Here’s a recipe for an interesting coffee drink that I came across the other day (source). Start with a double shot of espresso, add that same amount of hot water. Add the same amount of cold milk. Now, use the steam from your espresso machine to heat it up to the proper drinking temperature (the […]

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Dunkin Donuts has published some really, really creative recipes using coffee as a key ingredient! They’re all summed up in this press release; I’m splitting them up into separate posts here at Coffeeopolis to make it easier to navigate through them. They’re not simple recipes, but they sound great! Mocha Trifle This trifle combines melted […]

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Dunkin Donuts has published some really, really creative recipes using coffee as a key ingredient! They’re all summed up in this press release; I’m splitting them up into separate posts here at Coffeeopolis to make it easier to navigate through them. They’re not simple recipes, but they sound great! Espresso Spiked BBQ Braised Short Ribs […]

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Chances are, you’ve had some flavored Torani syrup before – it’s the bottles of flavor additives you’ll find in probably any espresso shop, and is used for mint mochas, vanilla lattes, etc. Well, over on their website, they have a neat collection of recipes that, not surprisingly, use their flavorings. It’s not just coffee recipes, […]

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From “The Zuni Cafe Cookbook,” by Judy Rodgers (W. W. Norton & Co., 2002). INGREDIENTS: 1 cup sugar, or to taste 2 cups espresso, at room temperature 3 tablespoons water About 1/2 cup cold heavy cream About 2 teaspoons sugar INSTRUCTIONS: Dissolve all but 2 tablespoons of the sugar in the espresso. Taste. It should […]

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