worry about one less thing in the morning, come on in to Compliments to the Chef located at 46 Marion Avenue Saratoga Springs for one of these Thermos Vacuum Insulated Drink Bottles. Our friends in the Air National Guard out of Scotia have made this one of their favorite items to bring with them on their trips to Antarctica. Remember my Foodie Friends – “Life Happens in the Kitchen.” Take care, John and Paula
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