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5 Culinary Uses for Half-and-Half Other than in Coffee

5 Culinary Uses for Half-and-Half Other than in Coffee

Posted by Stephen Berke on Sep 24th 2020

You can try these out at home if you have an extra pile. Half-and-half is one versatile ingredient. It’s a shame we only use it for coffee (err, well, most of the time), but do you know all the other ways to use half-and-half? You may be using it every morning in your coffee, but half-and-half is a handy substitute for milk when you bake, or when you run out of crea …
Coffee Secrets Unlocked: The Best Iced Coffee Ever

Coffee Secrets Unlocked: The Best Iced Coffee Ever

Posted by Stephen Berke on Sep 24th 2020

The secret to making perfect iced coffee every time is finally revealed. Good day, Chris here. Our favorite—but not-so-great-way—to drink iced coffee is to dump ice cubes on a cup of Joe that we prepared hot. To be honest, it was lazy and kind of cheating – a fact further emphasized when we realize how bland, flavorless, and dull the result is. And as temperatures s …
How to Make a Classic Coffee Cake

How to Make a Classic Coffee Cake

Posted by Stephen Berke on Sep 10th 2020

EMAIL AUTOMATION – Coffee Cake [06.13.2017] How to Make a Classic Coffee Cake Peanut butter and jelly got some good competition. We love classic combos—bread and butter, cheese and crackers, peanut butter and jelly—the list goes on and on! But a new pairing enters the arena and is now ready to take home the crown: a cup of our flavorful Christopher Bean C …
The Truth about Acid in Coffee

The Truth about Acid in Coffee

Posted by Stephen Berke on Sep 10th 2020

What’s the real deal on coffee acidity?Ever heard of a non-coffee drinker saying they would drink coffee but for the “bitter” taste? In certain professional circles, coffee also takes a lot of heat for being branded as an “acidic” drink, bringing about stomach maladies for those with gastrointestinal problems.TRUTH BE TOLD: facts explicitly suggest that coffee—having a pH ratin …

See Ya Later Bitter Coffee --5 Reasons Why Your Coffee Taste Bad

Posted by Christopher Bean on Aug 26th 2020

Bye Bye Bitter Coffee: 5 Things to Check When Your Coffee is BadHey Gang, Christopher here. Most people chalk up bad, bitter coffee to poor preparation. They might think they used too fine a grind. Or that they used too much. Or maybe they brewed too long. While coffee prep plays some role in how your coffee will taste like, bad coffee begins even before you start brewing. Hec …
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