Coffee Strategy

by Edward Ard
(Pittsfield, Massachusetts)

Glass and Steel

Glass and Steel

With this photo,I wanted to capture an image that demonstrated the sophisticated nature of the coffee connoisseur.

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Midmorning Mocha & Biscotti

by Edward Ard
(Pittsfield, Massachusetts)


This is a picture I took recently of my mug of mocha on a cutting board that I made, with a few biscotti on the side. It made a great midmorning snack!

Editor's Note: I love it! It's a biscotti cutting board! Great job!

BTW: Go check out Ed's web site. You'll see where this photo came from, and learn a lot about biscotti.

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Coffee and Cinnamon

by Nick (The Coffee Detective)
(Montreal, Quebec)

Coffee Beans & Cinnamon

Coffee Beans & Cinnamon

I took this photo to accompany an article on the subject of flavored coffees. It's an outdoor shot, taken in the garden with the sunlight filtered through some trees.

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Crema anyone?

by Shadow745
(North Carolina)


Modified KitchenAid Pro Line, pullin' big shots.

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After Lunch Espresso

by Nick (The Coffee Detective)
(Montreal, Quebec)

Espresso on wood

Espresso on wood

Grabbed a quick photo of my after-lunch espresso. I know, there isn't much crema on top...but I have a very old and not terrible good espresso machine. But it still tastes great!

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One Dollar Coffee Maker

by Nick (The Coffee Detective)
(Montreal, Quebec)

Less than a dollar for all the parts.

Less than a dollar for all the parts.

Yes, I made a mug of coffee with this. My "coffee maker" comprises four stir sticks, one sheet of paper kitchen towel and four paper clips.

Did it make a good cup of coffee? Sure it did. I even got to stir the grinds and hot water a little with a fifth stir stick.

Am I serious about making coffee this way?

Not really. But I do think it's worth making the point that you don't need to spend more than ten dollars or so in order to make great coffee. A simple French press will do the job just fine.

When you spend more than ten or twenty dollars, you're not buying a way to make better coffee, you are simply buying a more convenient way.

Coffee is wonderful like that. Just a simple bean, roasted and ground. No additives or processing required. Crush the bean, add hot water, filter the grinds...and you're done.

BTW – feel free to construct your own one dollar coffee maker, take a photo and upload it here.

The more the merrier.

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6:00AM Latte

by Nick (The Coffee Detective)
(Montreal, Quebec)

Poor Man's Latte at 6:00AM

Poor Man's Latte at 6:00AM

Each morning I put the dogs out into the garden at 6:00AM and brewer up some espresso on the stove with my trusty (and inexpensive) Bialetti espresso maker. Then I heat up some milk in a saucepan and I'm done - a delicious, albeit not very sophisticated Latte.

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