Have Roaster, Will Travel

It would probably surprise no one that, while I have furniture in complete disarray in every nook and cranny of my new home and boxes piled to the ceiling most everywhere you might look, I have managed nonetheless to set up my roasting bench, coffee roaster and...

Callin’ All Noo Yawkuz

Found on The Food Section… It’s your last chance to catch the Chocolate, Coffee, Tea special exhibition at the Met. The exhibit runs through Sunday, July...

Calling all cMembers

Fortune needs your input for the SCAA 2005 Conference cMember agenda. She’s posted the proposed track on her little corner of the Web… why don’t you swing by and add your...

Coffee History Series: Penny Universities

Coffee made its introduction to Europe in the early 17th century as medicine for what ails you… whether your ailment include headaches, consumption, dropsy, gout, scurvy or any number of sundry and unmentionable maladies. First offered by apothecaries in Venice...

The Saga Continues…

Our furniture was supposed to arrive last Friday, July 2nd. We’d have a lovely, long holiday weekend to figure out what goes where. Get settled. Nest. And then it was supposed to arrive today. Latest report from the movers… “Definitely the truck will...

Coffee History Series: Baba Budan’s Beans

While coffee originated in Arabian lands, the legend of its powers of sobriety and mental clarity quickly spread far beyond Arabian borders. The Christian world grew increasingly alarmed about the legendary qualities of coffee, which was even then being sold by...

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