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Coffee_art_30.jpg (500×401) How to make a good coffee? How to make a good coffee? Hibiscus Half & half Sunrise Heart. National Coffee Day - 10 Coffee Facts and FREE COFFEE. Medium Coffee. Top 10 Unique Coffee Mugs. 15 Things You Should Know about Caffeine. Espresso Solo - Concrete Espresso Machine for Lavazza by Shmuel Linski. Cement Your Love For Coffee Concrete, ideal for building homes and roads but is it good enuf for a coffee machine?

Espresso Solo - Concrete Espresso Machine for Lavazza by Shmuel Linski

Tough question to answer, but apparently we can take Shmuel Linski’s help on this coz he’s designed one. The rugged appeal and the delectable cracks in its form; Espresso Solo looks smoking hot in this cemented avatar! Shmuel has kept the project simple, the machine makes only espresso: short and long. 276591.jpg (640×800) Coffee drinks illustrated - Lokesh Dhakar. I’m new to the world of fancy coffee drinks.

Coffee drinks illustrated - Lokesh Dhakar

With the vast number of ordering options and new words with accented characters to pronounce the coffee shop ordering experience can be intimidating. I’ve created a few small illustrations to help myself and others wrap their head around some of the small differences. Sneaky Octopus Mug. Homemade Coffee Creamer. My friends tell me the one thing they can’t give up is their flavored coffee creamer.

Homemade Coffee Creamer

I can understand. Creamy, sweet, smooth, with all sorts of different flavors to choose from. The problem is the ingredients. Have you ever read what’s in those bottles? They are full of artificial colors, flavors, preservatives, refined sugars, high fructose corn syrup, and hydrogenated oils. Nutella Blended Coffee Drink. Drunken Coffee Jello Squares.

OK, kids: This is coffee.

Drunken Coffee Jello Squares

In solid form. It’s been sweetened with condensed milk and booze-ified with a healthy dose of Kahlua—then rubberized into a blissful, cocktail-hour finger food thanks to the magic of gelatin. (If you know me, you know how much I love coffee, so you can imagine how excited I was when I came across the recipe.) Now, you have to like Jello, or Jello-like food, for this to work. If you do, you’re in for a treat. Huge thanks to The Food Librarian for sharing their deliciousness. (If you haven’t checked out the Food Librarian’s blog, you should. So, years ago, I had several meals that ended with Classic American Jello Mold Torture. Cool Finds: Lovely Mugs For Know It Owls. Owls, tea, coffee, mugs & all things woodland themed. Trendy, fabulous, addictive. Yes? 5 Easy Iced Coffee Recipes. 12 Easy ways to prepare Yummy Coffee. Espresso Chocolate Mousse. Last night, it rained.

Espresso Chocolate Mousse

It sounded like magic and love and dreaming and soup and kittens. I put on my fluffiest sweatshirt and cuddled up in bed and watched super classy shows like Jersey Shore and Teen Mom 2. Keepin’ things elegant, you know. I was joyous; absolutely blissful. Until, without any warning, some scary evil malicious malevolent forceful force came over me and I was craving chocolate frosting something fierce. No amount of Gossip Girl was going to help me and I knew it, so I gave in. It’s like eating chocolate clouds off a spoon. Espresso Chocolate Mousse 4 ounces bittersweet or semisweet chocolate, cut into pieces 2 tablespoons unsalted butter 1/2 teaspoon instant espresso powder 2 large eggs, seperated 1/8 teaspoon cream of tartar 3 tablespoons superfine sugar, divided 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract 1/2 cup heavy whipping cream Set a medium sized bowl in the freezer- you will use this later to whip the cream. Gift Ideas - Magazine for Beautiful Women.

Here are 24 great ideas of coffee mugs design you will definitely like.

Gift Ideas - Magazine for Beautiful Women

These will make unique birthday presents for your loved ones this year. Some of them can be really good gift ideas, while others look just so great that you will want to have them for yourself. Enjoy and choose the one you like most! D’Espresso - New York. The new D’Espresso on Madison Avenue (at 42nd) in New York has received more media attention than is generally awarded to a tiny coffee shop in this world of millions of new coffee shops.

The reason for the attention is the fun design by the Manhattan-based nemaworkshop, a team of designers and architects that has created numerous cool retail and hospitality concepts. Founder Anurag Nema took the idea of a coffee shop that looks like a library – giving a nod to the nearby New York Public Library’s Bryant park branch – and turned it on its side. The walls are not lined with books but the floors and ceiling are. Except that it is all an illusion, a life-size image of books printed on custom tiles. Pendant lighting does not hang from the ceiling; it sticks out from the walls. The tiny coffee bar of 420 square feet (39 square meters) is the second for owner Eugene Kagansky (the first one is on the Lower East Side) who plans to create an entire empire of coffee shops.

Coffeei.jpg (JPEG Image, 703 × 772 pixels) - Scaled (78%) 17 Things You Didn't Know About Your Morning Coffee.