Happy 2018! I have a special announcement. Spoiler alert: It’s in the title of this post.
Okay folks, small blog update before I get into this one.
I started a new job this week.
I’ve transitioned from being a freelance writer on the side, to being an actual, full-time, writer and editor for a well known marketing company. This is awesome.
In lieu of the big changes happening in my life, I thought it was time to take a gander at the Difference Between category on this blog – the one I post in the most frequently.
I started this blog in April of 2013. (Three year anniversary!) My first Difference Between post was in July of 2013, on Russian dressing and Thousand Island dressing. I’ve done a Difference Between post once a week, with few exceptions, for two years and nine months.
And I think it’s time to switch it up.
I have an idea of what I want to take my once-a-week post place, but I’m not sure enough to announce it just yet.
In the meantime! Feel free to continue emailing me with Difference Between post ideas, because I’ll probably pick it up at some point.
Here’s the last Difference Between post for awhile: coffee versus decaf coffee.
Grapes! They’re great for snacking, good for salads, and can be made into jams, jellies, raisins, and wine.
What’s the difference between red grapes and green grapes?
As in turns out, not too much – this will be one of our quicker Difference Betweens.
Other than one being more lumpy than the other, what’s the difference between these two soft cheeses?
- Cappuccino: a hot beverage consisting of espresso coffee and steamed milk, often served with powdered cinnamon and topped with whipped cream.
- Latte: hot espresso with steamed milk, usually topped with foamed milk.
And since they both include espresso…
- Espresso: a strong coffee prepared by forcing live steam under pressure, or boiling water, through ground dark-roast coffee beans.
They’re obviously similar, but what’s the difference between a blender and a food processor?
Let’s find out what exactly we should be using each kitchen appliance for.
I use canned green chiles in my cooking often; jalapenos I usually buy fresh, but I have used jarred and canned as well.
What’s the difference between these two popular peppers?
Did you know there’s a sloppy jane?
Well, now you do. And in about one second, I can tell you the difference between sloppy joes and sloppy janes.
Ground chuck! We can use that in replacement of ground beef, right?
Right, you can.
But let’s find out the difference between them anyway, and take a gander at ground round while we’re at it.
Bleu (or blue) cheese and Gorgonzola – they’re quite similar. Gorgonzola is in fact a type of bleu cheese.
Let’s find out the difference between the two.