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What is “standard protocol” for stirring or not stirring iced drinks? Almost every time I order a flavored iced latte or iced Caramel Macchiato, the drink looks like all milk with toppings/espresso floating on top. Then, I have to take it over to the counter to stir it up before I can go on my way. I would love to have a stirred drink, so I could just grab and go! Are baristas supposed to stir? If so, how can I politely ask for this standard to be followed? If not, is it obnoxious for me to request this favor/customization when I order? What would the preferred wording of that order be?

Thanks to the many hard working, cheerful baristas out there!

Hey Lisa, I work in a busy store, most stores with the labor systems we currently employ are busy. I would say that the preferred method would be to stir the cup as you grab it, I am not trying to be a jerk, I know what you are talking about and I take my cup when ordered and shake it a little myself, its very easy. We deal with thousands of customizations already and adding onto that is just one more thing that challenges us in our roles, especially when it is so easy for the customer to stir it. And yes, I tremendously busy. But I there to support them, and I do that without complaint every day, every time.

The customer is not there to help you/make your job easier. They absolutely should be pleasant, reasonably patient, please and thank you, get off the phone, look you in the eye and say hello, etc., but they are not there to help you make the drink. That YOUR job.

Macchiatos, fine, obviously not meant to be stirred, and now that Lisa question has been answered, her expectations have been set.

But an iced latte? YES!
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If standard is to stir, then stir, and don expect the customer to do it for you!

Thanks to all the informative, hard working, dedicated baristas out there. You make people day a bit brighter!

we do not stir any drinks. we swirl heavy sauce drinks and i don know the term used for iced green tea lattes but we kinda “twirl” them when the lid is put on.

order your drinks however you want them! if its not done right just nicely say so and if the barista is a good barista they will have no problem fixing it! and if the person does well then its just their fault and need to get over themselves. busy store or not we have repeatable routine to help us keep the drinks flowing so customizations are NO problem!

the problem is people just don realize or care what they are doing. drinks are not suppose to be stirred, and if made correctly you won have syrup at the bottom of your drink. whenever a barista asks me a drink question we will look up the answer together, usually that can happen on the spot so i give the answer and then before the shift ends i show them where the answer is so they can look up things and learn for themselves. its not that hard, its called recipe cards! (of course this doesn go for caramel macchiatos as macchiato can mean “marked” so we mark the milk with espresso and it sits on top)

At my store we not supposed to stir drinks and no longer have the stirring spoons because a customer complained about how it wasn ecofriendly to have the small sink of running water we kept them in. So without the sink, to stir with the metal spoon requires they be sanitized after each drink (A minimum 2 minute process. Plus drying). If someone request a stirred drink now we have to get a wodden stir stick and just throw it away after. Usually we just give our drinks the “Starbucks Swirl” and swirl the shots and syrup together real good before pouring milk.

Id like to chime in, I have been with Starbucks for some time now. When I first started we swirled, had stainless steel stir stick in a water flowing inlet. I work at one of the biggest tourist towns in America. If I didn have a stir stick that I cleaned every two hrs because of running water, id go crazy.

The items behind the bar, tools, are there to make you job, as a barista easier. I think if we had the same tools customers use it would be incredably hard to personalize every drink. Talk to your managers, learning coach, the Starbucks swirl is a be a big one.

On a personal note I do not agree with the hot shots in the iced cups. Just like water bottles melt with heat so do cups. I was actually was told, when training for managerment, our cups are bio degradable! (Not true if I put a Starbucks cup in my garden it will not become dirt) I always order my iced drink milk second before shots then stirred.

There are other points very valid and I did read all the comments but the point is, yes if you have time in an afternoon when a Starbucks isn so busy ask how it is prepared then ask for samples its that easy it will probably not even take 15 mins but learn how its prepared then choice what you would like. I even given those little tabs for personal cups to customers, so they don have to remember what they get if they are new to ordering. I say to them keep this in your wallet/purse then all you have to do is hand it to the barista and say, this is what is like. It really easy if you have a local store and a favorite morning team they will learn your drink quick and after a while they will match your drink to your face. Good luck and bring on the holiday trio!


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TAMPA The mystery started when the white house turned black.

Starting a year ago, the eight room house on a prominent stretch of Nebraska Avenue sat among brighter bungalows, a lone raven. Black siding, black chimney bricks, black awnings and a new, black roof.

The owner was not a witch, but a 41 year old estate planning attorney named Rose Wilson. She pulled up to give a rare tour of the 75 year old building this week in a black Mercedes with black, tinted windows. She wore an all black suit and black heels that matched her straight black hair.

It’s her favorite color.

