Definition of latte
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Basic: Vanilla latteReinvented: Succotash’s cotton candy cappuccino, with fluffy cotton candy spoon 2601 Holmes St. succotashkc.com Basic: Chicken and waffles Reinvented: Port Fonda’s fried chicken & churros 4141 Pennsylvania Ave.
But even with my newfound resolve and dedication, the occasional latte might still find its way into my life—
The Hepburn obsessives to whom this auction represents a lifetime opportunity are surely nixing gym memberships and lattes and stockpiling cash, while hoping for some luck of their own.
Coffee fans will find a lot to like here, too, with the typical lattes and frozen confections.
Behold: avocado art might just be the new latte art.
To Ellison, plans for a new Starbucks mean more than just being able to grab a latte before commuting across the river.
Which begged the question — what about sugary lattes, which are made with syrups but are mostly milk?
Espresso drinks include macchiatos, cappuccinos and lattes.
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