Throughout this series of posts, we’ve talked a lot about what makes a good cup of coffee. We’ve provided you with lots of good information.
In this article, we’re going to look at some of the better known varieties and their characteristics.
Recently, we reviewed some of the most well known, popular red wines. Now it’s time to look at the whites.
Sparkling wines can be just as much fun in summer as they are on New Year’s Eve or other special occasions. And you don’t need a special occasion to have a bit of the bubblie.
Gone is the trusty bubbling coffee maker many grew up with. Today even the device that replaced that, the drip coffee maker, is turning up on fewer and fewer kitchen counters.
Keep your wine in the best possible quality.
There’s boiling, gravity filtration and pressurized. And then there’s another classic brewing method.
My first exposure to coffee besides the always-on percolator in my family’s kitchen was the amazing coffee my father produced when we were on camping trips.
The ground coffee can be prepared in two ways: brewing and espressing.
The most delicate part of processing is the roasting. This is more of an art than a science and requires a skilled human operator who gauges the smell and color of the roasted beans.