“I really need to get a black cat,” she said. Her current cat, Pig, is all white and presents a fur “nightmare” for a person like her.

The Ladies Heights Happy Hour networking group meets across the street at Ella’s Americana Folk Art Cafe. Over drinks, they discussed the house.

“It definitely stands out,” said Ellie Baggett, who organizes the group. “Lots of people around here ask, ‘What the hell is that?’?”

What neighbors can’t tell from the outside is that most of the inside is black too some walls are “pacific sea teal,” a dark green that might as well be black and that Wilson has filled this black void with an array of oddities that are either amusing or chilling.

Wilson led the tour through the kitchen, past a table full of headless or hollow eyed dolls and a chrome dental phantom with its jaw affixed in a permanent scream. She entered the dining room, with a several hundred year old oak dining table and elaborate chairs upholstered in green velvet, across from a bell jar filled with tiny doll furniture.

A favorite piece, a 100 year old wooden wheelchair in the corner, reminds her of one that chases a woman in the 1980 horror movie The Changeling.

Wilson, a lawyer and shareholder in the firm Buchanan Ingersoll Rooney, has spent the last year filling nearly every inch of the place with old medical devices, taxidermy animals, bones, crucifixes and vintage furniture and artwork that feels equally dark.

She doesn’t live in the house, which is zoned for commercial use, but lives in Seminole Heights. She calls the home Margoza’s Galleon. A skeletal pirate sculpture and other details, such as sea shells preserved in resin at the edge of some decaying stairs, add to the vibe of a sunken pirate ship.

Wilson has a mild smile and demeanor, and answers questions with the kind of considered precision you’d expect from someone who navigates complex tax code for high net worth clients. She downplays her own fascination with her creepy items, but obviously enjoys the reactions of others.

“I’m trying to remain a bit of a mystery, though,” she said.

The other lawyers at the firm know her as an excellent attorney, meticulous, pleasant, and reserved. So it took them by surprise when they visited the home for a party Wilson hosted.

“It shed a whole new light on her as a person, and gave me an appreciation for how multifaceted people can be,” said Heather Brock, a partner at the firm. “The way she’ll take a fossilized beetle and pair it with something else and make something beautiful. She’s got a great eye for design.”

Wilson procures some items via the Internet, such as a framed tonsil guillotine, a 19th century surgical device for curing chronic sore throats, in the reading room. Many items she constructs,
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like a box containing a blood splattered, nail impaled voodoo doll on an upstairs coffee table.

The squirrel’s tail suspended in a jar of liquid was found, sans squirrel, in the back yard. A wooden staff with a stoic face that sits near a 200 year old family Bible presided over by a headless angel came from a Tampa botanica.

Upstairs, antique bird cages sit empty inside a window. Sometimes, the berries on the huge mulberry tree outside ferment and drunken birds fly into the windows and die.

“It’s really sad,” Wilson said.

She’s spent several thousand dollars on the collection, she estimates, but “not a crazy amount.” Apparently, you can get rooster feet to hang above an altar pretty cheap on eBay.

Margoza’s Galleon is also the name Wilson does business under when she occasionally sells some of her macabre creations at local weekend markets.

She had long been a fan of horror films such as Alien and Poltergeist, stuff her dad let her watch while growing up in Orlando. By elementary school, she’d taken to wearing black and hanging out with the “nerds.” She wore black lipstick as a teen. She liked the Dark Tower series by Stephen King.

But in high school she set much of that aside. She was focused on academics, and went on to get a master’s in accounting, which led her to tax law. After law school at the University of Florida, her job became all consuming, even on weekends, leaving her little time for hobbies until recently.

The girl with goth leanings found herself a single woman with money, time and a need for a creative outlet.

“Then it was really a Field of Dreams thing. It just got into my head. You must build it.”

Around the same time, she bought the house as an investment. She found oddities online and spent weekends traveling the state to thrift stores and antique shops, painting, crafting and doing renovations.

The house is not open to the public. Wilson has occasionally allowed small, local groups to use Margoza’s Galleon for meetings.
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A group of escaped slaves in Virginia in 1862. Anderson of Big Spring, Tennessee, wrote to his former slave,Jourdan Anderson, and requested that he come back to work on his farm. Jourdan who, since being emancipated, had moved to Ohio, found paid work, and was now supporting his family responded spectacularly by way of the letter seen below (a letter which, according to newspapers at the time, he dictated).

Rather than quote the numerous highlights in this letter, I’ll simply leave you to enjoy it. Anderson, Big Spring, Tennessee

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Leucism is a pigment disorder that’s similar to albinism in that it causes a loss of pigmentation, resulting in beautifully pale individuals like Omo, the leucistic giraffe , and this wonderful Texas rat snake.

