Coffee drinking is a new love for me, well since moving to the US... I would regularly dream of having a fancy coffee machine but not anymore. Recently I met a beautiful family from El Salvador (the millions of hours spent at soccer fields has finally paid off) and was invited round to their house for not wine, but coffee. Real coffee. Straight from the family's coffee plantation in El Salvadore (Finca El Zapote, which is in the Santiago de Maria region).
So, I arrived at the house expecting to come away with great-coffee-machine-envy. But...first; on the stove went the pot of water then out came the strainer. "Okay, I'm confused, where is the flash coffee machine??"
Pointing to a simple coffee plunger, they laughed at me and said 'That is it!' No... all this wasted 'green eyed monster' time I'd spent, only to discover that I'd been using the right equipment all along...just possibly the wrong coffee!
PS...All you Dunk'n Donuts fans - according to my El Salvadorian experts, this coffee is the best 'fast food' coffee to drink, not the other one (which will remain nameless!). xo
According to Martha Stewart, NEVER store soft and crunchy cookies in the same container- this will cause your crunchy cookies to soften. But you can restore the crunch...
To create the ultimate soft cookie...
For the ultimate Crunch