What is it about coffee that makes American’s go warm inside with joy? Even before Starbucks, Seattle’s Best and Caribou, Americans had a fascination with coffee. My grandmother had to have her coffee every morning. I remember one time when she was staying at our house for the weekend and we had run out of coffee. She said, “Eddie, go to my car and get my thermos, there is coffee in there.” My grandmother then had me microwave her day old coffee. She always drank it dark and black.
As a kid I learned how to make coffee in a percolating Saladmaster coffee pot. Later we used the now ubiquitous drip style coffee pot. Now that I’m older and always searching for the best in everything I am addicted to my french press. I wonder what will be next? For now we have Barista’s who are making art out of Latte foam and of course there seems to be an infinite number of possibilities when it comes to espresso drink combinations, but what is next? For now, I’m happy with my Seven Mile Latte in Denton, TX with a nifty heart – but now that I’ve seen this video I may want them to add my face to the next one.
At Chemist Creative we always look for great new videos, food, graphic design and other creative finds to feature. We love this creative little video short and thought we would share it with you. Enjoy!
When we watch a video we love to pay attention to the details… well, we do that with anything. When it comes to a cheeseburger we notice the details – it is in the little things that make a project go from good to spectacular. This video is simple, but the light and shadow and even the ninja smoke has some creative details to it instead of just standard smoke. We hope you liked it as much as we did.
I am a foodie at heart. I love to create and that creativity extends to the kitchen. In need of some gobi manchurian? I can make that for you. Perhaps you’ve got a wicked craving for some sun dried tomato and basil with brie, I can make that for you. But sometimes you just want to pop out and go out on the town for a great burger or sandwich. Unfortunately, Denton is limited in the area of good burgers. That doesn’t mean we don’t have some, we do, but like a woman and shoes – I want a plethora of options.
So have I even tried the burgers yet? No, but read this description:
The Mighty Mo!
Our World Famous CHEESEBURGER GRINDER…1/2 pound of chopped sirloin, with melted american cheese, diced tomatoes, shredded lettuce, banana peppers, red onions, mayo, drizzled with oil and vinegar and sprinkled with salt and pepper.
Doesn’t that sound AWESOME?!?! So I drive down Carroll Avenue in Denton, TX just chomping at the bit hoping this place will open.
This morning we decided to try Royal’s Bagels in Denton, TX. Owner Joey Hawkins transformed his coffee shop, Jupiter House, into a hopping and cool local breakfast joint. This morning we tried the amazing cinnamon rolls and a ham and swill bagel. It was amazing and great food to fuel our robust web design that has been going on around here lately.
We do a number of print projects for clients and we always need mockups and rush orders. We have used a number of local printers but none of them compare to AlphaGraphics here in Denton, TX.
In the business world people always need rush jobs or last minute printing done and AlphaGraphics always makes a big problem seem easy! Another thing that really sets AlphaGraphics apart is their amazing customer service. We can always count on Lynn Chatwin and Trista Lusader to go above and beyond for us. They must do yoga because they are always bending over backwards for us.
If you need brochures, business cards, flyers, or any quality print jobs done, then call AlphaGraphics.
And they have an open house tomorrow! So Drop by and say Hello!
Thursday, March 7th, 5:00 PM-7:00 PM.
521 S. Loop 288, suite 145, Denton (Morse & Loop 288)
You MUST enter the new location from Morse St.