Cooking with Coffee: Brewing Up Sweet and Savory Everyday Dishes
Publish Date: 2015-11-03
Author: Brandi Evans
Coffee Is More Than Just a Necessary Morning Beverage or Afternoon Pick-Me-Up!
Coffee. Joe. Java. Liquid gold. Whatever you call it, coffee is one of the most popular beverages not only in the country, but all around the world. Coffee has been shown to have great health benefits, but many people only use it in its most common form: brewed as a hot drink.
But coffee is so much more than that! Thanks to varying origins of beans and differences in the roasting process, coffee offers a wide range of flavors and undertones, which means theres a coffee bean you can use in just about anything. From new coffee drinks to chocolate cupcakes and spicy tacos, coffee adds a depth of flavor to every dish.
In Cooking with Coffee, popular Internet blogger Brandi Evans discusses the history of coffee, different brewing options, and ways to make the best coffee in your own home. She then provides more than sixty recipes featuring brewed coffee, ground coffee beans, or instant espresso so youll never run out of reasons to have coffee in your pantry. Recipes include:
Orange mocha pudding cups Multigrain waffles with vanilla maple glaze Coffee caramel sauce Coffee-braised ribs Spiced roasted nuts And more!
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