There is still coffee flowing, just in a different place After nearly two decades in LoDo, Common Grounds Coffeehouse called it quits on its 17th and Wazee location, BusinessDen reported. December 30 was the last day for the operation owned by Mary and Lisa Rogers. Show More Summary
Counting down the top soccer stories in 2016 - Zidane hits the ground running, video technology become a reality, Higuain goes from Napoli hero to villain, Ronaldo's fantastic year, Sam Allardyce stops by or a coffee, taxing problems in Spain.
If you’ve been drinking coffee for decades, you might still think of big bags of coffee beans shipped from exotic locales and then ground, split into smaller bags and shipped to your local store. Or, heck, you might not think about it...Show More Summary
Do you love the smooth and sweet flavor of cold brew coffee? Grab this 2-in-1 pour over cold brew tumbler from Dripo. Simply add grounds and a filter, add ice and pour in cold in, and 2 hours later you’ve got the perfect iced coffee, ready to drink on the go.
It seems as if everyday brings new Internet challenge trend, but this beauty blogger’s #FaceFullOfFoodChallenge is extremely bizarre… and intriguing. We’ve heard of using mayonnaise as hair moisturizer and coffee grounds as an exfoliating scrub, but beauty blogger Raychel Newton is taking edible beauty to an entirely new level. Show More Summary
An old Minnesota trick to take your brew to the next level I remember watching my grandmother make us egg coffee when we’d visit her summertime cabin home on the orange-tinged shores of Lake Esquagama, Minnesota. She’d crack an egg into a small bowl and beat it until thoroughly blended, then mix the egg into dry coffee grounds (we were a Hills Bros. Show More Summary
iStock/Probuxtor With a few simple upcycling projects, you can take those old coffee grounds and expired coffee beans and turn them into some pretty useful DIY products. Coffee is like the peanut butter to my jelly, the milk to my cookies, the Kim to my Kanye. Show More Summary
Composed of over 1,800 chemical components, coffee is one of the most widely-consumed drinks in the world. The seeds (coffee beans) from the plant of the same name are roasted and ground, allowing a flow of hot water to extract their soluble content. Show More Summary
Might building furniture and lights out of rose petals and coffee grounds point to more sustainable modes of living, as seen in Beirut Design Week?
(Image credit: Anna Hoychuk/Shutterstock) From Kitchn ? 5 Ways You Can Use Leftover Coffee Grounds Around the Home READ MORE »
Coffee is so much more than a morning pick-me-up. Beauty insiders know that the grounds can be used for everything from crafting a DIY soap to exfoliating away rough skin, but despite its versatility, there's one treatment they shouldn't be used for: hair coloring. Show More Summary
A hand-powered coffee maker that does the best to replicate the pressure and brew quality of professional coffee machines. Simply place your ground coffee and hot water inside, pump, then take it with you since it doubles as an insulated travel cup. Demo at 1:46.
It’s easy to see why Cuisinart’s DBM-8 electric burr coffee grinder is Amazon’s top seller in the category. It’s affordable, it’s dead simple to use, it includes 18 coarseness settings, and it looks great. Today’s $39 price tag is roughly $5-$10 less than usual, so perk up, and lock in your order before it sells out. Read more...
The first Cuban coffee sold here in 62 years breaks new grounds
An average bar throws away up to eight bags of organic waste a night. London bartenders Iain Griffiths and Kelsey Ramage want to change this by reusing cocktail ingredients normally thrown in the bin.
Can you make clean water with garbage? That, in part, is the idea behind Enactus, a nonprofit based in Germany that has designed a water filtration system for communities in emerging nations. The organization’s Waterfilter is essentially a cistern created from clay mixed with relatively firm organic materials like coffee grounds [...]
It’s funny how little things that bring us joy can be obtained at completely different price points. If you love coffee, you can buy grounds at a local supermarket in a 2 pound bag for less than $10 and be good to go for weeks, or you can spend $15 a day getting your fix at Starbucks. Obviously we would prefer to make our own brew at home, but variances...
Scientists already know that powder made from spent coffee grounds can be used to rid water of harmful heavy metal ions … that's all well and good, but the powder then needs to be filtered out of the water. A group of Italian scientists...Show More Summary
Back in 2014, I knew that I had to, so I finally listened to Throbbing Gristle's 20 Jazz Funk Greats while alone in my old studio apartment. I sat on the ground at the computer, which was on top of a coffee table at the end of my bed, with my elbows on the coffee table and my head in my hands.