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From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Some simple tricks for spicing up your daily coffee routine.
Transform your favorite refreshing treat with these sweet hacks.
Espresso-flavored custard from a Dallas reader came out on top in our coffee-themed recipe contest.
Americans consume 400 million cups of coffee per day. In Italy, people down 14 billion espressos every year. But the coffee-guzzling king is Finland, where residents drink more coffee than anywhere else in the world. Clearly, coffee is one of our favorite beverages, but is it good or bad?
Sipping on a tall cup of iced coffee may be refreshing in the summer heat, but load it up with creamy and sugary add-ins and your drink can rack up the fat and calories. Here’s the skinny on creating a lighter iced coffee and more on one hot trend for making a cup of Joe: cold brewing.
Make flavored iced coffee that tastes just like it's from a fancy coffee shop, for a fraction of the cost, and much less fat and calories.
A drought in Brazil has affected the robusta coffee bean supply and driven up instant coffee prices.
If caffeine gives you the jitters you may opt for coffee that’s “de-buzzed.” But is this a healthy choice?
When the midday slump hits, try reaching for some chocolate instead of a cup of joe. Your brain may thank you.