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The Art of Making Really Good Coffee

The Art of Making Good Coffee

By: Kristin Marr of Live Simply

There’s also an art and entertainment value in the actual process of making coffee. While the end result—a warm mug of black nectar—may be what we desire, we can also learn to enjoy the art and even science behind making a really good cup of coffee.

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Coffee Styles For Every Season

Coffee Styles For Every Season

By: Aida Mollenkamp of Salt & Wind

The question isn’t whether to coffee break, but how. Some people are tried and true latte lovers while others can’t start their day without a bone dry cappuccino. Me? My coffee changes with the season.

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Global Kitchen Series: 5 Unique Coffee Styles

Global Kitchen Series: 5 Unique Coffee Styles

By: Aida Mollenkamp of Salt & Wind

Aida here from Salt & Wind with the latest installment of Global Kitchen. This time, I’m sharing some of my favorite coffees from around the world. Before we go on, you need to understand just how much I love coffee.

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A Guide to Coffee Grinds

A Guide to Grinding Your Own Coffee

By: Alana Kysar of Fix Feast Flair

It’s amazing what a large impact the coarseness of the grind has on the quality of your brew. In simple terms, the right grind size will maximize extraction. Each method of brewing requires a specific grind size, weight, temperature, and brewing time.

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The KitchenAid® Siphon Coffee Brewer

The KitchenAid® Siphon Coffee Brewer

By: Emily Caruso of Jelly Toast

Siphon brewers have been around since the mid 1800’s. The KitchenAid® Siphon Coffee Brewer has found that balance between amazing theatrics in brewing, incredible flavor, and convenience of use.

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