Posts Tagged ‘coffee’

Brew Your Own!





Cold Brew Coffee has been all the rage for a while now, and there are several places around town where you can get an ice-cold jolt of joe. But with summer almost here, why not get in the habit of brewing your own? It’s super simple, and totally delicious, and a vat of the stuff will keep in your fridge for a couple of weeks at least, ready to be served as is, or with ice and cream and sugar, or even heated up as your morning hit. Continue »

Breakfast in Bed

Tomorrow is Valentine’s Day and here’s a way to make it special; get up early and fix your significant other some breakfast in bed. Unfortunately it isn’t the weekend so you may not have time for a long, leisurely NY Times crossword puzzle kind of breakfast but that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy the luxury of gourmet coffee, sexy eggs and a cozy duvet. Continue »

Kitchen Classics – Percolated Coffee

There are some things no amount of technology can improve upon. We’ve been thinking about that a lot lately as we’ve finished shooting video of grandmothers cooking with their families for Apron Strings. We’re editing those videos now and we’ll share them with you this Mother’s Day, May 8th. Until then, what are some kitchen classics for you? You know, the kind of thing that falls into the “they just don’t make ’em like they used to” category. Here we’ll present a few of our favourites, what are some of yours?

Before the Bodum boom, before Joltin’ Joe was hawking Mister Coffee, before Melita dripped her way into your dorm, there was the trusty percolator. Continue »