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Keurig, the manufacturer of a single-serve coffee brewing system, has a very wide following amongst coffee drinkers. Their K-cup (pre-packaged coffee grounds with a coffee filter, all in a plastic container) is an interesting concept and makes brewing a single cup of coffee much more efficient over making a whole pot. Show More Summary
The day started off with me pouring hot water into coffee grounds in my French press, waiting five minutes and pouring it into my mug. Anyone notice a missing step there? I am happy to report the day got better, as the Steelers won, WVU basketball won, and now I am watching Marco Polo on [Read more...]
Don't toss those coffee grounds! Put them to good use, along with your stash of mini hotel bar soaps, with this easy-to-make soap that's a perfect gift for the favorite guy in your life that loves a strong cup o' joe. These soaps are seriously easy to make and exfoliate and deodorize, leaving skin nice and healthy without any froufrou scents. Show More Summary
• Creationists lose a lawsuit seeking to keep evolution out of public schools on the spurious grounds that it’s “religious”. It’s worth noting that they’ve given up on demanding equal time for their own beliefs and are now just seeking to destroy science education. • This painfully appropriate headline says it all: Actual War on [Read More...]
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Sometimes I think they mix lead paint chips in with the coffee grounds at Politico. pic.twitter.com/Ie47KofWAj — Jesse Berney (@jesseberney) November 13, 2014 Possibly related, Marc Ambinder at The Week tells us that “Alien conspiracy theorists think the government is on the verge of spilling big secrets“: For as long as I’ve been reading about [Read more...]
There was a time when all you did to make a cup of coffee was put in the grounds, add the water and press a button. Now, with the advent of 21st century technology laden machines such as the Arist, brewing the drink that gets your day started is looking more and more like a Silicon Valley project. Show More Summary
Still spending $4 for that small-batch, hand-roasted, sustainably ground artisanal coffee from a bearded hipster? An Italian espresso master says McDonald's is better.
Nori is known and loved as a wrap for sushi, but you don’t need a gob of rice to enjoy the mild-flavored, toasted sheets of seaweed. Toasted nori sheets can be ground into powder (a coffee grinder works well for this) and the powder can sprinkled liberally as a seasoning for meat, seafood, vegetables, sauces […]
The Dream Machine's penultimate episode is due out on Friday, November 14, featuring scenery hand-crafted from moss, coffee grounds and... are those broccoli trees? Finally, we can pretend to be vegetarian giants during our adult lives. The Dream...
Earlier this week, The Inquisitr reported on how James David Manning, a prominent pastor in Harlem of New York City, claimed that Starbucks would be “ground zero” for Ebola. His reasoning is because Starbucks is a staunch supporter of...Show More Summary
Earlier this week we reported on the activists who served Starbucks outside Pastor James David Manning's Harlem hate church ATLAH after Manning claimed that the coffee company is "ground zero" for Ebola because "upscale sodomites" frequent the joint. Manning has...
The previous month of October has been quite eclectic for Starbucks. The popular coffee house chain experienced a spike in sales thanks to the return of its Halloween promotion, Pumpkin Spice Latte. Even though reports showed that certain...Show More Summary
Time to Grind 0:42 Coffee seems different these days. Bolder and more famous. Is he really all he’s ground up to be, or is that sweet handlebar mustache a fake? Submitted by: BrandedEntertainment Sponsored Keywords: dennys breakfast break coffee bold bold coffee time to grind grind beans coffee beans morning denny's denny Views: 288
Matcha green latte: Is matcha the new black coffee? It's certainly a contender at City Newsstand's City News Cafe in Portage Park. Matcha, a finely ground, high-quality green tea used in Japanese tea ceremonies, is made of specially prepared, shade-grown leaves. City News Cafe's version uses...
Humans love coffee so much that a handful of countries observe a whole day, September 29, in its honor. Every year around... The post 10 Amazing Ways to Use Coffee Grounds You Didn’t Know About appeared first on Lifehack.
Under the Shadow of the Drone Leah McInnis The silver bird circles in the sky, its lawnmower rasp mingling with the loud birdsong audible on the ground, and the cries of children. Two men drink coffee on a balcony: steam rises from their glasses in the sharp morning light. Show More Summary
The Floating Mug is possibly the coolest mug ever since it appears to defy gravity. Thanks to some clever engineering the mug appears to float in mid-air even though it is firmly grounded at all times. The mug is attached to the base only by the handle, which is the device that give the mug its anti-gravity appearance.