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That means leucistic animals retain some of their regular colour, like this ridiculously handsome peacock, and the white lion below, which still has pigment in his eyes and lips:

When it comes to our little bat friend, his leucism has given him mostly white fur and translucent wings, except for the lovely big black splotches that give him a cow print effect:

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When lighting struck it came quite literally as a bolt from the blue. It was a morning of blue sky and one singular cloud. The fire was lit in the front room and I sat by the window on the phone to a friend. We spoke of Gretel’s book, a woman’s story of being struck by lighting. A Match to the Heart she called it. There was no thunder. No warning. Just the explosion as a bolt of lightning struck the house. The phone flew. The electrics went. The air ionized instantly. Over the course of the year, so many strikes, each one an ignition, each one a match to the heart. For better for worse each one sudden, unexpected. It seems this year, I was the woman whom lightning followed. To a surgery that went from difficult to just wrong. To the loss of two cats, long travelling companions of heart and soul. To suddenly finding a light of pure gold where and when least expected. To the night that light arrived yet again at my door not meaning to leave. And then with that light co creating a language seldom spoken. To the offer of a field I can with eyes closed still traverse. To travels through karma and visions of futures waiting to unfold. To a bridge that can not be burnt, only crossed. To a loved one’s fear, the one who fled without leaving. To flight not forewarned making misfortunes befall but leading however to crumbling walls. To a heart that restarts each time like a bolt from the blue. The clearing of old, the welcoming of new. With each strike another match to the heart.

Tonight I light candles in the window to the front. The window by which lighting arrived. I do not light candles to ward off other strikes, nor to cast upon the night prayers, wishes or dreams. Tonight I light candles and begin to say goodbye to the year of 2013. But the woman who wrote those words, and all words before it, eventually found her way forward despite hardship, despite anger,
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despite grief. Since then much has transpired and this life continues on in Wales. How? We come together. And then? We heal one another. And in the healing we find our way home. How? Through love. Love is home and love is at home always waiting for us and willing to receive us with acceptance, with open arms, and with the deepest of recognition. Home takes us in without question without judging who how where why or when. How to find where we belong? How do we recognise home? To find that belonging is a blessing in itself. And once we find it we will know, deep within the very essence of our being, that this is indeed where we belong. It can be that we find our true belonging beyond the family we were born to. Or we may find our true belonging with a person we never imagined in our wildest of dreams even when we were brave enough to allow ourselves the freedom to dream wild dreams. If so, they can be overcome with courage and determination as we discover that in belonging there is both comfort and great freedom offered. And then, there we are finding ourselves finally with the family or the person, the one or ones who are ready to embrace us, accept us, to lift us and support us for who we are and for all we are. With them we find our belonging no matter how odd or unconventional that belonging may seem to the world beyond. With them we build the foundations of our future. Home takes us in. Home nurtures us closely and allows us to fly free at the same time. In finding our way home we find our way to that which will always sustain us love. Always love. Always sustaining. That is what it is about. Love. That is what it always comes to. Love. From beginning to end. Love. I mean, for sure it was me but not the me who is here and now. The woman who wrote these entries is gone. I don’t know when she will be back.

At last posting I was picking up after an intensive meditation course. There were some moments of both questions and brilliance afterwards. But I had also begun to withdraw from a pharmaceutical medication which I now refer to as “the drug from hell”. I was told that if I did not come off it I could die. I was told that coming off it could also be life threatening. Either way I had to come off it. For the next 8 months I damned the useless German doctor in Regensburg who put me on it after the septicaemia in 2001. I damned myself as well as to be so stupid as to blindly trust a doctor.

For the next 8 months I suffered through a nightmare of withdrawal that I can not explain to you unless you have lived in hell. And now, more than 6 months later, I am still living it. I am not who I once was. I am not sure that I like the woman who has emerged. I have yet to make friends with her and I’m not sure I really want to be friends with her yet. She is difficult and sometimes very angry.

I had to learn new words though, like myoclonus. I had to learn that the brain will try to heal. I learnt that if I didn line the edges of my bed with pillows, that for a time, at some point during the night I could end up on the floor. Will this change, eventually yes I believe it will.

I have learnt that if you tell people why you are struggling they tend to avoid you. I have learnt that I can find my self sobbing profoundly without advance notice and not know why. I have learnt that my spine is not being ripped out through my skin, it only feels that way. I have learnt that I can swing between here and hell within the space of a minute.

Will this change? Yes, I believe it will, eventually. It seems so alien and foreign right now. I do know that I need to spend time learning how to live from here on out. As for the rest? I don’t know.

