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Cooking with Coffee – Classic Recipes

Cooking with Coffee – Classic Recipes

As coffee roasters around the country are discovering new ways to bring out the different flavors in coffee, chefs are starting to get serious about cooking with coffee as an ingredient. They started with the obvious suspects – desserts. We’re used to sweetened coffee, so coffee ice cream and mocha brownies aren’t too startling. From there, they branched out into meats, and coffee-rubbed ribs, steaks and chops started cropping up on steakhouse menus. But as … Read entire article »

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Cooking with Coffee: Garlic Lamb with Coffee Gravy

Cooking with Coffee: Garlic Lamb with Coffee Gravy

Lamb isn’t to everyone’s taste. In fact, in this family, I don’t make it often because I’m the only one who actually likes lamb. At least, I WAS the only one in the family who actually likes lamb, until I made this garlic-infused lamb with coffee gravy. It was absolutely incredible – tender and savory with a rich, dark gravy. I served it with individual Yorkshire puddings, buttered parsley carrots and a crispy-crusted potato and … Read entire article »

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Cool Coffee Recipe: Coffee Slurpie

Cool Coffee Recipe: Coffee Slurpie

There’s nothing better on a hot day than cool coffee, and this is about as cool as coffee gets. All you need to make this refreshing coffee Slurpie recipe is a blender, coffee ice cubes, milk and sugar to taste, plus a squirt of whipped cream and a drizzle of coffee syrup to finish it all off. Once you see how easy it is to make a coffee Slurpie at home — and how much better … Read entire article »

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Coffee Dessert Recipe: Cappuccino Pots de Creme

Coffee Dessert Recipe: Cappuccino Pots de Creme

I’ve always been a sucker for a great coffee dessert recipe, but most of them call for brewed coffee, or worse, instant coffee. I prefer working with real ground coffee as an ingredient in a coffee dessert recipe, preferably freshly roasted and chosen specifically for the way its coffee profile fits the other ingredients. In general, I find most coffee desserts to be too sweet, almost to the point of cloying, with just a hint … Read entire article »

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Banana-Rama Coffee Milkshake Recipe : Eight O’Clock

Banana-Rama Coffee Milkshake Recipe : Eight O’Clock

Cool off this summer with this sinfully creamy coffee milkshake recipe created especially to celebrate National Milkshake Day on July 26. Love coffee? Love milkshakes? Then you’re going to love this banana-enhanced coffee milkshake recipe created by Eight O’Clock Coffee for coffee lovers everywhere. Disclaimer: Eight O’Clock is a favorite around here — one of the few supermarket brands we buy and make regularly. We did not receive anything from Eight O’Clock Coffee for posting this … Read entire article »

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Egg-Free Coffee Ice Cream Recipe

Egg-Free Coffee Ice Cream Recipe

Most coffee ice cream recipes call for egg yolks to make a custard base. This egg-free coffee ice cream recipe uses a delicious and unusual technique created by Jeni Britton, who serves up some of the best ice cream and frozen yogurt recipes in her Columbus, Ohio shops. We based the egg-free coffee ice cream recipe on her vanilla ice cream recipe published in the June 2008 issue of Food and Wine. Britton uses cornstarch … Read entire article »

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Iced Coffee Recipe: Iced Cappuccino Saigon

Iced Coffee Recipe: Iced Cappuccino Saigon

With temps expected to be in the high 90s again today, hot coffee just doesn’t seem to appeal — but iced coffee is a necessity! Around here, we started icing the coffee in mid-May when the heat index started hitting the high 80s, and we’ve been drinking it that way ever since.We’re among the Philistines who happen to like cream in our iced coffee, but has never thought of icing cappuccino before. We also love … Read entire article »

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Recipe: Coffee Napoleons with Espresso Pastry Cream

Recipe: Coffee Napoleons with Espresso Pastry Cream

Coffee Napoleons with Espresso Pastry Cream By Deb Powers Published: May 18, 2012 I’m still playing with coffee recipes for a culinary coffee cookbook and this one is my latest attempt. It’s not perfect, but my taste testers tell me that this coffee pastry was “the bomb”.   This coffee dessert is a simple one — light and airy, but surprisingly filling. It consists of a coffee meringue wafer topped with a spoonful of espresso pastry cream and finished … Read entire article »

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Coffee Yogurt Recipe – Tasty and Tangy

Coffee Yogurt Recipe – Tasty and Tangy

Coffee and yogurt — two of my favorite foods! Coffee yogurt and coffee frozen yogurt are among my favorite treats, but I’d never tried making coffee yogurt from scratch. When I went looking for a recipe, the only ones I could find called for using instant coffee or espresso powder. Since I don’t drink instant, I decided to try something a little different. I’ve used this method to infuse coffee flavor into milk for cappuccino … Read entire article »

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Coffee Recipe: Coffee Meringues

Coffee Recipe: Coffee Meringues

Heavenly Bites Espresso Meringues Coffee Recipe by Deb Powers Meringues were one of the first cookies my mother taught me to cook, and they’ve always been a favorite of mine. She used to bake up batches of this delicate and delicious coffee recipe to send along to camp with me. Most of the home-baked goods that arrived with us campers got shared out with all the kids. My mother’s coffee meringue kisses always ended up disappearing into … Read entire article »

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