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?
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?
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.
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.