Like staring into a mid December sun I am as feeble as the light it emits. So long gone from here and that was never my intention. Now, whole chunks of my life remain heartbreakingly treacherous so much so that I can not completely recount them for you.

left the blog at a time of an elderly parent’s slide into life threatening critical illness. At the best of times I can barely navigate my own health there was then hers and the nurses the intensive care the doctors the surgeons the surgeries the infections the blood clots the scans the procedures the nursing home the bills and there in the maelstrom was me the only child an ocean away trying to orchestrate some sense into madness while remaining too ill to travel.

After this was all to pass it would have perhaps been wise to declare the remainder of the year a holiday but I have never been that kind to myself. I instead enrolled on a four month long meditation intensive. Sound peaceful? It wasn’t always. When the cocoon begins to unravel you begin to see what is there, or not there. At some point you stand naked in atonement and pray for a redemptive state to be found within of whether or not you feel you have previously touched the face of God. Everything begins again.
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“We were so excited and had so much fun painting the nursery and setting it up,” Dee Dee said. “We didn’t know what we were really going to have to face when he was born. We brought the car seat to the hospital.”

Once the baby was born, things immediately seemed off.

“I heard a faint cry,” remembered Dee Dee.

But she didn’t get to see or hold little Zion for five hours.

“You push, all the pain and then here comes the joy. You get to hold your child, kiss him, doll over him I didn’t get any of that,” she said.

Nurses rushed Zion to the neonatal intensive care unit.

“He had a breathing tube down his throat,” his mother recalled.

Quickly joy turned to fear.

“They didn’t think he was going to live through the night,” she said.

Dee Dee couldn’t process reality.

“It was just heart wrenching and heart breaking all of these things coming at you all at once!” she said.

Baby Zion Moore in the NICU in 2014. Photo courtesy Dee Dee Moore.

Doctors diagnosed Zion with skeletal dysplasia, which restricts bone growth and lung development. He made it through the night and the NICU became home for the next five months.

“We made the most of our good times,” Dee Dee said.

Zion was a fighter. He even had his own Facebook page, Zion’s Saving Grace, to keep family and friends updated and to document his journey.

But his tiny body was deteriorating.

On May 17, 2014, Dee Dee knew they wouldn’t be going home.

“He didn’t look at me and I knew he wasn’t there anymore. It was the worst time of my life,” she said. “The scariest time of my life. You’re not supposed to bury your child.”

She was lost for a long time.

“I remember saying I don’t know what the other side of this is,” she said.

Her faith was fragile and fading.

“I was so angry at God because I was like ‘what did we do wrong?’ We trusted you. We had faith.”

But she found comfort in the song “Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)” by Hillsong United. She first sang it at Zion’s funeral.

“The words of the song are, ‘I will call upon your name. Keep my eyes above the waves when oceans rise,’ but it also talks about the mystery and the unknown and how we have to trust God when don’t feel or see the light at the end of the tunnel,” Dee Dee explained.
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Zier Ramirez, 7, was getting impatient for Baby Cakes Cupcake Diner to open on Pine Avenue. When he was finally able to visit the newly opened shop, he looked into the refrigerator case and immediately selected a cupcake decorated with a mustache.

“He’s been waiting for them to open up,” his grandmother, Tricia DeGroff said as she purchased two cupcakes from the newest bakery in Niagara Falls.

Baby Cakes is the fulfillment of a dream for two young mothers who have been working long hours to restore and open the doors to their new business, located in the former Celenza’s Florist shop at 1412 Pine Ave.

“We redid everything,” said Christina Groce, 29, standing in the midst of her new bakery. Her partner in the project is Tracy Storey, a pastry chef who studied at the Niagara Falls Culinary Institute.

The place has a 1950s soda shoppe feel, and Groce and Storey dress accordingly, although they’ve included some 2015 updates such as pink and purple cotton candy colored hair, tattoos and piercings.

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The cupcakes cost $2.95 each, and flavors will change everyday, Groce said. “Red velvet is huge for us,” she noted. “So is chocolate peanut butter with Swiss merange.”

The bakery will also make banana split cakes, “which are literally like a banana split in a cake.”

Things have been going even better than the women expected. “We opened for the Italian Festival and Sunday night when it was over and I locked the shop, I cried tears of relief and joy,” Groce said. Added Storey, “I am so overwhelmingly happy.”

The pair were welcomed to the neighborhood by the Rev. Stewart Lindsey, asst. pastor at St. Joseph’s Church across the street. “I haven’t tried them yet because I’m on a diet,” he said, laughing. But, he acknowledged mentioning the business to his parishioners during a recent sermon. “I told them, ‘We’ve got a new business across the street so after church, you should get some cupcakes.'”
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