Caffeinated Desserts

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Caffeinated Desserts Since the invention of caffé mocha, coffee has been a celebrated flavor in all kinds of desserts. Favorites include flavored mousse, like this Dark Chocolate Mocha Avocado Mousse, cake—such as Mocha Biscuit Cake, and Frozen Mocha-on-a-Stick. Coffee is one of desserts’ most hard-working ingredients!

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Leftover Coffee Ideas

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Leftover Coffee Ideas Depending on your brewing method of choice, it’s not uncommon to find yourself with leftover coffee. But given coffee’s unique chemical properties, there’s no need to waste your “old” coffee—and there are no shortage of convenient options to repurpose it.

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How to Make a White Chocolate Latté

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How to Make a White Chocolate Latté Of the many delicious hot (or iced) beverages baristas are crafting, one of most popular is the White Chocolate Latté.

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Trend Alert: Five Coffee Gadgets for Keeping Your Coffee Hot on The Go

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Trend Alert: Five Coffee Gadgets for Keeping Your Coffee Hot on The Go Very often, coffee is consumed while on the move. In 2015, restaurant review leader Zagat reported that nearly half of all consumers purchase their coffee outside the home—in large chains, small chains or independent coffee shops. Solutions to keep your coffee abound!

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Why Diner Culture Is Hotter Than Ever

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Why Diner Culture Is Hotter Than Ever According to the BBC, the diner is “the ultimate symbol of America.” With its up-all-night waffles and cherry pie, America’s diet seemed to fit the self-conscious, art-deco restaurant with the chrome trim perfectly. The peak of this iconic locale was that mainstay decade of mom-and-pop glory—the 1950s—when everyone from kids to teens to adults seemed to live on burgers, fries and shakes.

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Trend Alert—Brewchata

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Trend Alert—Brewchata Perhaps the most delicious beverage south of the border is a complicated concoction called horchata (alternately spelled orxata). Morro horchata—the variation of the drink most commonly consumed in the U.S., is made with water, rice “milk,” vanilla, almonds, cinnamon and sugar—and is the latest and greatest ingredient to enhance cold brew coffee. The powerful new coffee drink with a Mexican twist has a portmanteau name—Brewchata.

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World History of Coffee

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World History of Coffee Coffee was discovered and first harvested in Ethiopia sometime during the eleventh century. It was soon established as an important trading commodity and quickly spread across the Arabian Peninsula, eventually arriving in Yemen, whose geography offered the ideal climate and soil conditions for the cultivation of bountiful coffee harvests, in the fourteenth century. For its first hundred years it remained within an initial trade circuit of the general region of the Red Sea, but by the sixteenth century it had reached the Islamic nations—reports say it landed in Mecca in 1511—and once there, spread even more rapidly.

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Common Coffee Myths—Busted

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Common Coffee Myths—Busted

Myth #1: Coffee Dehydrates You

Everyone knows that coffee contains caffeine (unless it’s decaffeinated, of course), and it’s also common knowledge that caffeine is a diuretic—a substance that encourages urination and thus lowers the amount of fluid (mostly water) in your body. So, coffee is dehydrating, right?

Actually, no—not according to scientific research. A 2003 study concluded that consuming moderate amounts of coffee or tea (as part of a “normal lifestyle”) does not lead to any significant fluid imbalance, because most regular drinkers of caffeinated beverages develop “a profound tolerance” to the diuretic effects of the drug. Moreover, coffee and tea are mostly water, so drinkers are likely replacing most of the fluids they may lose.

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How Coffee Helps Your Relationship

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How Coffee Helps Your Relationship

The benefits of coffee are numerous, well-documented and supported by research. Coffee may be the most ubiquitous beverage in America, and it’s not just because it tastes amazing and it provides a valuable energy jolt; it’s also good for you. But how do the benefits of coffee relate to your relationships? What is it about coffee that keeps both your work life and your personal life on track?

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Nitro Coffee Hacks

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Nitro Coffee Hacks Coffee infused with nitrogen bubbles—better known as nitro coffee—is rewriting the book on what can be done with a cup of coffee. Invented in 2013 by Nate Armbrust, a food scientist from Portland, OR, nitro borrows from the beer brewing process by adding tiny nitrogen bubbles to the brew. The bubbles give nitro a similar effect as cream and sugar normally do, with a smoother mouthfeel (much like Guinness)— Men’s Journal has called it a “textural wonderland.” It was only a matter of time before some enterprising chefs began riffing on the new beverage and incorporating it into their recipes.

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