The other day my wife and I enjoyed homemade lattes and these scones a friend makes for her business. The scones are amazing and the “mock Devonshire” cream and jam make them go down famously. The coffee was made with our espresso machine. I am not an expert at frothing […]
It is indeed all about the foam. You gotta love a good cappuccino. I like to make my own–like this one pictured here from this morning. If I am at Starbucks, the best to order is the short. And… make it on the dry side. Any of you out there […]
You can make a good cup of coffee many ways. If you already own an inexpensive drip that has been your old faithful standby, try putting a metal filter in it. Even Target and Walmart stock these. You will be able to savor the oils from the beans and make […]
The best cup of coffee you can find is one you can make. All you need is a burr grinder and a French press with some hot water. Use bold or dark roasted beans for rich flavor. But, any roast of your choice will work. Trust me on this one. […]
Starbucks made a new drink and I love it! The doubleshot on ice is great. Well, I am a coffee pushover and as the days get warmer an iced drink is the order. This drink is only 90 calories and contains and energy boost thing that is keeping me going […]
It’s A Grind in Murrieta. Near 100 outside. Loving life with the iced coffees.
Coffee art is cool. This is from this morning at Cafe´Bravo in Temecula, CA.
Coffee is art. The foam on a cappuccino has to look and feel right. The aroma of the espresso beans as they are ground and pressed through with water just the right temperature delight. The first sip and combination of foam and coffee and milk awaken. I love coffee. But, […]
My family is hanging out with me at one of my fave coffee shops of all time, Yaks. I just ate an enormously delicious cinnamon roll and have big coffee mug in hand. I will be meeting with my good friend Erich, working on my wedding remarks for Zach and […]
My son, Ethan, loves coffee–especially a Starbuck’s cafe mocha. He knows how to make Monday’s work!
Today at Sunridge Greg Sidders began a new series "The New You: Romans 6-8." Check out the sermon online here. Our freedom in Christ and from habits was discussed. Good stuff. In the second service we performed a moving baptism with testimony of a woman who survived two bouts of […]
Our new routine in our new town is different this fall. I still make the espresso drinks, but now one of them is “for here” and one “to go”. It used to be that with my wife as a school administrator, we carpooled and the “to go” cups were stockpiled […]