Coffee is the greatest drink in the world for business men. I drink it in the morning, of course, and again at four o'clock. Great idea! I do more work now from four to five than I used to do all afternoon.
Six Rules for Making Better Coffee: Keep your Coffee fresh Measure carefully Use grounds only once Boil the water Serve at once Scour the Coffee-pot
A French Coffee Recipe. Happy Monday! From Mrs. Beeton's recipe collection c. 1861. More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks Apple Custard ~1881 Pie or Cobbler? ~1910 Lighthouse Kitchen ~1855
Yuban Coffee Advertisement. Coffee Monday. Happy Monday! More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks L’Eau de la Vie Recipe 1837 Coffee Monday: Washington’s Coffee British Wine Maker and Domestic Brewer Review ~1835
A Very Simple Method of Making Coffee. Coffee Preparation in the 1860s All I have to say is: Thank goodness for paper filters! Which leads us to some very interesting trivia. The paper coffee filter was invented by a woman, Melitta Bentz, in 1908. No surprise that a woman would have invented the paper filter.... Continue Reading →
Yuban Christmas Coffee Advertisement. Coffee Monday. Happy Monday! More Fun Discoveries from Antique Cookbooks A Pickle Recipe for Elzerena 1877 Black Bean Soup 1924 Perfect Lunch Menu
Old Dutch Coffee Advertisement. Happy Monday! Is it turkey time yet?!?! More Fun Discoveries L’Eau de la Vie Recipe 1837 Coffee Monday: Washington’s Coffee British Wine Maker and Domestic Brewer Review ~1835
WWI Yuban Coffee Advertisement. To all who celebrate Armistice Day or Veterans Day. "There is no shortage of coffee. You may drink as much as you are accustomed to - You will not deprive the soldiers or the women and children abroad of their share." Great find! Happy Monday! More Fun Discoveries American Domestic Cookery... Continue Reading →