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Buy This: Three things you need for that beach or mountain rental French press coffee, the perfect pour over or cold brew concentrate. There's no electricity required, no filters, no pods – just a source of hot water (or room temperature water for the cold brew). You've got the coffee maker, now what about [...]
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Aresco's Superette in Meriden to reopen in less than two weeks Until then, the shelves are being stocked and new machines — including hot chocolate, ICEE and coffee makers — are being installed. Hassan said he hopes to see the store's old customers return for the market's well-known meats, and attract a younger [...]
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10 easy steps to make over your kitchen — $50000 not required Chip and Joanna love a good coffee bar, and you can have one too. Find a pretty jar to hold tea, hot chocolate and sugar packets, and set it next to your coffee maker. If you have the space, add an electric kettle. Voila! You've got a brighter, fresher [...]
TIDBITS: Coffee to the rescue In my house, in the place where a pot of Folger's occupied counter space for decades, a single-cup Keurig machine now offers a big selection. Coffee and tea of all flavors are readily available, as are hot chocolate, espresso and others. However [...]
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Joe Tennihill, Alan Coy and Rod Couts, pictured from left, enjoy some hot java Tuesday morning in the “coffee shop” Couts has set up near the front of his business, Accent Advertising & Signs on the courthouse square in downtown Maryville. Joe Tennihill, Alan Coy and Rod Couts, pictured from left, enjoy some hot java Tuesday morning in the “coffee shop” Couts has set up near the front of his business, Accent Advertising & Signs on the courthouse square in downtown Maryville.
Perhaps I shouldn't admit this, but three words run through my head whenever I make cold-brew coffee: What. To put it bluntly, cold brew is a bean hog, demanding twice the amount of grounds (and often more) than your typical batch of hot-brewed coffee. I can't help but cringe after committing an entire 12-ounce bag of freshly roasted, single-origin beans to a drink that deprives me of at least two fundamental coffee pleasures: a warming heat and a small wave of bitterness for balance. Which brings me to the second moment those three words pop up: when I'm dumping the bucket of spent grounds into the trash and taking my first sip of diluted cold brew. ) Without warmth and a bitter backbone, cold brew frequently has all the pleasure of drinking room-temperature beer without hops.
Top Picks SummaryWhether you're planning a camping, glamping, backpacking, or hiking trip, you need a coffee maker that is suited to your location and available materials. With the travel-friendly options below, you can still enjoy the comforts of home, with very little time or effort.What is a camping coffee maker?Coffee pots are available in all shapes and sizes, with some being particularly well-suited for camp sites and RVs. Camping coffee makers are typically a bit slower than...
Cynthia McCormick @Cmccormickcct WEST BARNSTABLE — Visitors to the classroom of Cape Cod Community College professor Fredrick Bsharah got a treat Monday when a two-armed robot nicknamed “Jarvis Baxter” served them coffee and hot chocolate.The demonstration was the final exam project for students in Fredrick Bsharah’s engineering and robotics class, and it was designed to give them a taste of what they might find on manufacturing and assembly line floors.“The world is...
Whether you are stumped as to what to get your friend who is coffee obsessed, or just skimming through this article for yourself (because you know you’re coffee obsessed), you’ll rarely regret spending money on coffee.Why take the easy coffee gift card route when you can get your loved ones (or yourself) a gift that is much more fun and unique this holiday season? Following is a list of gift ideas perfect for the coffee lover in your life.K-Cup carousel holderThis K-Cup holder is an essential...
I’ll admit I often feel like a snob whenever I brew my own coffee in the office. When I whip out my bag of organic Peruvian coffee ground from my local food co-op, I can feel my turtleneck inching up around my neck and my nose tilting ever-so-slightly higher into the air. But hey, it’s not my fault! The coffee in the office is so bad it’s almost undrinkable! I can't stand the burnt-bean water from a machine that also serves powdered hot chocolate ... and I know I'm not...