I’m a big fan of coffee-flavoured anything: ice-cream, cake, actual coffee – just give it to me. But when it comes to ordering a slice of coffee cake, nine times out of 10 I find it to be dry and cardboard-like. So I set about testing a few versions, and found that the oil-based versions were best. Honey & Co in London sells one of the best I’ve had: it’s a Turkish coffee cake with cardamom and walnut, so I’ve taken my memory of that cake to form the base flavours for this one.
Dunkin’ is always thinking of other people, and today is no exception. In honor of today’s ‘National Nurse’s Day’ Dunkin’ is offering up free coffees to anyone who works in healthcare.
Dunkin’ wants to hook nurses and healthcare workers up with free coffees today in honor of our frontline workers helping to keep America running. All you have to do is just show your healthcare ID.
You can score a free medium hot or iced coffee all day long at participating Dunkin’ locations all around Maine. Don’t forget to try the new Dunkin’ Midnight or the new Sunrise Batch.
(RNS) — The return to in-person worship after more than a year of pandemic restrictions means the comeback of one of the most popular parts of church services: the coffee hour.
A survey from Barna Research found churchgoers missed having the chance to socialize with each other — either before or after services — almost as much as they missed taking Communion in person.
And what is a coffee hour without a tasty coffee cake to go with the java?
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Here is a favorite coffee hour recipe from First Covenant
Add these two scrumptious coffee recipes from a kitchen in the 1930s to your baking repertoire this spring.
Coffee has always been a hit in baking recipes, especially these from Aunt Kate’s 1933 Baking Book.
Last September we featured three recipes including a coffee loaf, nut squares and a cream roll from Aunt Kate which use coffee in them as an ingredient.
If you enjoyed those, then the coffee fruit cake and the mocha custard sandwich recipes below are likely to take your fancy as well.
For more recipes from Aunt Kate, take a look at the series so far
Nardos Street knows her coffee.
Her Akron-based business Bereka Coffee has been around since 2016.
She’s been roasting and selling coffee and keeping the tradition of the Coffee Ceremony alive that she learned as a young girl while being raised in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Aside from honing her coffee skills and growing a business, Street also has been exploring and reconnecting with Ethiopian dishes.
She’s been entertaining friends and family for years by serving coffee (of course) and working to perfect these traditional recipes from her childhood.
“I grew up helping my mom preparing meals for our family,” she said.
MARTINSBURG — Perched along Ropp Drive, a cute farmhouse-style trailer sits with the welcoming smell of freshly brewed coffee and the warm smiles of the Kimbrell family, the warm day and bright sun making for a view reminiscent of a postcard.
That trailer, A.M. Brews, ties together the family’s passion for craft coffee and brewing in one of Berkeley County’s newest businesses, the family-owned operation about to hit the two-month mark.
“We all like coffee, and we thought, ‘We think our community needs some more craft coffee in the area. Let’s do it,’” Paris Kimbrell said. “We all like to