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Coffee Talk

Good read here. Mapping the World’s Most Seductive Shrines to Coffee Claire Cottrell | Oct 4, 2012

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Happy Birthday, Julia

Happy 100th. An inspiration for so many generations, and still counting. “The only time to eat diet food is while you’re waiting for the steak to cook.” “The best way to execute French cooking is to get good and loaded … Continue reading

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Sack Lunch Dessert Time

A couple of quick ones suitable for the office break room counter, lunch box, or gathering of any kind. Cappucino Crinkles (makes about 32 cookies) Ingredients ⅓ cup butter 1 cup brown sugar ⅔ cup cocoa powder (unsweetened) 2 Tbs … Continue reading

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Confederate Coffee

Ran into this in the doc’s waiting room the other day:How a coffee shortage killed the confederacy, in Mental Floss. Turns out it wasn’t the substantially larger population, industrial infrastructure, or transportation assets, but coffee that determined the outcome of … Continue reading

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Coffee Talk

I love coffee… just love it… from the ritual aspect of grinding the beans to the smell of the kitchen when it’s brewing to the smoky combination of flavors when it’s finally in my cup. So one would think this … Continue reading

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