Cascara ‘Tea’: A Tasty Infusion Made From Coffee Waste

… other coffee tasters about it, they pointed to the husks from recently milled coffee. “So immediately I got curious with it,” says Batlle. “And I just picked through it, cleaned it, and then put it in hot water, to see what it was like. Then I called my customers at the time, and I was like, ‘Oh, my God, you have to try this. I’m going to send you a sample.'” The infusion Batlle made from the coffee cherry, or pulp, needed a name. “Pulp was such a yucky …

Coffee Ice Cream Hot Fudge Sundae Pie with a Macaroon Crust | How Sweet It Is

From www.howsweeteats.com | July 3, 2015 I’ve decided that every day should have a cherry on top. Sometimes I wonder if I will ever tire of rainbow sprinkles. Seriously, the giddiness they cause in me is embarrassingly real. Obviously! Is it horrifying to love sprinkles when you’re 63 years old? I’ll probably be there. Because right now? This pie makes me want to blast my purple pocket rocker and make friendship bracelets out of my trust caboodle. But let’s be real: I consume more …

Recipe: Cherry coffee cake

By Noelle Rulseh | June 19, 2015 (Photo: Noelle Rulseh/For Gannett Wisconsin Media) This is a quick coffee cake to put together, and you can change up the flavors by switching out a different fruit pie filling and type of nuts. You may already have everything in your pantry to bake this special treat to enjoy with your coffee. To continue reading this article and to access the recipe, please click on this link: Source: Recipe: cherry

Cake of the Day: Boozy Chocolate Torte from ‘The Messy Baker’

… cake sandwiched with layers of fresh cream and fruit. Photo: Ryan Szulc Boozy Chocolate Torte Talk about versatile: This cake can take almost any chocolate-friendly pairing you throw at it — orange, cherry, raspberry. Don’t like fruit? Try rum and the Boozy Brown Sugar Whipped Cream. Making it for Christmas? Get festive with chopped-up candy canes and crème de menthe. The cocoa gives the chocolate depth, but if you want a subtler …

Roasting coffee at home now easier than ever — Living — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine

… and access to raw coffee beans from far off places like Brazil or Ethiopia. However, thanks to increasing interest and access to green, or “raw” coffee beans, DIY home roasting is growing in popularity — and for good reason. All you really need is a few uncooked beans, a source of heat and a good ear. The uncooked green coffee beans are not actually beans, but rather a seed found at the center of the fruit resembling a cherry, produced by the coffee plant. When roasted properly, the green …